2001 Tokyo DisneySea Tradition Will Live On Through Fantasy Springs Theme Song

Shannen Ace

Fantasy Springs Concept Art

2001 Tokyo DisneySea Tradition Will Live On Through Fantasy Springs Theme Song

Tokyo Disney Resort released the new Fantasy Springs port theme song ahead of the area’s grand opening this summer.

Fantasy Springs Theme Song

Fantasy Springs Concept Art. A Fantasy Springs theme song has been released.

Fantasy Springs will be the eighth “port” of Tokyo DisneySea. The original seven ports (Mediterranean Harbor, American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, and Mysterious Island) also received theme songs when the park opened in 2001. There has not been a themed port added to the park since it opened, so there was some interest in if Fantasy Springs would receive the same treatment.

Listen to the Fantasy Springs theme song in the embedded X video below.

The video also features video clips of Fantasy Springs concept models, posters, Cast Members costumes, food, and merchandise.

A shorter snippet of the theme song is also in this commercial for Fantasy Springs:

The music is reminiscent of songs from “Frozen” and “Tangled,” which are both featured stories in Fantasy Springs. The lyrics tell guests “Come inside — What story will you write? What dream will change your life?”

Fantasy Springs Concept Art

Tokyo Disney Resort released dozens of new details about the land this week in honor of 100 days until the June 6 opening. The “Dreaming of Fantasy Springs” celebration will begin on April 9, with Mickey and Minnie debuting new outfits for a special harbor greeting. A Fantasy Springs exhibit will open in June.

Guests will enter Fantasy Springs through magical water features. There will be three sections: Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Peter Pan’s Never Land. In Frozen Kingdom, guests will be able to dine at Arendelle Castle and re-live the story of “Frozen” on Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey. The first-ever “Tangled” attraction will be Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival. Rapunzel’s Forest will also feature The Snuggly Duckling restaurant. In Peter Pan’s Never Land, guests can ride the 3-D Peter Pan’s Never Land and Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies, the world’s first-ever Tinker Bell ride. Plus, Lost Kids can enjoy roast beef popcorn and pixie dust soda. Each area of the port will also have its own merchandise collection.

Check out a preview tour of Fantasy Springs.

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