It’s always nice if you could experience different things at different Disneylands, if we really could.
I’ve visited all of the Disneylands, except the Shanghai one. Honestly I’m quite bored and disappointed with the food choices and rides we can choose from at all of the Disneylands. Disney has to maintain the image of the brand by standardizing numbers of things, including the dressed up characters’ size and makeups, rides at all the parks.
At least later I found that food at the Tokyo Disneyland offers you a bit of unique Washoku experience. Restaurant Hokusai is located in the World Bazaar very close to the entrance, so drop by there to make a reservation, either for lunch or dinner, once you enter the park before you start any rides!
Their menu has very limited choices but at least it’s not hotdogs or burgers. We tried almost everything except the Tonkatsu set. I would say everything is average, and of course you could find better ones in Tokyo for sure, but at least you get to choose something local!
I believe their menu changes every now and then, prices range from 1,210 to 2,500 yen. Kids meal was 1,210 yen and the tempura set was 1,830, sashimi on rice was 1,980. I think price was fair inside the park and when you order a set you only have to add a little bit more (sorry I honestly forgot >.<) for a dessert. We all chose the クリームあんみつ Anmitsu and that was actually the best out of everything we ordered!
Check here for menu in Japanese.