What is a Hidden Mickey?
A Hidden Mickey is an image of Mickey Mouse concealed in the design of a Disney attraction or resort. Traditionally, it takes the shape of Mickey’s head and ears in silhouette (one large circle with two smaller circles on top), but Hidden Mickeys can also take on many forms.
The most common Hidden Mickey is three circles that form Mickey’s head and ears. Other images include a side profile of Mickey’s face as found in a train station mural at DisneySea, a full Mickey Mouse silhouette as seen on the “it’s a small world” attraction, or even a full body Mickey hidden on a weathervane at the entrance to the park. Sometimes, just Mickey’s gloves, handprints, shoes or ears appear. Even his name or initials in unusual places are discovered as Hidden Mickeys.
Disney Imagineers have been cleverly concealing Hidden Mickeys throughout Walt Disney attractions for decades. Can you find them all? Or maybe be the first to discover a new Hidden Mickey!
Bonus – We have found other hidden Disney characters at Disneyland Tokyo! Find Minnie Mouse hidden in a painting on the Tower of Terror. And more!
Now you can find Hidden Mickeys at Disneyland Tokyo. Guide your way through each park using our Hidden Mickey finder. Carefully detailed descriptions will help you discover each location where Disney cast members have placed Hidden Mickeys.
Enhance your vacation experience by finding some of the hidden Magic at Disneyland and DisneySeaTokyo!