Disney fans, brace yourselves for some magical news! Tokyo DisneySea is unveiling its largest expansion yet, Fantasy Springs, on June 6, 2024. This enchanting addition features three fantastical realms: Frozen Kingdom, Peter Pan’s Never Land, and Rapunzel’s Forest, along with a luxurious new hotel. Let’s dive into the spellbinding details!

First up, Peter Pan’s Never Land! This section offers two exhilarating rides. “Peter Pan’s Neverland Adventure” is a six-minute, 3D ride that pulls you into the classic 1953 tale, reuniting you with Peter, Wendy, and their merry crew as they fly, fight pirates, and frolic with the Lost Kids. The second ride is perfect for the little ones: a two-minute buggy ride through Pixie Hollow, where Tinker Bell takes you on a whimsical parcel delivery mission. Don’t forget to grab a bite at Lookout Cookout, a Lost Kids-themed eatery serving up chicken tenders, seaweed fritters, and more in a delightful treehouse setting.

Frozen Kingdom brings the stunning Arandelle Castle to life. The highlight here is “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey,” a 6.5-minute boat ride filled with mesmerizing animatronics and projection mapping that makes the magic of Frozen leap off the screen. Close by, Oaken’s OK Foods serves up mouth-watering snacks like cardamom-infused Yoo-Hoo Bread with spiced meat and lingonberry jam, perfect for a quick refuel.

Now, for the pièce de résistance: Rapunzel’s Forest. This area features the world’s first ride dedicated to the beloved “Tangled” film. “Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival” is a serene five-minute boat ride that takes you through Rapunzel’s romantic lantern-lit adventure with Flynn Rider. To savor more of Rapunzel’s world, dine at The Snuggly Duckling, a lively tavern that accommodates up to 620 guests with treats like duckling-yellow burgers and strawberry lemon Dutch baby pancakes.

Tokyo DisneySea’s expansion also includes the opulent Disney Fantasy Springs Hotel. Guests have options ranging from the deluxe Fantasy Chateau with 419 rooms to the ultra-luxurious Grand Chateau with 56 rooms. Prices start at ¥63,500 per night for deluxe rooms, while luxury rooms begin at ¥300,000. These accommodations offer unbeatable park access and special attraction passes, making them a must for hard-core Disney enthusiasts.

Tokyo DisneySea park tickets for visits from June through mid-July are now available online, costing between ¥8,900 and ¥10,900 depending on the date. Head over to the official Tokyo DisneySea website for more details and booking information.

So, Disney fans, what are you most excited to experience at Fantasy Springs? Share your thoughts and favorite attractions in the comments! Don’t forget to spread the magic by sharing this with fellow Disney lovers. Let’s keep the conversation going!

For complete details and bookings visit the official [Tokyo DisneySea website](https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/tds/). Original source of this news is Time Out Tokyo.