Your Guide to Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea

Fantasy Springs will open at Tokyo DisneySea on June 6, 2024. Representing the most significant expansion ever at Tokyo Disney Resort, Fantasy Springs promises to immerse guests in the worlds of Frozen, Tangled, and Peter Pan with four state-of-the-art attractions, exclusive merchandise, themed dining experiences, and a luxurious park-integrated hotel.

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If you plan a trip to Tokyo Disney Resort, check out our 2024 digital guidebook on the Disney Parks in Japan! We also have a podcast on Fantasy Springs, where we discuss the Fantasy Springs Hotel, when to visit, give our first impressions, and summarize everything we know.

Fantasy Springs Overview

Fantasy Springs will open to guests on June 6, 2024! With the project rumoured to cost ¥320 billion (about USD 2.1 billion), the new Tokyo DisneySea port represents the Park’s most significant expansion, clocking in at approximately 140,000 square meters.

Here’s a quick rundown of what Fantasy Springs offers:

Frozen Kingdom1 Attraction
1 Restaurant
1 Small Snack Shop
Rapunzel’s Forest1 Attraction
1 Restaurant
Peter Pan’s Never Land2 Attractions
1 Restaurant
Fantasy Springs Gifts1 Retail Store
Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs HotelNumber of rooms: 475 rooms (Fantasy Chateau: 419 rooms /
Grand Chateau: 56 rooms)
Facilities: restaurant (2 facilities), lobby lounge

How to Get Into Fantasy Springs

Before reading this section, it’s assumed you are familiar with Disney Premier Access, Standby Pass, and how to navigate the Tokyo Disney Resort app. I recommend reading up on them first, so this feels less daunting.

Watch my video explaining how to get into Fantasy Springs

Due to extreme interest, access to Fantasy Springs will be limited for the foreseeable future. You cannot enter Fantasy Springs if you do not meet the criteria below. This may change and depends on the day’s crowds. We expect this system to last for at least the first few months.

  • To enter the area at a specified time, you must have a valid Tokyo DisneySea park ticket and a Standby Pass (free) or Disney Premier Access (paid) for one of the attractions. Once you’re inside Tokyo DisneySea, you can book these via the official Tokyo Disney Resort App.
  • Be a guest at the Fantasy Springs Hotel (see details in the hotel section below).
  • You can also be a guest at any Tokyo Disney Resort hotel and purchase a Disney Vacation Package, which includes guaranteed admission into Fantasy Springs with the 1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs Magic ticket.

After entering the park, you can obtain a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access pass from the Tokyo Disney Resort app, which allows you to choose a time to visit the attraction. You’ll also be assigned a timeframe for when you’ll be able to enter Fantasy Springs. The number of these passes is limited, so I recommend getting to Tokyo DisneySea as early as possible to increase your chances of getting these passes.

Disney Premier Access is a paid service, similar to Individual Lightning Lanes in the State-side parks. The service allows you to specify the experience time and experience the attraction with short waiting times. Disney Premier Access will be offered for three attractions:

  • Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey (2,000 yen per person)
  • Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival (2,000 yen per person)
  • Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure (2,000 yen per person)

Standby Pass is a free service that allows you to line up at participating attractions at a designated time. A Standby Pass is required for:

  • Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey
  • Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival
  • Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure
  • Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies

Note: Once inside Fantasy Springs, you can only experience attractions for which you have either a Disney Premier Access or Standby Pass (unless you have the 1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs Magic).

How early should I get to Tokyo DisneySea?

If you want to get into Fantasy Springs (and you aren’t staying at the Fantasy Springs Hotel, have the 1-Day Fantasy Springs Magic Passport, or using Happy Entry as a Hotel MiraCosta guest), I recommend arriving at least two hours before the official park opens or even earlier if you can manage. If the park opens at 9 a.m., you should be in the security line by 7 a.m. The park usually opens before the official opening (it changes every day), so being there as early as possible ensures you’re ready to go.

Before the day of your visit, check the Tokyo Disney Resort website and their detailed FAQ for the latest updates. We understand this is confusing and stressful. We’ll continuously update this with any new information we learn.

When does Disney Premier Access and Standby Pass sell out?

The Disney Premier Access for the Fantasy Springs attractions sells out rather quickly, usually within 30 minutes of hotel guests entering the Park. The Standby Pass lasts a little longer, so it’s best to arrive as early as you can.

However, not all is lost, as more Disney Premier Access and Standby Passes are released throughout the day. You have to continue checking the app to see if anything shows up. I’ve read among various tweets that it’s every 30 and 60 minutes, but I haven’t been able to confirm this. However, I have been able to get Standby Passes for multiple attractions throughout the day.

How to Access Fantasy Springs Restaurants

For now, all the restaurants in Fantasy Springs are mobile order-only (except for snack stands). You’ll choose a time slot to eat when making your mobile order. Be aware that you must have access to Fantasy Springs to dine at the restaurants. Having a mobile order does not grant you access to Fantasy Springs.

Fantasy Springs Entrance

Entering through a newly created pathway between the Lost River Delta and the Arabian Coast, guests will first encounter enchanting springs and rockwork that pay homage to beloved classic Disney characters before being transported into the magical worlds of Frozen, Tangled, and Peter Pan.

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The Story of Fantasy Springs: Once upon a time, far away, there was a magical spring where spirits lived. The spirits carved into the springs the many stories they encountered while traveling along the water’s currents. Even today, if you follow the stream flowing from the spring, you can visit various worlds of stories.

As the sun sets above Fantasy Springs, the magical springs will be illuminated with a magical lighting package that bathes the rockwork and streams in a breathtaking bioluminescence glow.

Check out our A Sneak Peak At The Entrance of Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea article for more about the magestic entrance passage.

Frozen Kingdom

In the Frozen Kingdom, guests will experience Arendelle following the events of the first two films after the kingdom has been restored to its former glory. Frozen Kingdom will feature towering snowcapped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and Elsa’s Ice Palace glistening in the distance on the North Mountain.

The immersive area features Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, a water-based attraction with next-generation audio-animatronics similar to those in World of Frozen at Hong Kong Disneyland, plus the Royal Banquet of Arendelle, a highly themed counter service restaurant, and Oaken’s OK Foods shop.

Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey

Fantasy Springs’ E-Ticket attraction, Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, will take guests on a boat ride through the two sisters’ epic and touching saga. The attraction will follow the story of the breakout 2013 film and feature the film’s well-known songs including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?,” “For the First Time in Forever,” and “Love Is an Open Door,” and Let It Go.

Much like Frozen Ever After in Hong Kong and Epcot, the attraction starts with Grand Pabbie telling young trolls about the story of Anna and Elsa, however, that’s where the similarities stop! While Frozen Ever After is set after the events of the first film, Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey retells the story of Frozen, starting with an emotional scene of the young royals singing “Do You Want to Build a Snowman.

Throughout the journey, guests will encounter Anna and Elsa singing ‘For The First Time in Forever’, Anna and Han’s iconic ‘Love is An Open Door’ duet, and of course, Ela’s anthem, ‘Let it Go’. The attraction even features the poignant moment of Anna turning to ice, sacrificing herself to protect Elsa from Hans.

Clocking in at just under seven minutes, the stunning attraction truly reimagines what a Disney dark ride can be, featuring expansive sets, breathtaking special effects, a cast of 33 next-generation extremely fluid electric animatronics, and an amazing level of detail that you can only find at Tokyo Disney Resort.

The water flume attraction features spacious 16-seat boats and a ride system similar to Hong Kong. The ride takes place across a number of floors, and features three backward drops, and three forward drops.

To see more (spoiler-filled) photos of this amazing attraction, be sure to check our Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey photo gallery.

Attraction TypeWater Ride
DurationAbout 6.5 minutes
Capacity of Boat16 guests
NoteGuests may purchase Disney Premier Access to experience this attraction.

Royal Banquet of Arendelle

Situated inside Arendelle Castle, guests can enjoy a meal at the Royal Banquet of Arendelle. The 570-seat counter service restaurant features three highly detailed indoor dining areas, including the Great Hall, where Elsa was coronated, and a covered outdoor dining area with views of Arendelle’s fjord cliffs and mountains.

The counter service Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant will offer the Arendelle’s Royal Set, featuring Smoked salmon trout and orange salad, potato gratin, a choice of beef or lobster and red fish pie, bread, Olaf’s marshmallow cocoa mousse, and a choice of soft drink.

Be sure to check out our Fantasy Springs Food & Drink rundown of all the food available in the area.

Oaken’s OK Foods

Frozen Kingdom will also feature a snack shop, ‘Oaken’s OK Foods’, run by Oaken, the owner of the trading post and sauna featured in the film. The counter-service eatery will offer treats for hungry guests while exploring the Kindom of Arendelle, including Cardamom & Meat Oaken’s Yoo-Hoo Bread.

Rapunzel’s Forest

The Rapunzel’s Forest area of Fantasy Springs features familiar locations from the film, with Rapunzel’s Tower and the whimsically crooked roof of The Snuggly Duckling. The area features a stunning five-minute water-based attraction, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, and a counter-service restaurant.

In the evening, the entire forest is illuminated by magical lanterns from the festival lining the pathways, gentle glowing lights in the restaurant, boathouse windows, and Rupunzel’s tower in the distance.

Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival

Rapunzel’s Forest will feature Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, a romantic boat trip to the annual Lantern Festival, and other locations featured in the 2010 film. On the 5-minute water ride, guests will encounter Rapunzel and Flynn Rider, and see their love blossom at the Lantern Festival.

As guests start their journey they will encounter Rapunzel singing “When Will My Life Begin” from the window of her tower as Flynn Rider and Maximus watch on. The pair are brought to life animatronics that are amazingly faithful to the character designs featured in the 2010 computer-animated film.

After we follow Rapunzel and Flynn Rider through the forest, the ride concludes with the couple singing “I See the Light” as guests are enveloped by the magical glow of hundreds of lanterns filling the night sky.

To see more (spoiler-filled) photos of this charming boat ride, check our Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival photo gallery.

Attraction TypeWater Ride
DurationAbout 5 minutes
Capacity of Boat16 guests
NoteGuests may purchase Disney Premier Access to experience this attraction.

The Snuggly Duckling

Rapunzel’s Forest features The Snuggly Duckling, a counter service restaurant inspired by the tavern where the local rough-and-tumble crowd gathers in the feature film. The whimsical restaurant is recreated from the film, complete with a massive leafy tree partially growing into the building itself.

The 620-seat venue features highly atmospheric dining areas replicating the tavern and nearby stable as seen in the hit Disney film. Guests wishing to dine at The Snuggly Duckling can place their orders using Disney Mobile Order on the Tokyo Disney Resort app.

Patrons of the Snuggly Duckling can indulge in the Duckling’s Dream Cheeseburger, featuring a succulent patty and sausage nestled between a vibrant yellow duck-themed bun. For those craving something sweet, the restaurant offers a Sweet Ever After Dessert (Lemon and Strawberry), creatively served in a frying pan reminiscent of Rapunzel’s use for protection in the film.

Be sure to check out our Fantasy Springs Food & Drink rundown of all the food available in the area.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Inside Peter Pan’s Never Land, guests will become members of the Lost Boys, explore a pirate ship, dine in a secret hideaway, and confront pirates. The area recreates familiar locations from the classic 1953 film, Peter Pan, including Pixie Hallow, where Tinker Bell lives. The land will feature two attractions, Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, and Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies, plus a counter-service restaurant.

While exploring Neverland, guests will encounter familiar sights from Peter Pan including Captain Hook’s Jolly Roger pirate ship anchored in the bay. Guests can board the ship and experience life as a pirate on the seven seas. The highly detailed recreation of the ship is an interactive experience for all ages.

Throughout Neverland, guests will also find the Lost Boys’ target practice area, where they have collected debris and driftwood to create dummies of their foes, including Smee, Hook, and Tick Tock the crocodile. The land is also covered in adorable drawings made by the Lost Boys.

In the distance, guests will find the eerie Skull Rock location from the film’s climax. After nightfall, the entire area, including Skull Rock’s eyes, will be illuminated with an adventurous glow.

The memorable volcanoes and mountains of Neverland have also been brought to life, complete with whimsical clouds, lava, and puffing smoke.

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure invites guests to join the Lost Boys, Peter Pan, and Tinker Bell on an epic adventure throughout Neverland to rescue John from Captain Hook and his pirates. During their journey, guests encounter mermaids, pirates, Tiger Lily, and Tick Tock, while exploring The Jolly Roger, Skull Rock, and the Lost Boys hideout.

The 6-minute 3D motion simulator and dark ride attraction will see guests board ride vehicles similar to the Scoop from Universal’s ‘The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man’ attraction and will feature 3D digital imagery seamlessly blended with physical sets. The attraction has with a minimum height requirement of 102 cm and features 3D goggles.

Attraction Type3D motion simulator dark ride
DurationAbout 6 minutes
Ride Vechicle Capacity12 guests
NoteGuests may purchase Disney Premier Access to experience this attraction.
Guests must be 102 cm or over to ride.

Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies

In Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies, guests can help Tinker Bell as she starts her new delivery service in Pixie Hollow while visiting four seasonal locations to deliver various packages and parcels to the fairies.

Upon entering the attraction, everything – from flowers and mushrooms to painting utensils and pieces of nibbled cheese – will appear bigger, shrinking guests to the size of a fairy. Guests will travel through a summer marsh with vibrant flora, an autumn forest with mushrooms and goards, and a snow and ice-covered winter forest, before finishing their journey in a lush spring valley.

The whimsical outdoor two-minute ride is designed for families with smaller children. Guests wishing to ride Fairy Tinkerbell’s Busy Buggy must obtain a Standby Pass via the Tokyo Disney Resort app.

Attraction TypeRide-Type
DurationAbout 2 minutes
Capacity of Boat4 guests
NoteA Standby Pass is required to ride Fairy Tinkerbell’s Busy Buggy

Lookout Cookout

Dine like the Lost Boys at Lookout Cookout, a restaurant created by Lost Kids. The 200-seat counter-service restaurant, which is also a hideout for Lost Kids, uses materials such as wreckage and floating debris from ships that were shipwrecked in Neverland. Lookout Cookout offers Disney Mobile Order.

The highly detailed themed restaurant interior features the insane level of detail that only Walt Disney Imagineering can achieve, with many nods to the classic Peter Pan film, including a map of Neverland, pirate flags, walls covered in drawings, and even the Lost Boy’s clothes hanging on the line to dry!

Guests dining at Lookout Cookout can enjoy Butter Curry Chicken and Lemon Tea Chicken Lost Kids Snack Boxes featuring chicken tenders, popovers, seaweed fritters, banana chips, shrimp chips

If you’re in the mood for something tasty to eat while exploring Neverland, pick up a box of roast beef popcorn at the Popcorn Wagon located next to Fairy Tinkerbell’s Busy Buggy.

Be sure to check out our Fantasy Springs Food & Drink rundown of all the food available in the area.

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Following in the footsteps of Hotel MiraCosta, the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel is a Park-integrated Disney hotel situated within the park. The 475-room luxury hotel will feature two restaurants, a lounge, and a gift shop, Fantasy Springs Gifts.

The Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel features two buildings: the Fantasy Chateau and the Grand Chateau. The Fantasy Chateau offers ‘deluxe-type’ rooms decorated with the flora and fauna of Fantasy Springs, while the Grand Chateau promises the most luxurious accommodations at Tokyo Disney Resort!

The hotel will offer a mixture of park-facing rooms with panoramic views of the new themed port and non-park-facing rooms. The 475-room luxury hotel features 419 deluxe rooms and 56 luxurious and elegant guest rooms, two restaurants, a lounge, and a gift shop, Fantasy Springs Gifts.

For more information and photos of this luxurious hotel, check our main Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel article.

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel Pricing

The two buildings have different price points. These are sample prices, and they vary depending on availability and the time of year. The Grand Chateau offers many more perks than the Fantasy Chateau (see the links below).

Guests staying at the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel have an exclusive entrance with direct access to Fantasy Springs. A special park ticket allows guests to maximize their time in Fantasy Springs (see below).

Dining at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

The Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel will feature a 270-seat buffet restaurant named Fantasy Springs Restaurant, offering buffet-style breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The store’s interior is decorated with paintings depicting blue birds and various forest animals, with motifs from the Disney movies Rapunzel, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty.’

Also, guests can enjoy the Grand Paradis Lounge, between Fantasy Chateau and Grand Chateau, and the French-inspired table service eatery La Libellule. Please note that all restaurants are limited to guests staying at the hotel until further notice.

When do reservations open for Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel?

Reservations for the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel can be made through the official Tokyo Disney Resort website. You must be quick, as reservations are snapped up within minutes. Be sure to check the official Tokyo Disney Resort website for up-to-date information.

  • Hotel reservations open four months from the date you wish to stay, starting at 11:00 AM (Japan Time).
  • Vacation packages for all Disney Hotels are available in month blocks; check the Tokyo Disney Resort website when the next block opens.
  • Reservations close when rooms are full-booked.
  • Be sure to check the official Tokyo Disney Resort website for up-to-date information.

1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs Magic

Get into Fantasy

Fantasy Springs Hotel guests can buy a 1-Day Passort: Fantasy Springs Magic, which allows them 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 all the attractions in Fantasy Springs using the Priority Access lines as many times as you want (including Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies).
  • Your entrance into the rest of Tokyo DisneySea is included.
  • You can enter Fantasy Springs anytime without needing a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access.
1-Day Passport: Fantasy Springs MagicPricefor Guests with Disabilities
Adult (Ages 18+)22,900 ~ 25,900 yen21,500 ~ 23,700 yen
Junior (Ages 12-17)21,600 ~ 24,000 yen20,300 ~ 22,200 yen
Child (Ages 4-11)19,700 ~ 20,600 yen18,800 ~ 19,400 yen
This is 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.

Construction History (Archive)

Construction is underway, and here we’ll update you with the latest construction photos and videos from Tokyo DisneySea during the expansion.

Explorer Thoughts?

Are you excited about Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea? In the comments, let us know which themed area you’re most excited about! Information and images from the Tokyo Disney Resort media release and website.

All images © Disney

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  1. SweetCaroline74

    This is so frikking exciting! Knowing the caliber of TDS, I’m positive these lands will be mind-blowingly fantastic. Is that Cinderella in the fountain (top 2 pics)?

  2. Nrthwnd

    I loved DisneySea before, and I am sure this will only UP my excitement level for what they’re adding, by 2022.

  3. Nrthwnd

    I have to ask a question though, pardon my second post. When a lot of the “Future of DisneySea” was announced a few years ago, I remember the time line going as far as 2025. And for now, all of this construction and new openings in both parks, leads to…2022. So…what the heck is happening in the three years after 2022? For myself, I am still imagining that they ARE going to join both parks together at the back, through some kind of transport system, from Bell’s Village to Fantasy Springs. I imagine it could be like the train that Ocean Park has, or the train in Florida’s Harry Potterverse has …totally enclosed transport vehicles, with windows showing the journey from Belle’s Village to Magic Springs….and back. Only for three/four day Park Hopper Pass holders, too. That’s how it’ll work. A guess. (o:

  4. DisneyandSunshine

    I see Cinderella, her shoe the magic mirror and what I think is sleeping beauty and Prince Charming. Wasn’t able to find tink in the picture.

    It looks so amazing tho and can’t wait to see more as time progresses. I hope we’re able to get there in 2022 or at least 2023. ??

  5. Erin

    Looks amazing! I think I’m most excited for the Tangled theming, as it’s my absolute favourite! I’d better plan another trip in late 2022.

  6. Nrthwnd

    I’m glad our future plans for re-visiting TDLR will be around 2025 and not sooner. With the new opening time period, that will give them a year+ for the initial running of Fantasy Springs, before we get there. (o:

  7. Daniel Alexander

    With all the rockwork/glowing foliage/waterfalls/mountains, Fantasy Springs seems like a cross between Pandora and Fantasyland. I’m most interested in the Peter Pan area and the attractions there. The Tangled section seems odd to me, but I’m sure it will be a big hit.

  8. Lyn

    We have just been given the first dates for the Disney Cruise Line travel in Australia/New Zealand If I can cruise here at home then Disney Japan is certainly the better park for us and with all the new places opening, it should be awesome.

  9. zoe

    Oh my gosh TDR Explorer! First I just want to thank you for all of the overwhelming work you put into all of these articles and your channel! I am SO EXCITED for Pixie Hollow the most! I have always loved fairies and I hope they have interactive characters of all the Pixie Hollow girls!!! Please do a video asap when the park opens! I’m going to Japan the entire month of May 2024 so I hope it’s open when I go!! So happy, ahhh!!

  10. Rikan

    Do you need a stand by pass or premier pass just to enter the Fantasy springs area? So in that case even if I purchase a premier pass for one of the rides there, I still can’t enter the area unless i have bought a pass just to enter the area as well?

  11. Diane Von Feldt

    What are your thoughts on a soft opening for Fanatasy Springs based on what you’ve seen in the past?

  12. Iggy

    I have got a 1-day passport: Fantasy Spring magic pass for October. I have tried to contact the resort with no luck. But I want to know if I can enter Fantasy Spring via the direct entrance at the Fantasy Hotel side, or must I enter from the main entrance of DisneySea and walk 20minutes to Fantasy Spring? Do you have direct communication with the resort? Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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