CONCEPT ART, VIDEO: New Lands, Attractions, and More Coming to the Tokyo Disney Resort in 2020

As of today, the Tokyo Disneyland Resort has broken ground for a multi-year expansion that will all be finished by 2020. This is the largest investment to date that the Tokyo Disneyland Resort has made since the opening of Tokyo Disney Sea in 2001.

Offerings to expect in this new development is a ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Inspired land that will place you into the village of Belle, will feature a brand new attraction, restaurant, a new merchandise location, and you will even be able to meet your favorite characters from the film, conquer Beast’s Castle, and also be able to see live performances in an outdoor theater.

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There’s also a video walkthrough of the 3D model for the entire land:

Not only will there be a land for Beauty and the Beast, but also for a first in any Disney Park, there will be a brand new ‘Big Hero 6’ attraction that will be made in Tomorrowland. Similar to Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree, guests will swing and swirl around the beloved Personal Healthcare Companion.

Lastly coming to Toontown will be a ‘walkthrough design studio’ where you will be able to meet the 2nd most famous mouse of all; Minnie Mouse.

Stay posted on WDWNT for any more news and updates regarding this major project as well as the Tokyo Disneyland Resort as a whole.

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  1. Disney Pete

    I see regular town fair attractions like a spinner is what Disney thinks are crowd magnets for the parks.

    • AndrewZ

      Trackless ride technology is fairly unique to Disney. It’s a time-killer for families….not supposed to be the main pull.

        • AndrewZ

          And who believes (besides you) that this is a crowd magnet? No one. Disney fans realize that this is repeated technology.

          • Disney Pete

            Precisely the point. Just a filler, regular town fair (trackless or otherwise) ride rather than adding something exciting and new just to say they’re adding rides. The same mistakes that plagued California Adventure being repeated everywhere, they learnt nothing.

      • Disney Pete

        You mean I make excuses for every penny pinching, price gouging thing Disney does these days? You might be confusing me with someone like you.

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