Excitement is in the air at Tokyo Disney Resort, as they gear up to unveil the largest expansion in over two decades! On June 6, the enchanting new Fantasy Springs area will open, featuring beloved worlds from Disney’s “Frozen” and other fan-favorite titles. This magical addition is set to captivate visitors new and old, offering both a nostalgic joy and fresh adventures.

Oriental Land, the visionary operator behind Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, showcased the new Fantasy Springs area to eager journalists recently. This dazzling expansion aims to inspire a new wave of enchanted memories while boosting visitor numbers and enhancing the overall guest experience at the prestigious four-decade-old resort.

Fantasy Springs is an imaginative delight, with snowy landscapes reminiscent of Arendelle from “Frozen,” allowing guests to walk in Elsa and Anna’s shoes (or ice skates, perhaps!). Alongside, sections themed to timeless classics like “Peter Pan” promise to whisk visitors away to the star-lit skies of Neverland. These immersive environments will not only attract younger audiences but also rekindle the magic Disney fans have cherished for years.

Tokyo Disney Resort continues to push boundaries in theme park innovation, melding state-of-the-art attraction design with beloved Disney storytelling. This expansion is poised to set a new benchmark for themed entertainment, ensuring that Tokyo Disney remains a radiant beacon of magic and wonder.

As we count down the days to the grand opening, the anticipation is palpable. We eagerly await the enchanting experiences that await in Fantasy Springs. What are you most excited to see? Will it be Elsa’s ice palace or the night skies of Neverland?

Share your thoughts and excitement in the comments below and don’t forget to spread the magic by sharing this article with fellow Disney enthusiasts. For more magical updates, stay tuned to Mickey News!

*Credit to Mai Kitagawa and the Nikkei staff for the original reporting. Read their full coverage [here](https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Travel-Leisure/Tokyo-Disney-aims-to-keep-magic-alive-with-new-Frozen-Peter-Pan-areas).*