Jungle Carnival is a section of skill games featured in the Adventureland area at Tokyo Disneyland. Themed after the 1967 Disney animated film, The Jungle Book, it is presented in the style of carnival games where guests can test their skills in playing games to get an opportunity into winning prizes or pins given out by cast members.
According to a press release by The Oriental Land Company on May 28, 2015, it was announced that three stores at Adventureland, Pacific Export, Safari Trading Company, and Tiki-Tropic Shop would permanently close on June 21, 2015 to make way for Jungle Carnival in order to make way for them, leading the facility to under go a major refurbishment to make way for carnival games in the Adventureland section at Tokyo Disneyland. Six months later, the stores were completely refurbished into one facility area called "Jungle Carnival" where guests have the opportunity to win prizes or pins given out by cast members.
Log Toss: A game where players must use a switch to throw logs onto goals to win prizes. To do so, the player must place a log onto the platform and then push the lever to fling the log into one of the goals for the player to win a prize.
Ball Roll: A game where players must roll a ball into the end of the board to win prizes. Players must place a ball onto the board for it to roll on it and then control the board in order navigate very carefully by controlling the board in order for it to reach the goal located at the end of the board which is represented by the jungle's bushes. The player must also avoid letting the ball fall into the hole seen at the end of the board, as doing so will not count as winning a prize.