PHOTOS: Carriage House Refreshments and Group Sales Pavilions Emerge from Construction at Tokyo Disneyland

As work continues on the Tokyo Disneyland entrance renewal project (which we’ll be updating you on very soon), the next phase of construction has completed. That means Carriage House Refreshments and Group Sales are finally uncovered from behind walls and planters! The former Promenade Gifts building is out as well.

Aside from a few touch-ups, the Carriage House building has been largely unaffected by construction. This snack shack has been closed since April 2018. Reopening originally was scheduled for early 2020. But it looks like we’re ahead of schedule!

The fare features popular items you’d find at Sweetheart Cafe or Mamma Biscotti’s Bakery. The main attractions are curry bread, the Mike Wazowski melon bread, and the ever-popular Little Green Men mochi dumplings. You can also pick up beverages like coffee, hot tea, bottled water, or orange juice. At this time, Carriage House Refreshments appears to only be open in the evenings through park close.

Also in the reopened section are the former Promenade Gifts building and the Group Sales window.

There are no plans at this time to reopen Promenade Gifts. Bon Voyage essentially functions as a larger version, but Tokyo DisneySea does also have small merchandise carts outside its gates. I wonder what will become of this building?

Also closed is the Group Sales window. A nearby Cast Member said they aren’t sure when exactly it will reopen. But the restrooms and pay phone (if you so desire) are available for Guests to utilize once again.

There’s still some touch-ups needed in this area (and maybe a power wash). But it’s nice to see little chunks of the entrance plaza reopen! The entire project will be completed in April 2020, just in time for the highly-anticipated Tokyo Disneyland expansion. As always, we’ll keep you posted about the latest in Tokyo Disneyland construction. So stay tuned to WDWNT!

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