New Peter Pan Popcorn Bucket at Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea

Toni Ferrigno

A hand holds a decorative blue box with Peter Pan's scenes. A Tinker Bell figurine is perched on top. In the background, a pirate ship and rocky terrain can be seen.

New Peter Pan Popcorn Bucket at Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea

A new Peter Pan popcorn bucket is now available at Tokyo DisneySea, ahead of the grand opening of Fantasy Springs.

Peter Pan Popcorn Bucket – ¥3200 (Approximately $20.36 USD)

A hand holds a blue clock decorated with silhouettes of Peter Pan characters. A large red pirate ship and rocky background are visible in the distance. A Tinker Bell figurine is attached to the clock.

The popcorn bucket, which is created in the likeness of the top portion of London’s clock tower that houses Big Ben, has a different image on each of its four sides. They are all slightly translucent, helping to create a glow when the internal light is turned on. On this side, we see Peter and the Darling children in silhouette in front of the clock’s face. It replicates a scene from the 1953 film.

A hand holds a blue-themed keepsake box with Peter Pan characters in front of a pirate-themed amusement park backdrop, featuring a skull-shaped rock formation and a large pirate ship.

Another side sees Peter leading Wendy, John and Michael as they fly over London with the help of Tinker Bell’s pixie dust.

A blue miniature clock resembling a tower is held up against a backdrop of a docked red pirate ship on calm water, with trees and rocky formations in the distance.

This side is a simple clock face.

A hand holds a blue lantern depicting Captain Hook and Peter Pan. The background shows a rocky landscape and a pirate ship docked in a water body.

Finally, on the fourth side, Captain Hook and Smee stand aboard the Jolly Roger, with Tick-Tock and Mermaid Lagoon in the distance.

A hand holds a decorative blue box with Peter Pan's scenes. A Tinker Bell figurine is perched on top. In the background, a pirate ship and rocky terrain can be seen.

A Tinker Bell figure is attached to the popcorn bucket’s strap.

A hand is holding a lantern-like decorative item featuring a clock face and fantasy art in a dimly lit setting with warm hanging lights in the background.

Heew’s a look at the bucket illuminated in the dark. The intensity of the light will depend on how much popcorn is inside the bucket.

A hand holds a decorative lantern featuring an illuminated Peter Pan scene with characters flying over a nighttime cityscape.

The Peter Pan popcorn bucket went on sale May 28, ahead of the June 6 opening of Fantasy Springs. It can be found with the Fantasy-Springs exclusive roast beef-flavored popcorn at the Popcorn Wagon, and outside of Fantasy Springs at the popcorn wagon in Adventureland.

The new bucket is themed to Peter Pan’s Never Land, one of three themed areas in Fantasy Springs. The other two — Frozen Kingdom and Rapunzel’s Forest — are themed to “Frozen” and “Tangled,” respectively. You can check out our full guide to Fantasy Springs to learn more about everything you can find inside the new port.

What do you think of the new Peter Pan popcorn bucket? Would you like to see it show up at Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort? Check out our YouTube video of Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure at Fantasy Springs:

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