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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McMickeyWorld6 days ago

tanc10 days ago

they might be looking at more ideas for Tomorrowland? or an unannounced project??

Mark_E10 days ago

The new Space Mountain

PiratesMansion10 days ago

What are they using the Guardians ride system for?

SplashZander10 days ago

What looked like OLC execs were getting toured around Epcot. Why? No clue. They’re already getting the Guardians ride system, so your guess is as good as mine.

Chef idea Mickey`=10 days ago

We need Baymax back in Epcot!!*

Advisable Joseph10 days ago

I'm missing a connection here. This is a Tokyo Disneyland thread: are you suggesting Tokyo will get a mini-Epcot?

jrhwdw10 days ago

I believe TDS has Soarin Around The World.

tanc10 days ago

Good, while there they can ride the soarin' over California. A shame it wouldn't fit their park but it'd be awesome if Japan had their own version of the ride.

mickEblu10 days ago

San Fransokyo to World Showcase confirmed.

SplashZander10 days ago

Suits giving a tour around Epcot today with Japanese counterparts in Business Professional.

Chef idea Mickey`=17 days ago

"I was confused by your explanation of HDL because teal to me is the color of this one in FS."

Timothy_Q18 days ago

Love the different stylistic choices the imagineers made for Arendelle's castle in Tokyo and Hong Kong HKD's is small and charming, and replicates the castle after Elsa transformed it so it's bright and vibrant with teal rooftops giving it an extremely whimsical fairy tale look that blends perfectly with HKD's scale and atmosphere TDS's on the other hand is much larger and imposing, and mimics the look of the castle pre-transformation, so it's much more muted, with realistic textures and colors, which fits with the park's grand scale and extremely detailed environments

McMickeyWorld18 days ago

The quality is truly beautiful 😻