‘Frozen’ helps Tokyo Disneyland break attendance records

Tokyo Disney Resort announces huge expansions for both of their parks 2


Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea drew in a combined record  31.38 million visitors in fiscal 2014, breaking the record for the third year in a row.

That is up 79,000 compared to the previous fiscal year, which happened during Tokyo Disneyland’s 30th anniversary.

The attendance jump is being blamed on the addition of a “Frozen” show at the park and a revamped Jungle Cruise.

Another big cause of the attendance jump is a rush of people trying to get to the park before the park increased ticket prices in April.

The future of Tokyo Disneyland includes an expanded Fantasyland and an all-new themed port at Tokyo DisneySea.  This is all part of a  500 billion yen investment in the park over the next 10 years.

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via Japan Times



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