PHOTOS, VIDEO: Inside Look at Interior, First Look at Merchandise, Specialty Food for Soaring Fantastic Flight Attraction at Tokyo DisneySea

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.

Tokyo Disney Resort has just released stunning footage of the attraction queue and ride vehicle for Soaring: Fantastic Flight, which opens on July 23rd this year at Tokyo DisneySea. Based on the popular Soarin’ Around the World attraction, the attraction at Tokyo DisneySea will feature new scenes and visuals for an experience exclusive to the park in Japan.

The attraction homepage has also been updated to include exclusive merchandise, as well as specialty food and beverage options that will be available to commemorate the attraction’s grand opening. Check out all the photos, video, and pricing below!

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Queue Interior

While we’ve been following construction on the exterior of the attraction building rather closely in our travels to Tokyo Disney Resort, this inside look of the queue interior shows off some breathtaking architecture and detail.

The backstory behind the new attraction is that it will take guests into the Museum of Fantastic Flight, which is dedicated to the dreams of flying. The current exhibit on display will be honoring Camellia Falco, a name we’ve seen in Disneyland’s new Tropical Hideaway. Falco was an innovator and a member of S.E.A. the Society of Explorers and Adventurers. As guests take in the tour inside of the museum, they’ll be able to see all of the adventures that Camellia has been on before boarding on her latest invention, a flying vehicle known as the Dream Flyer.

Disney pulls it all together in this video, which shows guests walking through the queue and boarding their very own Dream Flyer:

This adorable promotional material shows Mickey and Minnie in their turn-of-the-century best, waving at guests onboard the attraction:

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Merchandise

What would an attraction grand opening (especially in Tokyo) be without some exclusive merchandise? Check out some of the items previewed below. Items will be available for pre-sale on July 17th.

Retro “Journey on the Dream Flyer” Tee – ¥2,900

 

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Cap – ¥2,800

Mickey, Minnie, Donald as Pilots Plush Badge – ¥2,200/each

Dream Flyer Goggles – ¥2,300

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Balloons – ¥1,100

Paper Plane Stationery Kits – ¥400

Even more merchandise, with pricing, can be found on their Soaring: Fantastic Flight landing page.

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Specialty Food and Beverage

A variety of specialty food and beverage will also be available throughout Tokyo DisneySea. (No specific release date for the food has been announced yet, though.)

Fantastic Flight Drink (Lemon Jelly and Lychee) – ¥450 (Available at Zambini Brothers Ristorante)

Fantastic Flight Pineapple Churros – ¥400/each

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Popcorn Bucket – ¥2,000

Soaring: Fantastic Flight Specialty Course Meal at Magellan’s – ¥11,000 (Includes souvenir mug and saucer)

FastPass and Height Requirements

Tokyo Disney Resort’s English-language attraction announcement page includes some interesting facts on the attraction:

Ride Duration: About 5 minutes (main show)
Capacity: 87 persons per theater
Number of Theaters: 2
Investment Amount: About 18 billion yen
Disney FASTPASS®: Available
Height Requirement: Must be 102 cm or taller

The attraction will be available for “Happy 15 Entry” – an exclusive privilege that allows early entry to the Parks for guests staying at a Disney hotel.

Last, but not least, a special Soaring: Fantastic Flight resort line ticket will be available for a limited time.

About the author

Jessica Figueroa

Jessica lives in South Florida with her 15-pound cat Gordo and a small army of Tsum Tsums.

Leave a Reply

avatar

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  Subscribe  
Notify of