Fantasy Springs Coming Soon to the Tokyo Disney Resort 

by | Oct 30, 2022 | International Parks, News Outside the Parks, Tokyo Disney Resort, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo DisneySea has announced a new port that will three new lands. Discover all the magic coming to Fantasy Springs in 2024. 

Exciting news has been released regarding the Tokyo Disney Resort. 

Guests heading to the Tokyo Disney Resort in 2024 will be introduced to three immersive new worlds at the brand new port, Fantasy Springs in the Tokyo DisneySea area. These areas will be themed for the Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest and Peter Pan’s Never Land, which draw inspiration from classic Walt Disney Animation Studios films “Frozen,” “Tangled” and “Peter Pan.” 

The Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Spring Hotel will also debut adding to the spectacular lineup of hotels at the resort. Some rooms at this resort will offer guests views of the newly expanded areas, keeping the magic alive. 

Ready to be immersed in the magic? Discover what these three new lands will have to offer guests when they debut in 2024. 

Frozen Kingdom

Daytime concept art for Frozen Kingdom

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Enter a quaint village featuring snow-capped mountains and cascading waterfalls. This area is set after the events of “Frozen” and is not lacking immersive experiences.

Elsa’s snow-covered ice palace shines in the distance and offers the perfect backdrop as you explore a whole new world. 

Rapunzels’ Forest

Daytime concept art for Rapunzel's Forest

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Do you “have a dream” to see Rapunzel’s world come to life? You are in luck… Rapunzel’s Forest is coming to the Tokyo DisneySea Resort. The icon, Rapunzel’s tower, rises from the ground and overlooks the area.

Nighttime concept art for Rapunzel's Forest

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

The beauty only increases at night when the area is illuminated by the surrounding forest, lighted lamps, a glowing restaurant, and a boathouse with lanterns hanging from the boats. 

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Daytime concept art for Peter Pan's Never Land

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Children and adults alike are invited to” never grow up” in Peter Pan’s Never Land.

Nighttime concept art for Peter Pan's Never Land

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Thanks to a bit of Pixie Dust, you can become a Lost Kid, tour a pirate ship, talk to pirates, see Tinker Bell’s home, Pixie Hollow and dine in a secret hideaway. 

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Concept art for Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

After a long day of traveling from the Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Peter Pan’s Never Land, guests will need to lay their heads down for a good night’s rest.

Enter the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel situated near Fantasy Springs. The sixth Disney hotel in Japan, you can continue stretching your imagination from the day at the parks with theming and paintings portraying Disney Princesses and florals.

This information has just been announced so more updates will be on the way regarding this new port coming to Tokyo DisneySea at Tokyo Disney Resort.

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Jennifer Marrazzo is a writer and adjunct professor and knows way too many facts about Disney and cruises. She’s a DVC Member and WDW Annual Passholder and has a vast collection of Disney merchandise from Beauty and the Beast to Baby Yoda. Jennifer has her own blog, The Happiest Travels on Earth, where she offers reviews and tips for Disney and cruises!
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