Tokyo Disney Resort announces its plans through 2020


Tokyo Disney Resort announced some big changes are coming to the park as it adds new attractions and experiences for its guests through the 2020 fiscal year.

One of the biggest announcements was a new area anchored by a major attraction themed to Beauty and the Beast.

Here is the description of the new Beauty and the Beast attraction coming to the park:

Guests board enchanted serving dishes that dance in rhythm tothe film’s well-known music and follow Belle on a romantic musical adventure inside the enchanted Castle where she dances her way into the heart of the Beast, just in time to break the fateful spell. Guests will feel like they have entered right into the film.


The park will also be building a new full-scale indoor theater for live entertainment, the first of its kind in Tokyo Disneyland.  The theater is projected to hold about 1,500 persons.


Over in Tomorrowland, a new Big Hero 6 attraction will be opening, which sounds to be a lot like Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree at Disney California Adventure. Here is the description of the attraction:

The lovable robot Baymax, from the Disney film, Big Hero 6, invites Guests to join their own personal healthcare companion for an exciting musical “whip ride” that swings them unpredictably round and round.

There will also be a new shop themed to outer space and selling popcorn in multiple flavors opening near the Big Hero 6 attraction.


And last but not least for Tokyo Disneyland, the park will also be getting a new Character greeting facility where Guests can meet Minnie Mouse located in Toontown.


Over at Toyko DisneySea, the park will be getting the popular Soarin’ attraction in 2019, which is already located at Epcot at Walt Disney World and Disney California Adventure and soon-to-be Shanghai Disneyland as well.  The attraction will be located in the Mediterranean Harbor section of the park.

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