Although Tokyo Disneyland's Castle is almost a replica of Cinderella's Castle in Walt Disney World, there is one major difference in the area surrounding the Castle, also known as the hub.
In Tokyo, the hub is a much larger area. Their parades tend to loop around the hub, which gives many more vantage points for the parades and also makes general guest traffic flow much easier at their very busy times. There are also two towers placed in the hub, usually used as storage places for Cinderella...or sound-booths for the parades.
At the far end of the hub is the beautiful Cinderella Castle.
And if we turn around, we are faced with the entrance to the hub from World Bazaar (conveniently undercover to deal with Japan's abusive winters and rainy-seasons).