The new expansion at Tokyo DisneySea is officially named “Fantasy Springs,” which opens in 2022. The largest expansion ever (announced in 2018) for Tokyo DisneySea transports guests to the worlds of Frozen, Tangled, and Peter Pan’s Neverland.
The project will cost ¥250 billion ($2.5 billion USD) and include four attractions, restaurants, shops, and a luxury hotel overlooking Tokyo DisneySea — which is said to be the most luxurious accommodations at Tokyo Disney Resort. Guests enter Fantasy Springs via magical springs which reference classic Disney fantasy characters.
Table of Contents
- Fantasy Springs
- Construction Updates
Tokyo DisneySea Expansion (Fantasy Springs) Overview
Fantasy Springs is set to open during the fiscal year 2022 and going between Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea (see the diagram below). This area is where the rumoured Tokyo DisneySky was going to go (this rumour has been put to rest). Here’s a quick rundown of what’s going in Fantasy Springs:
- Four attractions
- Three restaurants
- One shop
- One deluxe hotel
Ariel View of Construction Site
As with any project, there is no official opening date yet except fiscal 2022. OLC’s fiscal year runs April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023. This means it can open as late as 2023.
This new port consists of three areas inspired by Frozen, Tangled and Peter Pan. These areas include Arendelle, the forest and tower from Rapunzel, and Neverland. This new port also includes a store and is connected to the rest of Tokyo DisneySea through a pathway between Lost River Delta and the Arabian Coast.
Frozen Area (Arendelle)
- Set after the events of the film Frozen
- One boat attraction
- One restaurant set inside Arendelle Castle at the foot of snow-capped mountains
Tangled Area (Forest)
- One attraction (gondolas)
- One restaurant inspired by the hideout of the humourous thugs
Peter Pan Area (Neverland)
- Two attractions
- 1. Guests fly over the jungles of Neverland and battle with Captain Hook
- 2. Guests are immersed in the world of Pixie Hollow
- One restaurant inspired by the Lost Boys
New Deluxe Disney Hotel
The newest Disney Hotel will be inside Tokyo DisneySea. This will be the second hotel inside the park (Hotel MiraCosta is the first). The hotel is above and around the “magical springs that serve as the core of the new themed port’s story.”
- There is a mixture of park-facing rooms and non-park-facing rooms
- 475 deluxe-type & luxury-type guests rooms
- Gift shop
- 2 restaurants and a lounge
The luxurious rooms are said to be the finest accommodations at Tokyo Disney Resort. There’s no official name for the hotel announced yet.
Construction is underway and here we’ll update with the latest construction photos and videos from Tokyo DisneySea during the expansion.
Fantasy Springs Ground Breaking Ceremony
The Fantasy Springs name was announced as the Oriental Land Company, who own and operation Tokyo Disney Resort, and The Walt Disney Company held a groundbreaking ceremony on May 21, 2019. Oriental Land Company President and CEO Kazumi Toshio and Disney CEO Bob Iger both spoke.
Fantasy Springs isn’t the only exciting addition coming to Tokyo Disney Resort; Soaring: Fantastic Flight and Song of Mirage opened officially on July 23, 2019, at Tokyo DisneySea. In spring 2020 the Beauty and the Beast attraction and Fantasy Land expansion open in Tokyo Disneyland. See our 10 Things Coming to Tokyo Disney Resort by 2022 for all the details.
Are you excited for Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea? Let us know which themed area you’re most excited for in the comments! Information and images from the Tokyo Disney Resort media release and website.
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