Tokyo Disneyland is experiencing its own long-term version of Project Stardust, featuring new attractions coming next spring, long-term renovations like the upcoming six month-long Cinderella Castle refurb, and the reconstruction of its main entrance. All of these are in preparation for the New Fantasyland expansion as well as the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Well, another phase of the park’s refresh was completed today with the return of the classic Mickey Mouse head floral at the park’s entrance!
Beautiful, isn’t it? I think it’s a little bit smaller than it used to be, but it still makes me just as happy to see it again!
That’s what the former default Mickey floral looked like in April, before it closed. To be honest, I preferred the larger and more colorful design, but I understand it probably needed to be changed.
With the central area of the entrance plaza reopened, the center gate has resumed its status as the primary exit and re-entry gate. This is how the center gate formerly functioned before it closed in April 2018.
With the central area opened, we’ve also gained this excellent vantage point to shoot the main entrance of the park! No more standing back to back with a construction wall!
This wide-angle shot provides a look at almost the entire new entrance plaza from the back corner. It looks pretty open and spacious to me! I can’t wait to see everything open in spring 2020! What do you think of the new Mickey floral? Are you like me and preferred the original? Let us know below or on Twitter!
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