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Tokyo Disney Resort Sets Opening Date for Fantasy Springs

Tokyo Disney Resort  Fantasy Springs

Tokyo Disney Resort has announced an opening date for Fantasy Springs, the 8th new themed area of Tokyo DisneySea, and here’s what you need to know.

The Details

Fantasy Springs will have its grand opening on June 6, 2024, at Tokyo Disney Resort.

This new land within the Tokyo DisneySea park features three areas and a new resort. The areas are Frozen Kingdom, Peter Pan’s Neverland, and Rapunzel Forest.

Frozen Kingdom features the new attraction, “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey,” a boat ride through the events of the films, along with two counter-service restaurants, Arendelle Royal Banquet, and Oken’s OK Food.

Tokyo Disney Resort Fantasy Springs

Peter Pan’s Neverland features two new attractions, “Peter Pan’s Neverland Adventure,” a 3D ride where guests join the Lost Kids to rescue John from Captain Hook, and “Fairy Tinkerbell’s Busy Buggy,” where guests help TInkerbell deliver packages to the other fairies in Pixie Hollow. The area also features Lookout Cookout, a counter-service restaurant.

Tokyo Disney Resort Fantasy Springs

Rapunzel’s Forest also features an attraction, “Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival” a “romantic boat trip” to the annual lantern festival through scenes in the movie, “Tangled,” as Rapunzel falls in love with Flynn Rider. Afterwards, grab a bite at Snuggle Duckling, a counter-service restaurant.

Tokyo Disney Resort Fantasy Springs

The Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel will be located right next to the new park area, and offer 419 deluxe rooms including 56 “Grand Chateau” suites, as well as an exclusive entrance into Fantasy Springs.

It will feature three restaurants, one of which is only available to those staying in the “Grand Chateau” wing.

For more information on Fantasy Springs, read our preview of each area and the hotel.

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Book Your Visit

To visit Fantasy Springs, guests must have a Tokyo DisneySea park ticket, and for the attractions, must also have purchased Disney Premier Access, or obtained a Standby Pass, both of which can be done by using the Tokyo Disney Resort app after entering Tokyo DisneySea.

Hotel reservations are not available to book yet for June 2024, but you’ll want to grab them as soon as they are.

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