Tokyo DisneySea’s Fantasy Springs Opening Date Revealed

It’s a week of opening dates around the Disney Parks community and it’s seemingly capped off with the most expensive expansion any theme park has seen. Tokyo DisneySea will be opening their newest land, Fantasy Springs, on June 6th, 2024. Details were also announced on how guests will enter the land in those first few busy months. In this post, we’ll share the news and add in a few of our own thoughts! First, the news.

Oriental Land Co., Ltd. announced that Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed port at Tokyo DisneySea® Park, will open on June 6, 2024. To enter Fantasy Springs and experience the new areas and their attractions, a Standby Pass (available free of charge) or Disney Premier Access (available for a fee) will be required.

Fantasy Springs consists of three areas inspired by Walt Disney Animation Studios films: Frozen Kingdom (the Frozen-themed area), Rapunzel’s Forest (the Tangled-themed area) and Peter Pan’s Never Land (the Peter Pan-themed area), as well as the Disney hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel. Themed to magical springs that lead to a world of Disney fantasy, this new themed port will be the only one of its kind in the world.

We’ve covered many of the details before, but to refresh here’s a brief lay of the land. At the entrance to Fantasy Springs, nestled between Lost River Delta and Arabian Coast, guests will first be welcomed to this world of Disney fantasy by an entry archway adorned with magical springs representing Disney characters such as Anna, Elsa, Rapunzel and Peter Pan.

At Frozen Kingdom, with its beautiful views of the kingdom of Arendelle, guests can experience the Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey attraction and enjoy a heartwarming tale of two sisters that discover only true love can thaw a frozen heart, together with some of the well-known songs from the Disney Animation film Frozen.

In Rapunzel’s Forest stands a tower where the long-haired princess, Rapunzel, has lived since she was a child. Here, guests can experience the Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival attraction and take a romantic boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival.

Peter Pan’s Never Land offers spectacular scenery, which includes Captain Hook’s pirate ship and the iconic Skull Rock that guests may recall from the Disney Animation film Peter Pan. At the Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure attraction, guests join Peter Pan and his friends as they encounter Captain Hook and fly over Never Land. The Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies attraction in Pixie Hollow, the fairy valley where Tinker Bell lives, welcomes guests at fairy size to enjoy the changing seasons.

Additionally, guests can stop by new restaurants, a merchandise shop and more, each with their own unique charms that bring to life the worlds from the films. Furthermore, guests can enjoy a stay at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, which will be the sixth Disney hotel in Japan. This Park-integrated hotel comprises two buildings: the “deluxetype” Fantasy Chateau and the “luxury-type” Grand Chateau. With the addition of this new “luxury-type” option to the current lineup of “value-type,” “moderate-type” and “deluxe-type” hotels, guests can experience an even more personalized resort stay immersed in a Disney dream.

As for getting into the land, to enter Fantasy Springs and enjoy the new locations and attractions, a Standby Pass (available free of charge) or Disney Premier Access (available for a fee) for eligible attractions in Fantasy Springs will be required, in addition to a valid Park ticket for Tokyo DisneySea. With a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access for an attraction in Fantasy Springs, guests will be able to enter Fantasy Springs at a specified time to enjoy both the new area and the attraction.

Standby Pass is available on the Tokyo Disney Resort App, and guests can obtain a Standby Pass free of charge after entering the Park. Guests will be able to experience any of the four attractions at Fantasy Springs with a Standby Pass. Once guests obtain a Standby Pass, they will be able to enter Fantasy Springs to explore the new area and experience the selected attraction at a designated time.

Disney Premier Access is available for a fee, and guests can purchase Disney Premier Access using the Tokyo Disney Resort App after entering the Park. Guests will be able to experience three attractions at Fantasy Springs with Disney Premier Access. With Disney Premier Access for an attraction at Fantasy Springs, guests will be able to enter Fantasy Springs at a specified time to explore the new area and experience the selected attraction with a reduced wait time, offering convenience and added flexibility for those who wish to maximize their visit to this new area.

Since opening in 2001, Tokyo DisneySea has been transformed after undergoing the largest development in its history, spanning an area of approximately 140,000 m2. Taking just over five years from the start of construction in May 2019, there has been a total investment of approximately 320 billion yen in this project.

The addition of the new themed port, Fantasy Springs, to the world’s only Disney Park themed to the sea promises to deliver even more moments filled with adventure and imagination to guests in Japan and from around the world. Guests can delight in the beginning of a new story at Tokyo DisneySea. To go along with this news, Tokyo Disney Resort has added to their website with more video, photos and concept art for people to enjoy!

Volcano boat in focus night TDS


There’s not a lot to add about an opening date. The Oriental Land Company, who runs Tokyo Disney Resort, has said spring for nearly a year now. June 6th is really pushing the boundaries of spring and I expected April but I don’t think that’s much to be up in arms about. Getting the land out before summer should have the park buzzing all the way through the end of 2024.

As for the entry process, this is also no surprise. Tokyo Disneyland enacted a similar process to ride Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast when it opened. I do think this will be more complicated thanks to the land having so much in it. Going in the first few months and expecting to get on the four rides in the land in one day might be asking a bit much. Thankfully, we’ll have months to pour over a touring strategy.

Overall, I couldn’t be more excited for the land and we’re hoping to be there as close to opening day as possible to review Fantasy Springs and give some strategy on the touring process. In the meantime, we’ll make sure to update anytime there’s news to share!

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      • No, that one is operated by Disney. Just the Tokyo parks for the Oriental Land Company.

      • Ah, I see. Just Tokyo Disneyland. Cause Shanghai Disneyland are pretty technologically advanced too. Is that just cause Asia is so hi-tech?

      • I’m sure that there is a little something to it being high tech but I would think that Shanghai is more up to date just because of it opening fairly recently? I more hypothesizing there because I haven’t been to Shanghai but I know some of the ride systems are the latest and greatest.

      • I’m sure Shanghai Disneyland opening recently helped them stay more up-to-date. I haven’t been there either, but I want to go there because of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.

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