Tokyo DisneySea Food and Wine Festival 2024


Taking a page from EPCOT at Walt Disney World, and Disney’s California Adventure, Tokyo DisneySea is gearing up to debut its inaugural Food & Wine Festival, inviting guests to embark on a culinary journey around the globe! The limited-time event will take place from April 1st to June 30th, 2024.

The first edition of the Food & Wine Festival will offer menus from countries around the world based on the eight themed ports at Tokyo DisneySea, as well as a menu inspired by the world of Fantasy Springs, which is scheduled to open to the public on June 6th.

Tokyo DisneySea Food and Wine Festival 2024

The Tokyo DisneySea Food and Wine Festival will feature a diverse selection of around 20 menus and beverages inspired by the eight distinct themed ports at Tokyo DisneySea. Upon entering the park, guests can grab a guide detailing the culinary delights and drink options available at the festival.

Crafted for on-the-go enjoyment while exploring the park, the menu features delectable options such as Pointy Corn and Avocado Nachos, Scallops with Mashed Potatoes and Shrimp Chips, a Fried Chicken Leg with Buffalo Sauce, and a variety of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty drinks.

A Seasonal Gourmet Ticket Set (¥3,600) will be available which includes three food and drink tickets, along with a Souvenir Lunch Box (with a drink holder). Guests can purchase the set from multiple locations in the park, including Gondolier Snacks, Dockside Diner, New York Deli, and Hudson River Harvest. Seasonal Gourmet Ticket Set can be ordered up to 1 per person per transaction.

Seasonal Gourmet Ticket Set ¥3,600

Chef’s Imagination: The World of Fantasy Springs

In addition to the casual dining offerings during the Food and Wine Festival, table service restaurants at Tokyo DisneySea will offer course meals inspired by each area of the new Fantasy Springs port. The SS Columbia Dining Room will sell a special course with the Frozen Kingdom, Ristorante di Canaletto will offer a Rapunzel’s Forest set menu, Magellan’s will feature a Peter Pan’s Neverland menu.

Additionally, children of elementary school age and younger will receive a collectable chefs hat with a
stickers that can be used to decorated the hat.

Are you excited for the Tokyo DisneySea Food & Wine Festival? Let us know!

Source: Tokyo Disney Resort

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  1. Beth Chang

    Wow. Was only expecting popcorn and the usual fare. Looking forward to this if I am able to go. 🙂 thanks for the information! Love this site for all things in Japan.

  2. Tanja F.

    This is amazing! We are going in May and was a bit bummed about missing the 40th and Fantasy Springs, but this is nice extra. Do you happen to know if the brochures (pictured above) will be in English as well as Japanese? Thank you for all of the photos, I’m making my list!

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