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Tokyo DisneySea’s Fantasy Springs Opening Delayed Until Spring 2024

Tokyo Disneyland is home to some of the greatest attractions and experiences ever conceived by Walt Disney Imagineering, but it looks like we’ll have to wait a little bit longer for their next project. Fantasy Springs, an immersive new land at Tokyo DisneySea has sadly had its opening delayed until Spring of 2024. In addition to the delay, Disney also released new concert art for the areas within Fantasy Springs.

Fantasy Springs is the largest expansion Tokyo DisneySea has ever seen. The land will include three mini-lands themed to three animated Disney films, as well as a brand new hotel.

Frozen Kingdom

Frozen Kingdom will see guests transported to Arendelle from the Frozen franchise. The mini-land will house one attraction, similar to Frozen Ever After at EPCOT, where you will learn the story of Elsa and Anna. In addition, you will be able to dine within Arendelle’s Castle and see Elsa’s Palace towering in the distance. The land will feature similar designs to the Frozen land’s being built at Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland, however with their own Tokyo Disneyland magic.

Peter Pan’s Neverland

What seems to be the anchor mini-land, Peter Pan’s Neverland will house the largest attraction out of the bunch, with an E-Ticket adventure through Neverland. It will see guests commence on their own journey with Peter Pan, Wendy, and the Lost Boys through 3D animated characters and set-pieces. In addition, the mini-land will feature a Pixie Hollow attraction, and a restaurant themed to the Lost Boys.

Rapunzel’s Forrest

The last mini-land will be based on the hit film Tangled, with Disney’s first dark ride based upon the film. Guests will enter a boat where they will relive many fan-favorite moments from the film. Afterwards, guests can grab a bite to eat at the Snuggly Duckling, recreated from the film.

So, are you excited for Fantasy Springs? Let us know down below!

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