The construction continues this fall throughout Tokyo Disneyland, from the new Beauty and the Beast attraction to the refurbishment of Cinderella Castle. There’s a lot of scaffolding happening throughout the Park to get ready for the spring opening and the Olympics. In this update, I’ll show you the progress and what to expect during your visit.
The construction continues this winter at Tokyo Disneyland. The castle for the new Beauty and the Beast attraction — Enchanted Tales of Beauty and the Beast — is now almost fully visible and it looks stunning. The scaffolding is still wrapped around Cinderella Castle to get it ready for the Olympics. Let’s take a quick look at the progress.
Fantasyland Expansion (Beauty and the Beast)
The Beast’s Castle is quite visible now and the detail on this is astounding and quite massive. This is the building that’ll house the new attraction “Enchanted Tales of Beauty and the Beast.” This opens officially on April 15, 2020, alongside the rest of the Fantasyland, Toontown, and Tomorrowland expansion. When everything opens, expect heavy crowds at Tokyo Disneyland, you can read my predictions and thoughts here.
Cinderella Castle Refurbishment
Cinderella Castle continues its refurbishment until sometime in April 2020 (read more about it here). The scaffolding continues to cover the Castle as the work progresses. We took photos back in October, so you can see the progress. We’re not sure how long the scaffolding and scrims will stay up, but we’ll keep you updated.
All photos by lovecello_dparks.
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