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Take a look at the new 'Frozen,' 'Tangled' and Peter Pan areas coming to Tokyo Disney

Guests can join Peter Pan and Tinker Bell in a quest to save John from Captain Hook in Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure.

Tokyo Disney is already on the bucket lists of many Disney fans, but there will be even more to see next spring when Tokyo DisneySea opens a major expansion built on fan-favorite franchises.

Fantasy Springs will be the park’s eighth port, which is DisneySea’s version of themed lands. 

It’ll feature three distinct areas – Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest and Peter Pan’s Never Land – as well as a new hotel called Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, which Disney says will be integrated into the park with multiple dining venues and “the finest accommodation experience at Tokyo Disney.”

Disney unveiled the names of the four new attractions coming to Fantasy Springs and other details Thursday. Here’s what fans can expect.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Guests can help Tinker Bell deliver packages to four seasonal areas of Pixie Hollow in Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies.

Anyone who has ever been to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom or Disneyland Park knows how popular Peter Pan is. Peter Pan’s Flight consistently has one of the highest wait times across both parks, and Tinker Bell is among one of the most beloved characters in Disney animation.

The new Peter Pan’s Never Land in Fantasy Springs will kick it up a notch with two unique attractions, both featuring Tinker Bell. Guests can help Tinker Bell deliver packages across Pixie Hollow in Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies and join Peter Pan and Tinker Bell in a 3-D quest to save John from Captain Hook and his pirates in Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure.

There will also be a pirate ship guests can explore and a themed counter-service restaurant called Lookout Cookout.

Peter Pan's Never Land will include two attractions and a new restaurant, Lookout Cutout.

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Rapunzel’s Forest

Guests can join Rapunzel for her "best day ever" at Rapunzel's Lantern Festival.

The “Tangled”-theme restrooms and photo spot in Magic Kingdom are about the closest fans get to Rapunzel’s world in the U.S., but they’ll be able to go even further in Japan.

Rapunzel’s Forest in Fantasy Springs will be home to a new attraction called Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, which Disney describes as “Rapunzel’s ‘best day ever’ as she falls in love with Flynn Rider on a romantic boat ride to the annual lantern festival.”

Guests can also see Rapunzel’s tower and dine in The Snuggly Duckling, a counter-service restaurant “where the local rough-and-tumble crowd gathers,” according to Disney.

Rapunzel's Forest will feature the new Rapunzel's Lantern Festival attraction and The Snuggly Duckling restaurant.

Frozen Kingdom

Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey follows the storyline of the first "Frozen" film.

The wildly popular Frozen franchise already has a Frozen Ever After attraction at EPCOT and another on the way at Hong Kong Disneyland. There’s also the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Shanghai Disney, but Tokyo Disney is getting a whole Frozen Kingdom in Fantasy Springs.


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