San Fransokyo Square road sign

PHOTOS: Japanese Road Sign Added to San Fransokyo Square in Disney California Adventure

Shannen Ace

A new billboard-like sign has been installed on the back of the building where guests can meet Baymax in San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure. The sign is visible when entering the “Big Hero 6” land from Cars Land.

San Fransokyo Square Road Sign

Road sign on San Fransokyo Square building

The sign is blue with white Japanese characters and English letters. Arrows crisscross along the bottom and center of the sign. It actually closely resembles a real road sign from Japan.

San Fransokyo Square road sign

In Japan, the arrows would represent roads pointing drivers to different cities. The San Fransokyo Square sign points guests to Cocina Cucamonga, Aunt Cass Café, San Fransokyo Maker’s Market, and Lucky Fortune Cookery.

San Fransokyo Square is the reimagined Pacific Wharf area of Disney California Adventure. It officially opened last summer but signage and other details have still been added in the months since. The “Port of San Fransokyo” sign wasn’t installed until November.

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