VIDEO: Tokyo DisneySea Unveils Preview Tour of Fantasy Springs

Tom Corless

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VIDEO: Tokyo DisneySea Unveils Preview Tour of Fantasy Springs

With only 100 days away from Fantasy Springs opening at Tokyo DisneySea, and Oriental Land Company has released several videos touring the eighth themed port at Tokyo DisneySea in its current state of progress. The giant land will include four new rides in three sub-lands: Peter Pan’s Never Land, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Frozen Kingdom.

Fantasy Springs Overview

Rockwork for Fantasy Springs that forms Rapunzel.

The first video reveals the entrance to Fantasy Springs, featuring giant rock formations of Peter Pan, Anna, Elsa, and Rapunzel.

It also takes guests on a quick jaunt across the entire port, even to the Fantasy Springs Hotel with its rock formation of Sorcerer Mickey Mouse standing just outside.

Frozen Kingdom

Concept art for Frozen Kingdom in Fantasy Springs.

Frozen Kingdom brings to life the world from the Disney Animation film “Frozen.” In the blissful world that unfolded after the film’s finale, guests are invited to visit the kingdom of Arendelle, enveloped in a warm and celebratory atmosphere. This is where Elsa, who had hidden her magical ability to create ice and snow, finally embraced her power as an integral part of herself and gained the freedom to wield magic effortlessly with the power of “true love.”

Concept art for Anna and Elsa's Frozen Journey.

In Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, guests board a boat and enjoy the heartwarming tale of Anna and Elsa, accompanied by the original film’s well-known songs. Additionally, guests can dine at the Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant, or stop by Oaken’s OK Foods, the small, cheerful eatery run by Oaken. The buildings feature rosemaling (decorative Norwegian folk art) embellishments and ice-inspired geometric designs, immersing guests in the world of “Frozen.”

Rapunzel’s Forest

Concept art for Rapunzel's Forest in Fantasy Springs.

In Rapunzel’s Forest, guests will be transported into the world of the Disney Animation film, “Tangled,” where the long-haired princess Rapunzel has lived since she was a child.

Concept art for Rapunzel's Lantern Festival in Fantasy Springs.

Here, guests can enjoy Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, the first attraction in the Disney park around the world to bring the story of Rapunzel to life, and embark on a romantic journey aboard a boat. Along the way, guests will encounter Rapunzel and the legendary thief, Flynn Rider, and see their love blossom at the Lantern Festival. Guests can also stop by for a meal at The Snuggly Duckling restaurant, which is inspired by the tavern frequented by the ruffians in the film.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Concept art for Peter Pan's Never Land in Fantasy Springs.

Peter Pan’s Never Land invites guests to explore the world of the Disney Animation film, Peter Pan.

Concept art for Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure in Fantasy Springs.

In the attraction Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, guests join the Lost Kids, a group of fun-loving and adventurous children, and take part in an epic adventure through Never Land with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Guests can also stop by for a meal at Lookout Cookout, a restaurant created by the Lost Kids. At Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies in Pixie Hollow, the fairy valley, guests can experience riding in a buggy made by Tinker Bell. 

Fantasy Springs opens at Tokyo DisneySea on June 6th, 2024.

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