Leading up to and after the grand opening of Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea, the “Dreaming of Fantasy Springs” event will celebrate the new land.
Dreaming of Fantasy Springs
From April 9 through June 30, Tokyo DisneySea will present “Dreaming of Fantasy Springs.” Featuring a harbor greeting, decorations, merchandise, and menus all themed to the special event, “Dreaming of Fantasy Springs” will allow guests to imagine and gain a better grasp of the world of Fantasy Springs. Guests will be able to expand their imagination and begin dreaming of what kind of magical world awaits them at Fantasy Springs.
Fantasy Springs will open on June 6, 2024. Read more about the three sections of Fantasy Springs below.
Frozen Kingdom 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 guests can freely visit the Kingdom. The Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey attraction tells the story of the original “Frozen” film. Guests will board boats and experience the sisters’ heartfelt journey while enjoying iconic songs from “Frozen” 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.
In Rapunzel’s Forest stands a tower where the long-haired princess Rapunzel has lived since she was a child. Here, guests can enjoy the Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival attraction, and experience a romantic boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival. A restaurant will be inspired by The Snuggly Duckling, the hideout of the humorous band of thugs who appeared in “Tangled.”
Peter Pan’s Never Land
Peter Pan’s Never Land will be home to a massive E-Ticket experience, Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, as well as the Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies attraction in Pixie Hollow. During Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, guests join Peter Pan and his friends on a mission to rescue Wendy’s brother John from Captain Hook. 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.
Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies invites guests to enjoy the changing seasons while fairy-sized. The land’s scenery includes the mountains of Never Land, Captain Hook’s pirate ship the Jolly Roger, and Skull Rock. The restaurant is inspired by the Lost Boys and their hideout.
Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel
Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, the sixth Disney hotel to open in Japan, will comprise two buildings: the Fantasy Chateau and the Grand Chateau. The hotel is built around the magical fountain of Fantasy Springs. Paintings inside depict Disney princesses, and motifs of flowers and grasses.
Experiencing Fantasy Springs
When Fantasy Springs opens, guests will need to either obtain a Standby Pass or purchase Disney Premier Access to experience the attractions. Standby Pass is available on the Tokyo Disney Resort App, and guests can obtain a Standby Pass free of charge after entering the park. Guests will be able to experience any of the four attractions at Fantasy Springs with a Standby Pass. Once guests obtain a Standby Pass, they will be able to enter Fantasy Springs to explore the new area and experience the selected attraction at a designated time.
Disney Premier Access is available for a fee, and guests can purchase Disney Premier Access using the Tokyo Disney Resort App after entering the Park. Guests will be able to experience three attractions at Fantasy Springs with Disney Premier Access. With Disney Premier Access for an attraction at Fantasy Springs, guests will be able to enter Fantasy Springs at a specified time to explore the new area and experience the selected attraction with a reduced wait time, offering convenience and added flexibility for those who wish to maximize their visit to this new area.