Get ready to embark on an extraordinary adventure, Disney fans! Tokyo DisneySea has just unveiled its spectacular new-themed land, Fantasy Springs, and it’s nothing short of magical! Blending the enchanting worlds of “Peter Pan,” “Frozen,” and “Tangled,” this $2 billion expansion transforms dreams into reality across a sprawling 140,000 square meters. As the park’s eighth “port,” Fantasy Springs marks the largest expansion since DisneySea opened its watery wonders to the world in 2001.

From the moment visitors enter through the rocky tunnel, sculpted intricately with shapes inspired by beloved Disney characters, Fantasy Springs promises an immersive experience like no other. Just beyond the mesmerizing Magic Fountain entrance lies a treasure trove of delights: four brand new rides, a luxurious hotel, and eight tantalizing dining options.

One of the standout attractions is Rapunzel’s Forest, the first-ever “Tangled”-inspired area, where you can explore the kingdom of Corona and float along on Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival. The thematically marvelous Snuggly Duckling tavern offers delights such as cheeseburgers and scrumptious German-style pancakes.

Venture into Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure and join the boy who never grows up on an exhilarating six-minute quest to save John Darling from Captain Hook using groundbreaking projection technology. For families, a whimsical buggy ride through Pixie Hollow awaits. Don’t miss out on the tasty treats at the Lookout Cookout restaurant or the magical roast beef-flavored popcorn available onsite!

Frozen Kingdom rounds out the magic with a mesmerizing ride featuring Anna and Elsa, complete with sing-along settings for your favorite hits. Dine like royalty at the Royal Banquet of Arendelle and indulge in Scandinavian-inspired baked goodies at Oaken’s OK Foods, where you can recall the friendly shopkeeper from Frozen’s Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post.

Guests can even stay in Fantasy Springs! The new Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel offers options like the 419-room Fantasy Chateau and the opulent 56-room Grand Chateau. Enjoy three dining venues, from a Disney forest-inspired restaurant to the elegant French eatery Le Rebellure.

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(Article inspired by Maggie Hiufu Wong at CNN. Original story here: [CNN](