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Tokyo DisneySea Expansion "Fantasy Springs" Opens in June 2024

Panoramic View of Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney
Panoramic View of Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney 


Oriental Land Co., Ltd. announced new details of attractions, facilities, merchandise, and food and beverage items in Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed port at Tokyo DisneySea Park set to open on June 6, 2024. Representing the most significant expansion ever at Tokyo Disney Resort, the new land promises to immerse guests in the enchanting realms of Frozen, Tangled, and Peter Pan.


Magical springs within Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney
Magical springs within Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney 


Themed to magical springs that lead to a world of Disney fantasy, Fantasy Springs consists of three areas inspired by Walt Disney Animation Studios films: the Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forestand Peter Pan’s Never Land, as well as the latest Disney-themed hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel.

Fantasy Springs is nestled between Lost River Delta and Arabian CoastatTokyo DisneySea. At the Fantasy Springs entryway guests will be welcomed by an archway adorned with magical springs representing Disney Animation characters such as Peter Pan, Anna, Elsa, and Rapunzel. The themed port also features motifs of a variety of other beloved characters, inviting guests into this world of Disney fantasy.

An abundance of offerings that evoke the world of the films, including attractions, restaurants, a merchandise shop, and the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, will allow guests to enjoy a wide variety of experiences. Guests can feel as if they have stepped right into a beloved Disney Animation film, delight in seeing some of their favorite Disney friends, and be enveloped by well-known music, making their time at Tokyo DisneySea all more immersive and enjoyable.

With the grand opening of Fantasy Springs just around the corner, guests from around the world can look forward to new adventures at Tokyo DisneySea.





Accessing Fantasy Springs

To enter Fantasy Springs, guests must have a valid Tokyo DisneySea park ticket and a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access to enter the area at a specified time.

To experience the four attractions within Fantasy Springs, guests must obtain a Standby Bypass (free) or Disney Premier Access (paid) via the official Tokyo Disney Resort App.

Standbypass Tokyo DisneySea

Standby Pass can be obtained from the Tokyo Disney Resort app after entering the park, allowing guests to choose a time to visit the attraction.

Disney Premier Access will be offered for Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, and Peter Pan’s Neverland Adventure. Access to Fairy Tinkerbell’s Busy Buggy is only available by Stand Bypass.


Frozen Kingdom

Panoramic view of Frozen Kingdom at nighttime | Image: ©Disney
Panoramic view of Frozen Kingdom at nighttime | Image: ©Disney 

Frozen Kingdom brings to life the world from the Disney Animation film Frozen. In the blissful world that unfolded after the film’s finale, guests are invited to visit the kingdom of Arendelle, enveloped in a warm and celebratory atmosphere. This is where Elsa, who had hidden her magical ability to create ice and snow, finally embraced her power as an integral part of herself and gained the freedom to wield magic effortlessly with the power of “true love.”In Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, guests board a boat and enjoy the heartwarming tale of Anna and Elsa, accompanied by the original film’s well-known songs.

Additionally, guests can dine at the Royal Banquet of Arendellerestaurant, or stop by Oaken’s OK Foods, the small, cheerful eatery run by Oaken. The buildings feature rosemaling (decorative Norwegian folk art) embellishments and ice-inspired geometric designs, immersing guests in the world of Frozen.


ATTRACTION: Anna and Elsa's Frozen Journey
In Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey Attraction, guests set out on a voyage by boat that leads them through the events of Frozen. Through this voyage, guests will enjoy an adventurous and heartwarming tale of two sisters with themes of true love. Grand Pabbie, the leader of the trolls, first draws guests into the world of the film as he tells the tale of Anna and Elsa to two young trolls, bringing the sisters' childhood memories back to life with an iridescent light through his magic.

Guests then embark on a journey through the sisters’ memories, accompanied by well-known songs from the film, including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”,  “For the First Time in Forever”,  and “Love Is an Open Door,” the duet sung by Anna and Hans at the top of the clock tower. Guests will also be able to enjoy the fan-favorite “Let It Go,” sung by Elsa as she climbs North Mountain, where she creates an ice palace with her powers. The climax of the attraction depicts Anna turning to ice in an attempt to save Elsa from Hans. In Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, guests can look forward to seeing how the events of the story play out, whiledelightinginatale of adventure and true love.

Duration is 6.5 minutes with a 16-guest boat capacity.


RESTAURANTS: Royal Banquet of Arendelle
Royal Banquet of Arendelleis a counter-service restaurant in Arendelle Castle, seating approximately 570 guests.

The interior of Royal Banquet of Arendelle
The interior of the Royal Banquet of Arendelle | Image: ©Disney



Arendelle's Royal Set, and Oaken's Yoo-Hoo Bread
Arendelle's Royal Set, and Oaken's Yoo-Hoo Bread | Image: ©Disney

Anna and Elsa opened the gates to their castle and invited people from near and far to enjoy a celebratory banquet inside the castle, which has been transformed into a dining area. Inside the restaurant, guests will find books and artwork of beloved Frozen characters. They will also be able to gaze upon numerous paintings from the scene in the film where “For the First Time in Forever” is sung. In the great hall, guests can dine in the place of Elsa’s coronation and feel immersed in the world of Frozen. 

Guests who visit this restaurant will be able to join the celebratory banquet and enjoy an offering called“Arendelle’s Royal Set.”This meal is served to guests in a basket and includes a variety of mouthwatering dishes from appetizers to desserts.

This restaurant will accept orders using Disney Mobile Order.


Oaken’s OK Foods
Oaken’s OKFoods, run by Oaken, the owner of the cabin and sauna that appears in the film, has opened its doors to hungry visitors. Here, guests can munch on“Oaken's Yoo-Hoo Bread (Cardamom& Meat),” a variation on the cardamom rolls, a Scandinavian specialty. This fluffy, cardamom bread is filled with Scandinavian-style spiced meat and accented with lingonberry jam, making it the perfect snack to eat on the go.






Rapunzel's Forest

Panoramic view of Rapunzel's Forest during daytime
Panoramic view of Rapunzel's Forest during daytime | Image: ©Disney

In Rapunzel’s Forest, guests will be transported into the world of the Disney Animation film, Tangled, where the long-haired princess Rapunzel has lived since she was a child. Guests can enjoy Rapunzel's Lantern Festival, the first attraction in the Disney park around the world to bring the story of Rapunzel to life and embark on a romantic journey aboard a boat. Along the way, guests will encounter Rapunzel and the legendary thief, Flynn Rider, and see their love blossom at the Lantern Festival. Guests can also stop by for a meal at The Snuggly Duckling Restaurant, which is inspired by the tavern frequented by the ruffians in the film.


ATTRACTIONS: Rapunzel's Lantern Festival
With a duration of 5 minutes, guests can enjoy a romantic gondola tour that leads to the annual Lantern Festival, where they follow Rapunzel as she experiences her “best day ever” and meets Flynn Rider for the first time.

The interior of Rapunzel's Lantern Festival
The interior of Rapunzel's Lantern Festival | Image: ©Disney


Guests will make their way towards the tower where Rapunzel lives and will find her gazing out of her lofty tower window, singing “When Will My Life Begin,” as Flynn Rider watches on. Rapunzel escapes from the tower and with Flynn Rider at her side, the two develop a strong bond as they visit various locations featured in the film. Rapunzel and Flynn Rider go on to sing “I See the Light,” and guests are enveloped by the glow of countless lanterns filling the night sky.


RESTAURANT: The Snuggly Duckling
The Snuggly Duckling, a counter-service restaurant with seating for approximately 620 guests, is where Rapunzel befriends the local rough-and-tumble crowd in the film.

Duckling's Dream Cheeseburger, and Sweet Ever After Dessert (Lemon and Strawberry)
Duckling's Dream Cheeseburger, and Sweet Ever After Dessert (Lemon and Strawberry) | Image: ©Disney

The restaurant is hidden behind the foliage of a massive tree that is partially growing into the building, and the iconic Snuggly Duckling sign by the entrance welcomes guests inside. The interior of the restaurant brings to life the world of the film its rooms, recreating places from the film such as the tavern and stable. Guests can delight in gazing upon the d├ęcor, which depicts the happily-ever-after stories of the tavern’s lovable ruffians.

Guests will also be able to chow down on the “Duckling’s Dream Cheeseburger,” which includes a juicy patty and sausage sandwiched between a yellow duck-colored bun. For those with a sweet tooth, the restaurant will offer the “Sweet Ever AfterDessert (Lemon and Strawberry),” which is inspired by Rapunzel’s memorable line from the film, “And we’re living happily ever after.”This dessert is served in a container shaped like a frying pan, which Rapunzel uses to protect herself in the film.





Peter Pan's Never Land

Panoramic view of Peter Pan's Never Land during nighttime | Image: ©Disney
Panoramic view of Peter Pan's Never Land during nighttime | Image: ©Disney


In the attraction Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, guests join Lost Kids, a group of fun-loving and adventurous children, and take part in an epic adventure through Never Land with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Guests can also stop by for a meal at Lookout Cookout, a restaurant created by the Lost Kids. At Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggiesin Pixie Hollow, the Fairy Valley, guests can experience riding in a buggy made by Tinkerbell.


ATTRACTION: Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure
In this attraction, guests join Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, and the Lost Kids on an epic adventure through NeverLand to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates. When Peter Pan informs guests that John has been kidnapped by Captain Hook and his pirate crew, they board a boat and set off on an adventure. Tinker Bell then sprinkles fairy dust on the boat, allowing guests to soar into the sky. During their journey, guests encounter Wendy, Michael, the mermaids, Tiger Lily, and other beloved characters from the film.

With the ride's about 6 minutes, guests will discover Captain Hook’s moored ship, the Jolly Roger, and look on as a battle with the pirates ensues.


Fairy Tinker Bell's Busy Buggies
Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies is an attraction located in Pixie Hollow, the fairy valley in Never Land where Tinker Bell lives. In this attraction, guests board a Busy Buggy, a vehicle made by Tinker Bell, and explore the fairy valley and its changing seasons.

Panoramic view of Fairy Tinker Bell's Busy Buggies | Image: ©Disney
Panoramic view of Fairy Tinker Bell's Busy Buggies | Image: ©Disney


Upon entering the attraction, everything –from flowers and mushrooms to painting utensils and pieces of nibbled cheese –will appear bigger in size, leading guests to realize that they have shrunk down to the size of a fairy and entered their world. The attraction’s boarding area is a delivery service location where guests board a Busy Buggy and help Tinker Bell deliver items throughout the Fairy Valley.

Guests can experience the changing seasons of Pixie Hollow as the Busy Buggies move in unpredictable directions throughout the fairy valley.


RESTAURANTS: Lookout Cookout
Lookout Cookoutisa hideout created by the Lost Kids also serves as a counter service restaurant with approximately 200 seats.

Lost Kids' Snack Box | Image: ©Disney
Lost Kids' Snack Box | Image: ©Disney


This restaurant brims with playfulness and was made from parts of a shipwreck that had washed ashore in Never Land. Inside, guests will find items that the Lost Kids use daily, such as pajamas and hammocks, giving a glimpse into the lifestyle of the Lost Kids.

On the menu are items inspired by the Lost Kids and their self-made hideout, such as Lost Kids’ Snack Box that includes chicken tenders, seaweed fritters, banana chips and shrimp chips, and a “Pixie Dust Soda (Kiwi)” that comes with a star-shaped topping that dissolves into the drink, creating a silver sparkling effect inspired by Tinker Bell’s magical pixie dust.


Popcorn Wagon
At the popcorn wagon, which resembles a boat pieced together from colorful slabs of old wood, guests will be able to enjoy roast beef flavored popcorn, available for the first time at Tokyo Disney Resort. Guests can delight in this robust flavor seasoned with salt and black pepper and the aromas of roasted meat and gravy.





Shops and Merchs at Fantasy Springs

Merchandise available at Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney
Merchandise available at Fantasy Springs | Image: ©Disney


Fantasy Springs Gifts is a shop located on the first floor of Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel. This shop can be accessed only from Tokyo DisneySea.

Guests can experience the alluring fairy tales of the magical springs while shopping for their favorite items at Fantasy Springs Gifts, which features an interior with designs inspired by the springs and their surrounding nature and wildlife.

Springs Treasures is a wagon-style kiosk located along the pathway leading from Arabian Coast to Fantasy Springs. This wagon offers a variety of Disney merchandise.

Merchandise themed to the world of Fantasy Springs, the attractions of Fantasy Springs, and Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel will be available—allowing guests to enjoy the world of Fantasy Springs any time both at home and at the Parks. Also going on sale is the “Disney Monthly Dreams” Fantasy Springs Art Collection, which will send one package a month for three months that includes panels with Fantasy Springs concept artwork, and other grand opening merchandise(“Disney Monthly Dreams” can only be shipped to addresses within Japan).





Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney
Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney


Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel is a Park-integrated Disney hotel situated near the magical springs in Fantasy Springs. Guests can be immersed in the world of Fantasy Springs during their stay at this hotel, which offers interiors inspired by Disney princesses, flora, and fauna with motifs of the themed port, and more. Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel comprises two buildings: Fantasy Chateau, a deluxe type, and Grand Chateau, a luxury type which will offer the finest accommodation experience at Tokyo Disney Resort.


Fantasy Chateau (Deluxe Type) 
Guests can have a relaxing time soaking up the enchanting ambiance, surrounded by motifs inspired by the nature and wildlife of Fantasy Springs. Fantasy Chateau comprises 419 guest rooms.

Fantasy Chateau guestroom at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney
Fantasy Chateau guestroom at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney


Grand Chateau guestroom at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney
Grand Chateau guestroom at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel | Image: ©Disney


Grand Chateau (Luxury Type)
With an elegant and grandiose ambiance, the guest rooms of Grand Chateau offer the finest accommodation experience at Tokyo Disney Resort. All 56 Grand Chateau guest rooms have a terrace with a view of the park.


Fantasy Springs Restaurant
With a total of approximately 270 seats, offers buffet-style breakfast, lunch, and dinner, on the first floor of Fantasy Chateau. The interior of the restaurant is themed to Disney Animation films such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Tangled, and Sleeping Beauty with paintings of bluebirds and various forest animals celebrating nature in these films.

Grand Paradis Lounge | Image: ©Disney
Grand Paradis Lounge | Image: ©Disney


La Libellule | Image: ©Disney
La Libellule | Image: ©Disney


Grand Paradis Lounge
Grand Paradis Lounge, with a total of approximately 70 seats, is located on the second floor of the grand lobby, between Fantasy Chateau and Grand Chateau. With a panoramic window on the Fantasy Springs side, guests can enjoy dining in an elegant ambiance.


La Libellule
A French dining table service restaurant with a total of approximately 80 seats that is exclusively available to guests staying at Grand Chateau. Located on the third floor of Grand Chateau, this elegant restaurant is characterized by its crystal chandelier and offers the finest dining experience. For breakfast, guests will be able to select and order a hot main dish, while other dishes will be served buffet style. For dinner, guests can enjoy authentic French cuisine with table service. Additionally, private rooms with Disney character greetings will also be available. 





1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs Magic

1-Day Passport Fantasy Springs Magic | Image: ©Disney
1-Day Passport Fantasy Springs Magic | Image: ©Disney


Fantasy Springs Hotel guests can buy a 1-Day Passort: Fantasy Springs Magic that allows you to enter Fantasy Springs anytime without needing a Standby Pass or purchasing the Disney Premier Access.

Here’s what this special 1-Day Ticket includes:

        * Ride the attractions in Fantasy Springs using the Disney Premier Access lines (except for Tinkerbell, which doesn’t have Disney Premier Access).
        * Entrance into the rest of Tokyo DisneySea is included.
        * Enter Fantasy Springs anytime without needing a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access.


1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs Magic Price                         for Guests with Disabilities
Adult (Ages 18+)                                         22,900 ~ 25,900 yen 21,500 ~ 23,700 yen
Junior (Ages 12-17)                                 21,600 ~ 24,000 yen 20,300 ~ 22,200 yen
Child (Ages 4-11)                                         19,700 ~ 20,600 yen 18,800 ~ 19,400 yen


Information from the Tokyo Disney Resort website. This ticket is only available to those staying at the Fantasy Springs Hotel or with an eligible Vacation Package.




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