As Tokyo Disney Resort continues to grow and evolve in also currently in preparation for this year’s Summer Olympic Games in the resort is building massive expansion projects for both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Tokyo Disneyland will be getting a some major upgrades while Tokyo DisneySea will be getting a numerous Disney themed expansions. Disney Sea will be getting themed areas from Tangled, Peter Pan, and Frozen for a whopping cost of 250 billion yen (roughly around $2.5-$2.7 billion USD).
However one of these new expansions was Disney Sea’s Fantasy Springs project and which was announced by The Oriental Land Company for their newest port that both Disney and the OLC have ever done. The OLC have announced the Fantasy Springs project has been bumped towards fiscal year 2023 for starting operations instead of 2022. OLC’s fiscal year runs from April 1st-March 31st by the company.
Ticket prices have increased for the resort such as for example for a one-day passports for adults will increase from 7,500 yen ($69.18 USD) to 8,200 yen ($75.74 USD) for both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. The resort also announced that they will give guests with disabilities, as they will go into affect starting on April 1st, 2020.
Stay tuned for further updates for the Tokyo Disney Resort as more information gets announced later on by Disney and the Oriental Land Co., Ltd.
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