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Disney reveals concept designs for upcoming Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea
POSTED 19 Apr 2021 . BY Tom Walker
Fantasy Springs will be the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea Credit: Disney
Three videos show new concept designs for US$2.26bn Fantasy Springs expansion
New area will be eight port at Tokyo's DisneySea
The development will take up 140,000sq m (1.5 million sq ft)
Work on the expansion began in 2019 and is expected to be completed by 2023
Disney has unveiled three videos showing parts of the concept model for Fantasy Springs, a new themed port set to open at Tokyo DisneySea Park in 2023.

The ¥250bn (US$2.26bn, €1.95bn, £1.7bn) expansion will include a Disney luxury hotel and three separate areas, each dedicated to a different Walt Disney Animation Studios film – “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan".

Each area will house individually themed attractions, restaurants, and immersive spaces.

Fantasy Springs will be the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea, and it’s the largest ever since the opening of the park.

In the Frozen area, guests can explore the kingdom of Arendelle, which will feature the boat ride already in existence at Disney's Epcot theme park and under development at Hong Kong Disneyland. In addition, a restaurant inside the castle will sit at the foot of a snow-covered mountain scene.

Rapunzel's tower will be the iconic attraction for the Tangled area, which will allow visitors to explore the forest and tower where she lives. The area will also include an attraction that follows Rapunzel to the lantern festival and a restaurant inspired by the hideout of the film's thugs.

Never Land, the home of Peter Pan, will be home to two attractions and a restaurant. Landmarks include Never Land's mountains, Captain Hook's pirate ship and Skull Rock. The first attraction will be a flight simulator, taking guests over the jungles of Never Land into a battle with Captain Hook. The second attraction will take guest to Pixie Hollow, the home of Tinker Bell. The area's restaurant is inspired by the Lost Boys' hideout.

The hotel will be themed to Disney fantasy and will offer views of the entire port area. It will offer 475 bedrooms, while a retail store will be available on the first floor, as well as two restaurants.

The development will take up 140,000sq m (1.5 million sq ft), with 100,000sq m (1.1 million sq ft) dedicated to the theme park and hotel. With the expansion, the licensing agreement between Disney and the Oriental Land Company – which currently runs until 2046 – has been extended to 2076.

Fantasy Springs was first announced in 2018 and construction work began in 2019.

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Disney reveals concept designs for upcoming Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea
POSTED 19 Apr 2021 . BY Tom Walker
Fantasy Springs will be the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea Credit: Disney
Three videos show new concept designs for US$2.26bn Fantasy Springs expansion
New area will be eight port at Tokyo's DisneySea
The development will take up 140,000sq m (1.5 million sq ft)
Work on the expansion began in 2019 and is expected to be completed by 2023
Disney has unveiled three videos showing parts of the concept model for Fantasy Springs, a new themed port set to open at Tokyo DisneySea Park in 2023.

The ¥250bn (US$2.26bn, €1.95bn, £1.7bn) expansion will include a Disney luxury hotel and three separate areas, each dedicated to a different Walt Disney Animation Studios film – “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan".

Each area will house individually themed attractions, restaurants, and immersive spaces.

Fantasy Springs will be the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea, and it’s the largest ever since the opening of the park.

In the Frozen area, guests can explore the kingdom of Arendelle, which will feature the boat ride already in existence at Disney's Epcot theme park and under development at Hong Kong Disneyland. In addition, a restaurant inside the castle will sit at the foot of a snow-covered mountain scene.

Rapunzel's tower will be the iconic attraction for the Tangled area, which will allow visitors to explore the forest and tower where she lives. The area will also include an attraction that follows Rapunzel to the lantern festival and a restaurant inspired by the hideout of the film's thugs.

Never Land, the home of Peter Pan, will be home to two attractions and a restaurant. Landmarks include Never Land's mountains, Captain Hook's pirate ship and Skull Rock. The first attraction will be a flight simulator, taking guests over the jungles of Never Land into a battle with Captain Hook. The second attraction will take guest to Pixie Hollow, the home of Tinker Bell. The area's restaurant is inspired by the Lost Boys' hideout.

The hotel will be themed to Disney fantasy and will offer views of the entire port area. It will offer 475 bedrooms, while a retail store will be available on the first floor, as well as two restaurants.

The development will take up 140,000sq m (1.5 million sq ft), with 100,000sq m (1.1 million sq ft) dedicated to the theme park and hotel. With the expansion, the licensing agreement between Disney and the Oriental Land Company – which currently runs until 2046 – has been extended to 2076.

Fantasy Springs was first announced in 2018 and construction work began in 2019.

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