Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea Opening 6 June 2024

DisneySea Fantasy Springs

Oriental Land Co., Ltd. announced new details of attractions, facilities, merchandise, and food and beverage items in Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed port at Tokyo DisneySea® Park, which is set to open on June 6, 2024.

Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea

Themed to magical springs that lead to a world of Disney fantasy, Fantasy Springs consists of three areas inspired by Walt Disney Animation Studios films: Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel's Forest and Peter Pan's Never Land, as well as the latest Disney-themed hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel.

Fantasy Springs is nestled between the Lost River Delta and Arabian Coast at Tokyo DisneySea. At the Fantasy Springs entryway, guests will be welcomed by an archway adorned with magical springs representing Disney Animation characters such as Peter Pan, Anna, Elsa and Rapunzel.

The themed port also features motifs of various other beloved characters, inviting guests into this world of Disney fantasy.

Fantasy Springs Frozen Kingdom
Artist impression of the Frozen Kingdom at Fantasy Springs.

An abundance of offerings that evoke the world of the films, including attractions, restaurants, a merchandise shop, and the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, will allow guests to enjoy a wide variety of experiences.

Guests can feel as if they have stepped into a beloved Disney Animation film, delight in seeing some of their favourite Disney friends, and be enveloped by well-known music, making their time at Tokyo DisneySea all the more immersive and enjoyable.

Fantasy Springs Magical Springs
An artist's impression of the Magical Springs area.


With the grand opening of Fantasy Springs just around the corner, guests worldwide can look forward to a new adventure at Tokyo DisneySea.

For more information, please visit the official Fantasy Springs webpage on DisneySea Tokyo. And if you plan to visit, make sure you book your flight and hotel accommodations early.

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