Disney reveals new details on Fantasy Springs coming to Tokyo Disney Resort in 2024

Aug 24, 2023 in "Tokyo Disney Resort"

Posted: Thursday August 24, 2023 9:17am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The eighth themed port of Tokyo DisneySea will feature three areas, Rapunzel's Forest, Peter Pan's Never Land, and Frozen Kingdom, all inspired by the Walt Disney Animation Studios films.

Today Disney revealed the names and more details for the upcoming attractions in Fantasy Springs opening spring 2024 - Rapunzel's Lantern Festival, Anna and Elsa's Frozen Journey, Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure, and Fairy Tinker Bell's Busy Buggies.

Lantern Festival with Rapunzel

 

Here, you can experience Rapunzel's "best day ever" on Rapunzel's Lantern Festival attraction, where Rapunzel falls in love with Flynn Rider on a romantic boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival.

The Snuggly Duckling restaurant, reminiscent of the establishment by the same name from the film, includes various atmospheric dining areas.

Two Peter Pan attractions

Peter Pan's Never Land lets guests explore a pirate ship, dine in a secret hideaway or encounter pirates.

In Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure, join the Lost Kids as they explore Never Land with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell as well as help rescue John from Captain Hook.

Elsewhere, guests can help Tinker Bell deliver parcels and packages to the four seasonal areas of Pixie Hollow on the Fairy Tinker Bell's Busy Buggies attraction.

Lookout Cookout is made from found objects and shipwrecked parts, and includes views of Never Land.

Frozen Kingdom

 

During Anna and Elsa's Frozen Journey, relive the tale of two sisters and how they discovered that true love can thaw a frozen heart alongside fan-favorite songs from the film.

At Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant, you will find both an indoor and a covered outdoor dining area with beautiful views of the fjord cliffs and mountains in the distance. For snacks, Oaken, the owner of the cabin and sauna featured in the film, has you covered at Oaken's OK Foods.

Fantasy Springs Hotel 

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel is right next door where two dining options and a lobby lounge await.

Fantasy Springs Restaurant is perfect for those who crave a wide variety of options with buffet-style dining. Here you will even find paintings inspired by the Disney Animation films "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," "Tangled," and "Sleeping Beauty."

La Libellule offers special French cuisine, with views of the scenery in Fantasy Springs from the dining hall.

For a more laid-back atmosphere, head over to Grand Paradis Lounge, a lobby lounge with large, open windows.

Fantasy Springs Gifts merchandise store is the perfect place to buy gifts for friends and family.

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TTA9416 hours ago

Been noticing some of the bgm music on YouTube, mainly live recordings, but so far haven’t found this music. Maybe it’s only played at night?

lazyboy97o5 days ago

Oceaneering’s trackless Revolution vehicles have the same pitch, roll and yaw capabilities as their tracked Evolution vehicles. What it lacks is the heave motion, which isn’t really the big thing people think of with such motion platforms.

TheDisneyParksfanC85 days ago

But it still can't have the same degree of motion than a tracked SCOOP due too safety reasons.

Disone6 days ago

Agree. Maybe not the best overall experience but Sea World's short lived Antarctica empire of the penguin was definitely a motion-based trackless dark Ride.

lazyboy97o6 days ago

True trackless vehicles can include a motion base.

ThemeParkTraveller6 days ago

I think this ride system would have worked much better than trackless for Ratatouille and Zootopia. Those extended chase sequences via large screens just don't work very well with the limited degree of motion trackless vehicles have compared to these ones.

Disone7 days ago

The vehicles are somewhat larger than I had imagined. Kind of neat. But like back the future and later The Simpsons and also Spider-Man and transformers, they are definitely designed to cut out your peripheral vision. A necessary future but one I did not enjoy if I was not in one of the middle seats. I feel like too much of the show is being cut out of my view.

IMDREW7 days ago

In this video you can see a bit more of how the ride works. 2 vehicles leave the station at the same time. Meaning one gets the short intro version with the lost boys and the other the long one. I couldn't figure out why some videos had one or the other. Also, looks like vehicles park in front of the large screens like Ratatouille, but in this case a ride vehicle which actually, you know, does something while in front of the screen. Love the integration of sets around most of them.

SweetDuffy1017 days ago

Grand opening rehearsals

TheDisneyParksfanC88 days ago

Universal was originally planning that ride system for Zelda at IOA, but moved away from it due to upkeep costs and the fact that suspended rides are a pain to evacuate. Universal has also gotten cold feet on trackless rides as well due to the technical issues they ran into with Kong at IOA.

TalkToEthan8 days ago

That sounds perfect…….I’ll take it !!

WaltWiz19018 days ago

Or it could've been a boat that starts out on water as per the norm before switching to being suspended from an aerial track... ...oh, wait, Universal already patented that

TalkToEthan9 days ago

I wish the two FS headlining attractions would have exchanged the ride conveyances. If one had to be “flume” and the other had to have us travel 2 dimensions/one plane wearing glasses for a screen then I wish Peter Pan would have been the boat in trough ride.

ThemeParkTraveller9 days ago

Another detailed review from Tom Bricker. https://www.disneytouristblog.com/peter-pans-never-land-adventure-ride-review-photo-tour/