Tokyo DisneySea “Fantasy Springs” Construction Update (May 2020)

We’re still a few years away from the opening of Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea. This expansion is planned to open in fiscal 2023. As we know, anything could happen. The Tokyo Disneyland expansion was supposed to open on April 15, 2020, but that’s been delayed until the Parks reopen in Japan.

Construction of Fantasy Springs is still in its early stages and is quite visible from the Monorail (which is still operating during the closures). Around Bayside Station there is a lot of work being done. Including the new Toy Story Hotel.

Let’s take a look at the construction, shall we?

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Construction

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  1. sjthespian

    Hopefully this is far enough along that it will still happen… I’m expecting quite a few of the construction projects at the various resorts to be scaled back and/or mothballed based on revenue loses due to the closures.

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