The future of themeparks

When I went to Disneyland for the Freshers Festival, I thought that it was designed to discourage anyone but young people with physical strength from coming.
There are gentle ups and downs throughout, making it feel like hiking in the wild.
You’ll sweat, it’ll be a good workout, you’ll feel pleasantly tired, and you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment that you’ve reached your goal.
Shops, rest areas, vending machines, signs, etc. are not conspicuous.
Or rather, it’s probably hidden.
Young people search online before entering the venue.
Old people can’t do such troublesome things.
I would like to have an AI self-driving pumpkin carriage or an electric wheelchair.
I would like you to automatically reserve the most vacant attraction and select a course.
I feel sorry for the parents pushing baby carriages around the venue.
Since they are going to be a fairy in a dreamland, I can understand why they doesn’t want to show them eating, resting, defecating, and other living things.
But the first generation of Disney has also become seniors.
I don’t want you to tell me to leave or not to come.
Many hotels in the area can also be used as senior residences.
I would also like to see a senior rate.
Going to Disneyland makes you feel younger.
Magic mirror, mirror. Who is the youngest and most beautiful person in the world?
Of course, it’s not me.
The next stop after Disney Sea is Disney Old.

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Body temperature 36.1
Magic Mirror
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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