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Tokyo DisneySea: Disney Reveals Details For Fantasy Springs

Disney reveals details of Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea
Disney reveals details of Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea [Image Walt Disney Imagineering on YouTube[
As revealed by Disney, Tokyo DisneySea will open the all-new Fantasy Springs later this year. Meanwhile, the eighth port at Tokyo DisneySea is scheduled to open on June 6, 2024, and will be located between Arabian Coast and Lost River Delta. Moreover, the new attraction will have three areas inspired by the Walt Disney Animation Studios movies, Frozen, Tangled and Peter Pan. The new Fantasy Springs will also host the new Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel.

Tokyo DisneySea to open Fantasy Springs

Latest details were revealed on the Disney Parks Blog on Tuesday about the new attractions as follows:

Frozen Kingdom

Frozen Kingdom at Tokyo DisneySea
Frozen Kingdom [Image Walt Disney Imagineering on YouTube]

The Frozen Kingdom attraction is inspired by the kingdom of Arendelle, at a time following the movie’s finale and will feature Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey. Here, guests will take a boat to voyage through the most popular Frozen scenes. Following this, they will be taken on a journey through Anna and Elsa’s memories, backed by popular songs from the movie like Let It Go, For the First Time in Forever, Do You Want to Build a Snowman? And Love is an Open Door.

When it comes to dining, options will include Oaken’s OK Foods and the Royal Banquet of Arendelle. Here, guests can dine on Scandinavian specialties or in the place of Elsa’s Coronation.

Rapunzel’s Forest

Rapunzel's Forest at Fantasy Springs
Rapunzel’s Forest [Image Walt Disney Imagineering on YouTube[
In a first for a Disney park, Tangled fans will enjoy a visit to Rapunzel’s Forest, where her story comes to life at Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival.

According to the Disney Parks Blog, “The journey begins at Rapunzel’s tower where she’s seen singing ‘When Will My Life Begin,’ from its window while Flynn Rider watches on. Rapunzel then escapes the tower with Flynn at her side, visiting locations you may recognize from the film.”

The journey will come to an end with their love blossoming at the Lantern Festival complete with ‘I See the Light’ and countless glowing lanterns.

As for dining in Rapunzel’s Forest, the tavern from the hit film, The Snuggly Duckling, will serve dishes like “Duckling’s Dream Cheeseburger,” followed by “Sweet Ever After Dessert.” Sounds good to us!

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Peter Pan's Never Land
Peter Pan’s Never Land [Image Walt Disney Imagineering on YouTube[
Children, parents and grandparents alike love Peter Pan and at Tokyo DisneySea, they can experience two exciting new attractions. These include Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure and Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies in Pixie Hollow.

Here, guests can board a boat sprinkled with fairy dust by Tinker Bell, which soars them up into the sky to visit Wendy, Michael and the mermaids. They will also see Captain Hook’s iconic ship, the Jolly Roger, where guests on Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies will get to be shrunk down to the size of a fairy. In this form, they can then explore the fairy valley and experience its varying seasons.

When the family gets hungry, they can head to Lookout Cookout! in Peter Pan’s Never Land. Moreover, they can dine from a menu that includes the Lost Kids’ Snack Box, with chicken tenders, seaweed fritters, shrimp chips and banana chips, all washed down with a Pixie Dust Soda. Meanwhile, guests at the popcorn wagon can experience a new flavor, Roast Beef Popcorn. Naturally, the family can also enjoy some retail therapy at the park, as can be seen below.

Staying at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

A visit wouldn’t be complete without a stay at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, located right next to the attraction. The accommodations are set to immerse guests with interiors inspired by Disney Princesses, flora and fauna.

During a stay at the hotel, guests can choose from three different dining experiences. These include the Fantasy Springs Restaurant, La Libellule and the Grand Paradis Lounge.

Readers can read more about Fantasy Springs and see more images on the Disney Parks Blog here. Moreover, you can take a sneak peek into Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea in the YouTube video included here:




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