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  1. The expansion at Tokyo DisneySea will create an eighth themed port that is inspired by a magical spring leading to a world of Disney fantasy. The themed port will be comprised of three distinct areas recreating the worlds of the Disney films Frozen, Tangled and Peter Pan, as well as a deluxe hotel with a one-of-a-kind luxury wing that will be the most luxurious accommodations ever at Tokyo Disney Resort®. Also, four new attractions will be developed just for this expansion. Operations are projected to begin in fiscal year 2022*. Oriental Land will invest about 250 billion yen in this project, the largest additional investment to date for existing facilities.

    Site to be developed: the Guest parking area adjacent to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo
    DisneySea, which will be relocated so that the Tokyo DisneySea property can expand
    into that space
    The new themed port will be connected to other areas of the Park through a pathway between Arabian Coast and Lost River Delta.

    Frozen Area (Arendelle)

    - Set after the events of the film Frozen
    - One boat attraction
    - One restaurant set inside Arendelle Castle at the foot of snow-capped mountains

    Tangled Area (Forest)

    - One attraction (gondolas)
    - One restaurant inspired by the hideout of the humourous thugs

    Peter Pan Area (Neverland)

    - Two attractions
    1. Guests fly over the jungles of Neverland and battle with Captain Hook
    2. Guests are immersed in the world of Pixie Hollow
    - One restaurant inspired by the Lost Boys

    Themed to Disney fantasy, the new Disney hotel will be located inside the Park. The hotel will rise above and around the magical springs that serve as the core of the new themed port’s story. Park-facing rooms will provide beautiful views of the port’s majestic landscape, affording Guests a magical experience that can only be had at this hotel. The Disney hotel will offer 475 deluxe-type and luxury-type guest rooms, with the latter providing the finest accommodations in Tokyo Disney Resort. A merchandise shop that helps share the story of the magical springs will be found on the hotel’s first floor, facing the Park.

  2. Beauty and the Beast Ride and New Theater

  3. New Fantasyland

    DisneySea Soarin

  4. Parking update

    Main entrance update

  5. fradz is offline Senior Park Investigator
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    Jun 2017
    Oriental Land announces plans to expand Tokyo Disney Resort, but NO third theme park:

    Oriental Land Co. on Sunday officially announced plans to expand Tokyo Disney Resort. The operator of TDR is planning to expand one of its two theme parks, either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea. It ruled out the possibility of establishing a third theme park. It will announce more information about the plan, such as new attractions and when the expansion will be complete, as soon as the details are confirmed.

    “We would like to create a Tokyo Disney Resort that fulfills new dreams. Currently, we are planning the park’s expansion and looking into how to expand our park,” said Oriental Land Chairman Toshio Kagami at a ceremony commemorating the 35th anniversary, and giving the first official word on the expansion plans, reported last November, which aim to increase visitor numbers and reduce congestion.

    Details of the expansion and when it will happen have not yet been determined. A project to turn the existing ground-level parking lot into a multistory car park tower is scheduled to be completed in fiscal 2019. The development will free up land and open the way for new features to be added. The expansion project is expected to start after the parking revamp is complete.

    Tokyo Disney Resort drew 30.1 million visitors in fiscal 2017, marking the fifth year in a row in which more than 30 million people have passed through its gates. The theme park’s success means the need to reduce congestion has become more pressing.

    More attractions to be completed over the next few years include one named “ Soarin’,” which will open at Tokyo DisneySea in 2019, and a "Beauty and the Beast"-themed facility to be added at Tokyo Disneyland in 2020.

    Source: Asahi Shimbun and Japan News

  6. New Small World

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