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Tokyo Disney Resort Reveals Names, Details for 'Tangled,' 'Frozen,' and 'Peter Pan' Attractions


Tokyo Disney Resort has finally unveiled the names and exciting details of the three new themed areas that are set to open at Tokyo DisneySea in the near future. These areas, inspired by the popular Walt Disney Animation Studios films 'Tangled,' 'Frozen,' and 'Peter Pan,' will be part of the much-anticipated Fantasy Springs expansion.

The first area, called 'Rapunzel’s Forest,' will immerse guests in the magical world of 'Tangled.' Visitors will be able to explore Rapunzel's tower, the charming village, and the enchanted forest. The area will feature an exciting new ride where guests will join Rapunzel and Flynn Rider on their romantic lantern-lit boat journey, a dining experience at the Snuggly Duckling, and a special meet and greet area with Rapunzel herself.

The second area, 'Peter Pan’s Never Land,' promises to take guests on an unforgettable journey to the island where children never grow up. The centerpiece of this area will be an innovative flying ride, where guests will join Peter Pan and his friends on an exciting adventure, exploring iconic locations like Skull Rock and Mermaid Lagoon. The area will also include the Lost Boys' hideout, where guests can enjoy themed dining and shopping experiences.

Finally, the 'Frozen Kingdom' will transport guests to the enchanting world of Arendelle. Highlights of this area will include a thrilling ride that recreates Anna and Elsa's journey through the kingdom, a unique dining experience at Oaken's Trading Post, and a spectacular frozen castle that is sure to be a sight to behold.

"The new areas are designed to provide a unique and immersive experience that only Tokyo DisneySea can offer," said Toshio Kagami, CEO of Oriental Land Co., Ltd., the operator of Tokyo Disney Resort. "We believe these new attractions will captivate our guests, immersing them in the magic and adventure of Disney's storytelling like never before."

The addition of these themed areas marks a major expansion of Tokyo DisneySea. The Fantasy Springs expansion is part of a larger plan to enhance the overall guest experience at Tokyo Disney Resort. The entire project is estimated to cost around 250 billion yen ($2.3 billion) and is expected to be completed by 2025.

Disney fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the unveiling of these new attractions. With its innovative rides, immersive environments, and beloved characters, the Fantasy Springs expansion promises to be a magical addition to Tokyo DisneySea.


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