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Disneyland, Japan style, going up outside Tokyo

White-robed Shinto priests officiated at a groundbreaking ceremony for a $215 million Japanese version of Disneyland. The entertainment park, being built outside Tokyo under a tie-up between Japan's Oriental Land Company and Walt Disney Productions, will cover 202 acres and open in 1983. The park will include a "World Bazaar," "Westernland," "Fantasyland," and "Tomorrowland."

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