Disney has revealed new details about the Fantasy Springs coming to Tokyo Disney Resort in spring of 2024, and there’s a lot to talk about.
Fantasy Springs will feature three areas inspired by the beloved Walt Disney Animation Studios films: “Rapunzel’s Forest,” “Peter Pan’s Never Land,” and “Frozen Kingdom.”
In “Rapunzel’s Forest”, there is a tower where the long-haired princess Rapunzel has lived since she was little.
The attraction “Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival” relives Rapunzel’s love affair with Flynn Rider as she spends her “best day ever” on a five-minute romantic boat trip to the annual Lantern Festival.
There will also be a themed eatery, The Snuggly Duckling restaurant, inspired by the establishment of the same name from the film.
Peter Pan’s Never Land
Adventures await throughout “Peter Pan’s Never Land” where guests can explore a pirate ship, dine in a secret hideaway, or encounter pirates.
In the attraction “Peter Pan’s Neverland Adventure,” guests will become members of the Lost Kids, as they rescue John from Captain Hook and the pirates, with the help of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell. Guests will wear special goggles to get a 3D effect on the six-minute ride.
Or guests can help Tinker Bell deliver parcels and packages to the four seasonal areas of Pixie Hollow on the “Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies” attraction. This is an all ages ride that runs about two minutes.
Made from found objects and shipwrecked parts, guests can also enjoy delicious food at Lookout Cookout, a counter service restaurant with beautiful views of Never Land.
Set after the events of “Frozen,” “Frozen Kingdom” is a place of happiness where Queen Elsa has embraced her ice magic.
During “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey,” guests can relive the tale of two sisters and how they discovered that true love can thaw a frozen heart alongside fan-favorite songs from the film. The ride length is about six and a half minutes.
At Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant, guests will find both an indoor and a covered outdoor dining area with beautiful views of the fjord cliffs and mountains in the distance
And if in need of a snack, look no further than Oaken’s OK Foods counter service restaurant.
Fantasy Springs Hotel
Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel will be located right next door to the new park area, and offer 419 deluxe rooms including 56 “Grand Chateau” suites.
It will be home to Fantasy Springs Restaurant, which will feature buffet-style dining. The decor will feature paintings inspired by the Disney Animation films “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Tangled” and “Sleeping Beauty.”
Another option is La Libellule, which can only be used by guests staying at the “Grand Chateau.” It will offer French cuisine, along with views of the scenery in Fantasy Springs from the dining hall.
The lobby will be where guests can find the Grand Paradis Lounge, and the Fantasy Springs Gifts merchandise store is located on the first floor and can be accessed from inside the hotel and the park.
Tokyo Disney also released an updated video with the latest look at construction: