PHOTOS: Full Set of Adorable Character-Attraction Banners Revealed at Tokyo Disneyland Main Entrance
Yesterday in our Tokyo Disneyland entrance construction update, we showed you some new banners up at the entrance featuring Mickey and Minnie Mouse. These banners feature characters you can meet or attractions you can visit at Tokyo Disneyland. Until yesterday, we couldn’t see the other sets very well since they were not in visible locations. But now they they’re installed on the new side, we got a much better glimpse! Let’s take a look at all of these adorable new character banners!
The first inner set features Mickey and Minnie Mouse on a light blue background. Each banner features a red and gold castle icon on top. The words “Tokyo Disneyland” are in gold letters on a red background for the lower part.
The second set features Donald Duck and Pluto on the same light blue background.
On this set, we see Snow White and Cinderella on a purple background, representing classic Disney Princess films with attractions at the park! Snow White’s Adventures and Cinderella’s eponymous castle are two prominent examples.
Tinker Bell and Jiminy Cricket represent Peter Pan’s Flight and Pinocchio’s Daring Journey in Fantasyland, respectively.
Next up, we have Alice and Winnie-the-Pooh, representing Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall and Pooh’s Hunny Hunt, respectively. They get their own special red background.
And finally, representing our beloved (yet delayed) New Fantasyland buddies, we have Baymax and Lumiere from The Happy Ride with Baymax and The Enchanted Tales of Beauty and the Beast. We’re still excited for these to open, hopefully in May!
Aren’t these banners the cutest? I think they bring a nice touch to the otherwise fairly empty entrance area of Tokyo Disneyland. What are your thoughts? Do you have a favorite? Let us know below or on social media!
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