I remember a time when I visited Tokyo Disney from Singapore. I arrived at Narita, took the bus to Tokyo Disney Resort and was supposed to check into the Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel. As soon as the bus arrived at Tokyo Disney Resort, I had a very strong urge to enter Tokyo Disneyland. Here I was with my luggage, having to make a decision between checking into the Palm and Fountain Terrace Hotel or entering Tokyo Disneyland with my bulky luggage. Tokyo Disneyland's magic was too strong for me, so I was magnetically pulled to the park entrance.
At the entrance, the cast member told me that I was not allowed to bring my luggage into the park. Apparently, there's some rule that forbids big baggage from being brought into the parks. That's all cool and all. I'm sure there's a good reason for that rule, but what was I gonna do?! I really really really wanted to enter Tokyo Disneyland. At that point I felt like a child wanting to have the candy that Mummy won't buy him. I felt like Miley Cyrus with too much clothes on. I felt like Steven Tyler in rehab. I was torn. My mind and my heart were at war with each other. The Cast Member could see the sadness and disappointment in my eyes and she pointed me towards this place.
If you ever find yourself in the situation as mentioned above, don't fret, just walk on down to the Giant Storage Lockers. If you have bought too many souvenirs and don't wanna carry them while you are exploring the parks, don't fret, walk on down to the Giant Storage Lockers. Just extract 700 yen from your wallet, place them into the slot and voila, you are ready to get back to enjoying the parks. You will find a lot of this Giant Storage Lockers outside both Disneyland and DisneySea. The ones in Tokyo Disneyland are found near the Bus Terminal outside the park and the ones in Tokyo DisneySea can be found in the Tokyo DisneySea Monorail Station. Ratketeers, you are in the Happiest Place on Earth. Don't let a small thing like big baggage hinder your visit to the parks.