Last autumn, Tokyo Disneyland opened its long-awaited new section titled Fantasyland, and Tokyo Disneysea is following suit with a brand new extension of its own. The coastal theme park is expanding its grounds with a ¥250 billion project called Fantasy Springs. However, there's a bit of a wait as the new area is only scheduled to open in 2023.
The Northern European-inspired section will lean heavily on a fairy-tale theme, featuring the worlds of ‘Peter Pan’, ‘Tangled’ and ‘Frozen’. Along with four new attractions, Fantasy Springs will also come with three restaurants, a souvenir shop and a hotel.
Two of the attractions will be dedicated to Peter Pan’s Neverland. You can join the Lost Boys on a boat ride adventure to rescue John who was kidnapped by pirates, or explore Tinkerbelle’s home in Pixie Hollow.
There will also be a ride for ‘Tangled’ fans, where you’ll be sailing leisurely along a calm river and experience the iconic Lantern Festival that brought Rapunzel and Flynn Rider closer to each other.
Finally, relive the adventures of Anna, Elsa and Kristof at a Frozen-themed ride. This is where you can come face to face with the magnificent castle in the kingdom of Arandelle.
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