Tokyo DisneySea's Frozen Kingdom. Copyright Disney.

Disney Shares Details, Videos on Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea

Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea, is opening this summer. This new land will be home to three areas (Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Peter Pan’s Never Land) and the Fantasy Springs Hotel.

I’ve never been able to visit the Tokyo Disney parks, but it’s on my bucket list. After seeing the videos Disney released today, I’ve never wanted to go more. This new land is going to be spectacular!

Frozen Kingdom

Frozen Kingdom’s headliner attraction is Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey. Oriental Land Company (OLC), which owns and operates the Tokyo Disney Resort, tells us that this ride will follow the story of the original 2013 film.

In the Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey attraction, guests set out on a voyage by boat that leads them through the events of Frozen. Through this voyage, guests will enjoy an adventurous and heartwarming tale of two sisters with themes of true love.

Guests can sing along to Do You Want to Build a Snowman?, For the First Time in Forever and Love Is an Open Door while sailing on this 6.5 minute ride.

Frozen Kingdom includes two quick-service dining options. The Royal Banquet of Arendelle will feature artwork, books, and music from Frozen. “Mouthwatering” dishes, from appetizers to desserts, will be served in baskets. Oaken’s OK Foods will offer Oaken’s Yoo-Hoo Bread, a cardamom bread filled with Scandinavian spice meat and lingonberry jam.

Rapunzel’s Forest

Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival is the main attraction in this Tangled-inspired land.

In this attraction, guests enjoy a romantic gondola tour that leads to the annual Lantern Festival, where they follow Rapunzel as she experiences her “best day ever” and meets Flynn Rider for the first time. Guests will make their way towards the tower where Rapunzel lives, and will find her gazing out of her lofty tower window, singing “When Will My Life Begin,” as Flynn Rider watches on. Rapunzel escapes from the tower and with Flynn Rider at her side, the two develop a strong bond as they visit various locations featured in the film.

Fans of Tangled will love Rapunzel’s Forest’s counter-service restaurant. The Snuggly Duckling, home to thieves and other unsavory people in the film, will serve the Duckling’s Dream Cheeseburger and Sweet Ever After Dessert. The latter is a lemon and strawberry dessert served in Rapunzel’s iconic frying.

Sweet Ever After Dessert in Tokyo DisneySea. Copyright Disney.
Copyright Disney

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure will headline this similarly-named area of Fantasy Springs.

When Peter Pan informs guests that John has been kidnapped by Captain Hook and his pirate crew, they board a boat and set off on an adventure. Tinker Bell then sprinkles fairy dust on the boat, allowing guests to soar into the sky. During their journey, guests encounter Wendy, Michael, the mermaids, Tiger Lily and other beloved characters from the film.

Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies is located in Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell’s home in Never Land. On this ride, guests will board a Busy Buggy to explore the fairy valley.

Lookout Cookout and Popcorn Wagon are the two quick-service dining options in Never Land. Lookout Cookout was built by the Lost Kids using materials from a shipwreck. Food options include the Lost Kids’ Snack Box (chicken tenders, seaweed fritters, banana chips, shrimp chips, and a Pixie Dust Soda). Guests will enjoy roast beef-flavored popcorn from The Popcorn Wagon. I never knew I needed roast beef popcorn, but I do.

Fantasy Springs Hotel

Concept art of Tokyo Disney's Fantasy Springs Hotel. Copyright Disney.
Copyright Disney

The Fantasy Springs Hotel will also open this summer. Situated near the magical springs, guests will be enjoy a hotel inspired by Disney princesses and the flora and fauna of the themed port. Fantasy Chateau (deluxe) and Grand Chateau (luxury) are the two buildings that make up this hotel.

With an elegant and grandiose ambience, the guest rooms of Grand Chateau offer the finest accommodation experience at Tokyo Disney Resort. All 56 Grand Chateau guest rooms have a terrace with a view of the park.

The hotel will have three dining options, all of which will be available only to hotel guests. Fantasy Springs Restaurant will offer a buffet-style breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The interior will be themed to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Tangled, and Sleeping Beauty. Grand Paradis Lounge will offer panoramic views of Fantasy Springs. Finally, La Libellule will offer upscale French cuisine. Special character dining will also be offered in private dining rooms.

Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea opens on June 6, 2024.

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