BREAKING: Model Revealed for Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea, Incredible Look at Upcoming Peter Pan, Frozen, and Tangled Attractions

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While the grand opening of Tokyo DisneySea’s massive Fantasy Springs expansion is still about two years away, Tokyo Disney Resort is gearing up to reveal the exciting expansion little by little, starting with three videos taking Guests through a scale model of the expansion!


First, the videos finally gave us a first look at the official logo for Fantasy Springs, scheduled to open in fiscal 2023 at Tokyo DisneySea. The flowers at the bottom are called Tiger Lilies, a nod to the character of the same name from Peter Pan.


The videos each open with an overall look at the model for the expansion, which shows the area as it will be seen from the rest of Tokyo DisneySea.

Peter Pan Area


The first video focuses on the Peter Pan area of the expansion, which will be home to a massive E-Ticket experience as well as a Pixie Hollow-themed attraction. Visible are the mountains of Neverland, Captain Hook’s ship, and Skull Rock. It’s likely that the Peter Pan E-Ticket attraction will be inside these mountains and will fly Guests over the jungles of Never Land into a battle with Captain Hook and his crew of pirates. Guests will join Peter Pan in an adventure to rescue Wendy’s younger brother, John, who has been kidnapped by Captain Hook and his pirates. Guests board boats and follow the Lost Boys down a river. When Tinker Bell sprinkles the boats with pixie dust, Guests find themselves flying through Never Land on an unprecedented adventure that features iconic music and dynamic 3D imagery of the characters from the film.

A second attraction immerses Guests in the oversized world of Pixie Hollow where Tinker Bell and her fairy friends live and work. The restaurant is inspired by the Lost Boys and their hideout, affording lovely views of Never Land that Guests can enjoy while they dine.

Tangled Area


The second area focuses on Tangled, and will feature a boat ride themed to the film. The area will include an attraction that follows Rapunzel to the lantern festival and a restaurant inspired by the hideout of the humorous band of thugs who appeared in the film. In the attraction, Guests will board gondolas for a romantic boat tour of Rapunzel’s “best day ever” as she journeys with Flynn to the lantern festival. Countless flickering lanterns illuminate the attraction’s climactic scene while Rapunzel and Flynn sing an iconic song from the film, building to an unforgettable finale.

Frozen Area


The Frozen area includes both Arendelle and the North Mountain in the distance. Set between the first and second films, when Queen Elsa has embraced her magical power to control snow and ice. She has since opened the castle gates so that Guests can freely visit the Kingdom. Located here will be a heartwarming attraction that tells the story of Elsa and her beloved sister, Anna. Guests will board boats and experience the sisters’ heartfelt journey while enjoying iconic songs from the film and encountering surprising thrills. Also located in this area will be a restaurant set inside Arendelle Castle at the foot of beautiful, snow-capped mountains.

Fantasy Springs is set to open in 2023, a date that inches closer and closer to reality! You can check out our latest tour of the construction site on YouTube above, and stay tuned to WDWNT for the latest news on the incredible expansion to Tokyo DisneySea in the coming years! Are you excited to visit Fantasy Springs when it opens in 2023? Let us know in the comments below!

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7 months ago

I’m wondering if the addition of this new, upgraded Peter Pan attraction will result in the closure of the original version at Tokyo Disneyland Park….it seems kinda redundant to have both. Then again, we’ve had Voyage of the Little Mermaid and Journey of the Little Mermaid coexisting at WDW for a while now haha (and Star Tours and Smugglers Run for that matter).

Dland Fan
Dland Fan
7 months ago

Looks great! Can’t wait to see it in person.
I like that that they’re all boat rides to go with the sea theme :)