URAYASU, CHIBA—Tokyo Disney Resort® will host a variety of special events, programs and activities at Tokyo DisneySea® Park, Tokyo Disneyland® Park, the Disney hotels, and the Disney Resort Line from January 13 through March 17, 2017. There is something for everyone to enjoy this winter season at Tokyo Disney Resort.
At Tokyo Disneyland, Guests can experience a fantastical world of snow and ice from morning to night with “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy,” the special event themed to the Disney film Frozen. New this winter is “Frozen Forever,” a nighttime entertainment spectacular projected on the exterior of Cinderella Castle. Guests can also see Anna, Elsa and Olaf in the “Frozen Fantasy Parade.” And at the Castle Forecourt in front of Cinderella Castle, Anna, Elsa and Olaf will sing and dance with younger Guests in the greeting show, “Anna and Elsa’s Winter Greeting.”
At Tokyo DisneySea, the 15th Anniversary celebration that began April 15 is now reaching its climax and the Park is preparing to bring it to a close in style with “Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary: The Year of Wishes ― Grand Finale.” For this limited time only, the Disney Friends will perform in a special version of “Crystal Wishes Journey” wearing new costumes that make their “Crystals of Wishes” shine even brighter, and the show will also feature soap bubbles that float through the sky to celebrate the Grand Finale. A nighttime performance will be added for the grand finale period and Guests will enjoy the special sparkle of crystals unique to an evening show.
Duffy, ShellieMay, Gelatoni and their made-with-love sweets are the inspiration behind this winter’s “Sweet Duffy” program, which features cute decorations, special merchandise and new menus, perfect for Guests to immerse themselves in the story. There will also be a photo location that recreates the scene in the story where Duffy and his friends give their handmade sweets to Mickey and Minnie. And for those seeking more thrills, Tokyo DisneySea Park will again offer a scarier version of its terrifying attraction, Tower of Terror: Level 13 “Shadow of Shiriki.”
The three Disney hotels within Tokyo Disney Resort will offer room keys with designs linked to the special events held at the Parks. They will also serve special menus inspired by the special events.
The Disney Resort Line will operate a monorail train decorated for “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy,” and for the first time, Resort Gateway Station will also feature decorations linked to this special event. Guests can also purchase day pass tickets with designs from the “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy” special event at Tokyo Disneyland and from the “Sweet Duffy” special program at Tokyo DisneySea. In addition, day pass tickets with a limited design inspired by “Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary: The Year of Wishes ― Grand Finale” will be sold.