Attraction names revealed for Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo Disney Resort has announced the names of the attractions in Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed Port in Tokyo DisneySea, which is set to open in spring 2024.

Fantasy Springs
Concept art courtesy of Disney

Fantasy Springs includes three areas: Frozen Kingdom (inspired by “Frozen”), Rapunzel’s Forest (inspired by “Tangled”), and Peter Pan’s Never Land (inspired by “Peter Pan”). Fantasy Springs also includes the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, restaurants, and shopping.

Frozen Kingdom

Set after the events of “Frozen,” Elsa has embraced her powers to create ice and snow. The Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey attraction is a six-and-a-half-minute water ride that follows the film’s story. The attraction also features the film’s well-known songs.

Fantasy Springs - Frozen Kingdom

Guests can also dine at the Royal Banquet of Arendelle counter-service restaurant in Arendelle Castle, which has indoor dining as well as a covered outdoor dining area with views of the fjord cliffs and mountains in the distance or stop by Oaken’s OK Foods (also counter-service), run the friendly owner of the trading post and sauna featured in the film.

Rapunzel’s Forest

Rapunzel’s Forest features a tower where the long-haired princess has lived since childhood. Here, guests can enjoy the five-minute Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival attraction and experience Rapunzel’s “best day ever” as she falls in love with Flynn Rider on a romantic boat ride.

Fantasy Springs - Rapunzel's Forest

Guests can also enjoy a meal at The Snuggly Duckling counter-service restaurant.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

In the “Peter Pan-“themed area, guests can explore a pirate ship, dine in a secret hideaway, and ride the six-minute Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure attraction, where they’ll explore Never Land with the Los Kids,  Peter Pan, and Tinker Bell to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates.

Fantasy Springs - Peter Pan's Never Land

Guests can also dine at Lookout Cookout, a counter-service restaurant with spectacular views of Never Land created by the Lost Kids from parts of a shipwreck that washed ashore.

In Pixie Hollow, the fairy valley where Tinker Bell lives, guests can experience the two-minute Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies attraction and help Tink deliver parcels and packages to four seasonal locations.

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

The 475-room park-integrated Disney hotel includes two buildings: The Fantasy Chateau, featuring 419 “deluxe-type” rooms, and The Grand Chateau, offering 56 “luxury-type” rooms.

Fantasy Springs Hotel

The hotel also has Fantasy Springs Gifts, a first-floor merchandise shop accessible only from within the park, and three dining facilities (all facing the park):

  • Fantasy Springs Restaurant – Guests can dine buffet-style with décor inspired by “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Tangled,” and “Sleeping Beauty.”
  • Grand Paradis Lounge – A lobby lounge with large, open windows
  • La Libellule – A restaurant exclusively for guests staying in the Grand Chateau, offering French cuisine and views of Fantasy Springs

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Disneysea's Fantasy Springs, Concept to Real Life, at Tokyo Disney Resort

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