Tokyo Disneyland Fantasyland Construction Update Fall 2017


Construction on the expansion of Fantasyland continues this fall with the now-closed StarJets (October 10, 2017). Read all about what the expansion for both Fantasyland and Tomorrowland entails. I’ll give updated photos of the construction throughout the fall.

Feel free to use these photos as long as you give credit to TDR Explorer. Keep track of the progress by checking out photos from earlier this year in February and March.

Fantasyland from the Monorail

If you take the monorail you’ll see the construction is coming along nicely. This is where the majority of the expansion area is.

Toontown

Toontown is also affected with all the walls around (the sign was removed earlier this year and is now on the construction walls). This area is changing at a rapid pace which means the photos below are dated already. I’ll take more photos next week. The area between Tomorrowland and Toontown is now a big open space but by the looks of how fast it’s changing this won’t last for long.

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  1. Kieran

    Hi when is the construction likely to last until? I’m planning a trip with my wife in June of 2018 and I’m curious as what to expect :p Thanks.

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