If you have been to Magic Kingdom, you have likely seen the pretty Tangled themed restrooms next to its a small world. It really is a shame there isn’t more attention to the ride anywhere in the parks. Until now…
Today, Tokyo Disney Resort debuted three videos showing parts of the exciting concept model of Fantasy Springs, a new themed port, which will open at Tokyo DisneySea Park in 2023. This will be the eighth themed port in Tokyo DisneySea, and it’s the largest ever since the opening of the park!
Fantasy Springs will include a Disney luxury/deluxe hotel and three separate areas, each dedicated to a different Walt Disney Animation Studios film: “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan.” Attractions, restaurants, and immersive spaces will lead guests into the world of each story.
Take a look at these videos of each new area:
“Tangled,” showing the tower of Rapunzel overlooking a forest
“Frozen,” which portrays Arendelle Castle at the foot of a beautiful snow-capped mountain
“Peter Pan,” displaying Peter’s home of Never Land and a pirate ship
The concept model you see in the videos is one-fiftieth of the actual size of the port. During the development process, Walt Disney Imagineering uses concept art, drawings, and models to plan out the arrangement and size of buildings and area development. The model is painted and shot from different angles to provide more concrete views of Fantasy Springs.
For the past two decades, Tokyo DisneySea has continued to evolve and offer guests even more magical experiences to enjoy. Stay tuned for more information on this exciting new expansion project in Tokyo DisneySea!
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