There is a LOT of newness happening over at Tokyo Disneyland.
The resort is currently making was for a major expansion that will include theming from Peter Pan, Frozen, and Tangled, plus they just opened a new Toy Story-themed hotel. And those are not the only new project in the works!
Space Mountain is a fan favorite in many of the Disney parks all over the world. And now, Tokyo Disney has announced that fans who frequent Tokyo Disneyland will have to say a brief goodbye to the beloved rollercoaster in 2024 to prepare the ride, and the surrounding area, for a huge renovation.
A new Tomorrowland Plaza that focuses on expressing “the connection between Earth and the universe, representing an image of a future where humans are in harmony with nature” will be opening in 2027. While the indoor rollercoaster ride will stay largely the same, guests will experience “enhanced performance and immersive special effects” on the new version of the ride.
The project is expected to cost about 56 billion JPY. Disney states that the new plaza will offer guests “moments of rest and relaxation” and include icons that will “create a sense of hope for the future.”
While this certainly is going to be a large project, we’re looking forward to seeing the progress on this project when it begins. Stay tuned to AllEars for more!
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