Fantasy Springs at Tokyo Disney Resort: A Complete Guide

by | May 7, 2024 | Tokyo Disney Resort, Tokyo DisneySea

Your comprehensive guide to Fantasy Springs, an upcoming land at Tokyo Disney Resort with areas themed to Peter Pan, Tangled, and Frozen.

Since it was announced, fans have eagerly awaited an opening date for Fantasy Springs, a new expansion coming to Tokyo Disney Resort in June 2024. The new area coming to the park will include three separate lands and a hotel. The area will include lands themed after Peter Pan, Frozen, and Tangled, each including one to two attractions and a dining experience. Additionally, the opening will include a new hotel, the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel. We’ll be sharing your comprehensive guide to the area with everything that will be included in the exciting expansion.

Fantasy Springs

Fantasy Springs will open on June 6, 2024, at Tokyo DisneySea. The area will include the opening of a brand new hotel, along with three new lands: Rapunzel’s Forest, Peter Pan’s Never Land, and Frozen Kingdom. This will mark the first-ever lands themed after Peter Pan and Tangled. While World of Frozen currently exists at Hong Kong Disneyland, Frozen Kingdom will offer original content you won’t find anywhere else.

The new area will be located between the Arabian Coast and Lost River Delta and will be the eighth port at Tokyo DisneySea. The land is themed to a magical spring that leads to a world of Disney fantasy.

Fantasy Springs Areas

Let’s take a closer look at the three areas that will make up Fantasy Springs! Along with a new hotel, areas will be themed to Peter Pan, Tangled, and Frozen. You can check out a sneak peek behind the scenes in the video below.

Rapunzel’s Forest

For the first time ever, fans of the movie Tangled will be able to step into Rapunzel’s world. Rapunzel’s Forest will be the Tangled-themed area of Fantasy Springs, offering a ride and restaurant.

Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival

The Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival attraction lets guests experience Rapunzel’s “best day ever,” where Rapunzel falls in love with Flynn Rider on a romantic boat ride to the Lantern Festival.

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The journey begins at Rapunzel’s tower, where you’ll spot her singing “When Will My Life Begin” while Flynn Rider watches on. Rapunzel later escapes from the tower, and you will get to visit locations you’ll recognize from the movie. The ride ends at the Lantern Festival, alongside the recognizable song “I See the Light,” as glowing lanterns float by.

The Snuggly Duckling

Along with the attraction, guests can dine at The Snuggly Duckling, bringing the spot from the movie to life. Here, you can enjoy menu items like Duckling’s Dream Cheeseburger or Sweet Ever After Dessert, which is served in a frying pan.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Peter Pan’s Never Land takes you to Never Land, living out adventures with Peter Pan, the Lost Kids, and Captain Hook. The area will be home to two different attractions and a dining location.

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure

In Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, join Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, and the Lost Kids to rescue John from Captain Hook. Board a flying boat sprinkled with pixie dust by Tinker Bell. On the ride, encounter recognizable faces such as Wendy, Michael, the mermaids, and the Jolly Roger!

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Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies

Head to Pixie Hollow, where you’ll find Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies. On this attraction, you’re shrunk to the size of a fairy, where you can explore fairy valleys over the changing seasons.

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At the size of a fairy, you’ll be shocked at the size of items like flowers, mushrooms, painting utensils, and even a piece of cheese as you drive by!

Lookout Cookout

The Lookout Cookout restaurant is made from parts of a shipwreck that washed ashore in Never Land. Here you’ll discover items from the Lost Kids in their self-made hideout. The menu includes items like the Lost Kids’ Snack Box with chicken tenders, seaweed fritters, banana chips, and shrimp chips. You’ll also be able to enjoy items like the Pixie Dust Soda (Kiwi), which is made with a star that dissolves just like pixie dust.

Never Land Popcorn Wagon

The land will also be home to a new popcorn flavor — Roast Beef! The popcorn will feature a robust flavor seasoned with salt and black pepper and roasted meat and gravy aromas.

Frozen Kingdom

Frozen Kingdom will bring the world of Frozen to life in an entirely new way. While World of Frozen currently exists at Hong Kong Disneyland, Frozen Kingdom will bring a brand new attraction based on the beloved franchise.

Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey

Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey will be a boat ride taking you through scenes from Frozen. The story begins with Grand Pabbie retelling the tale of the first film, with songs including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” “For the First Time in Forever,” “Love Is an Open Door,” and “Let It Go.” The story will continue through the end, as Anna is turned into ice to help save her sister from Hans.

The Royal Banquet of Arendelle

At the Royal Banquet of Arendelle, Anna and Elsa have opened the gates to the castle, which has been transformed into a dining area. The restaurant has indoor and covered outdoor dining areas with a gorgeous view of the fjord cliffs and mountains.

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Oaken’s OK Foods

For a quick-service option, head to Oaken’s OK Foods, where you can enjoy Scandinavian specialties. The menu will include cardamom bread filled with Scandinavian-style spiced meat and lingonberry jam.

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Located right next to Fantasy Springs, you can immerse yourself in the land by staying at the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel. The hotel features interiors inspired by the Disney Princesses, with flora and fauna motifs themed to Fantasy Springs. The hotel will also feature three dining experiences: Fantasy Springs Restaurant, Grand Paradis Lounge, and La Libellule.

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Fantasy Springs Restaurant will offer a buffet-style dining experience. The restaurant has paintings inspired by films like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Tangled, and Sleeping Beauty. At La Libellule, you can order French cuisine while enjoying views of Fantasy Springs from the dining hall. Finally, you can head to Grand Paradis Lounge, a lobby lounge with large, open windows. Disney also shared that the hotel will include a merchandise store where guests can pick up a souvenir from their visit.

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Morgan is the Staff Editor for WDW Magazine. A lifelong Disney fan, her dream day involves just about anything to do with Animal Kingdom. Along with several years of experience writing about Disney, Morgan has also written as a contributing writer for Well + Good, Scary Mommy, Brit + Co, and Baby Chick.
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Morgan is the Staff Editor for WDW Magazine. A lifelong Disney fan, her dream day involves just about anything to do with Animal Kingdom. Along with several years of experience writing about Disney, Morgan has also written as a contributing writer for Well + Good, Scary Mommy, Brit + Co, and Baby Chick.
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