PHOTOS: Beautiful Color-Changing Light-Up ‘Frozen’ Popcorn Bucket Coming December 26 to Tokyo Disney Resort

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Tokyo Disney Resort has had a strong popcorn bucket game this year, with incredible choices like the “it’s a small world” bucket with a mini-version of the clock tower parade to a bucket shaped exactly like the iconic Aunt Peg’s Village Store at Tokyo DisneySea! The final addition to cap off this year’s fantastic popcorn bucket storm is a new “Frozen” bucket with motifs of ice and stained glass windows, which will come just in time for the chilly winter on December 26!

Frozen Light-Up Popcorn Bucket – ¥3000 ($26.24)


The octagonal bucket features ice and snowflake motifs on all eight sides, with at least one of the four larger panels bearing a silhouette of Elsa. Olaf hangs on to the white and blue strap.


But the best part is the interior lighting, a common feature in many newer Tokyo Disney Resort popcorn buckets. For the first time, the lighting will actually change colors, with both yellow and blue lights cycling through the ice pattern. The pictures above make it look absolutely breathtaking.

Guests can find this popcorn bucket at The Gazebo popcorn cart at Tokyo Disneyland and the Lido Isle popcorn cart at Tokyo DisneySea starting December 26. Are you excited to see another amazing popcorn bucket at the parks? Let us know in the comments below!

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