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You Can Kiss the Port of Arendelle Goodbye at DisneySea

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  • You Can Kiss the Port of Arendelle Goodbye at DisneySea

    Wondering about why the whole Frozen Land suddenly vanished from Tokyo DisneySea's future? Today it was announced as part of a 1.4 Billion expansion at Hong Kong Disneyland. And so you won't see it in Tokyo. This leaves DisneySea with an upgraded Stormrider attraction for this summer, and Soarin' Over the World in 2019. And that's all we know.
    Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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    Hong Kong Disneyland expansion plans have no effect on what happens at Tokyo Disney Resort. As for the Tokyo Disney Sea expansion they have slowed down a little on the timeline, but nothing has been shelved.

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    • #3
      Hong Kong will be the first park to feature a Frozen section and if that proves to be a hit (which it most likely will) it will most certainly not be the last.

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      • #4
        Whether we see Frozenland in Tokyo or not I'm sure there will be a new land at TDS some time in the future

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          No Frozen Land in DisneySea for at least 5 years from opening in Hong Kong Disneyland--that makes it 2025 at the earliest. I wouldn't bet on it. By then the Oriental Land Company will be well into construction (if it hasn't already finished) on that final parcel of land to the left of Indy.
          Last edited by Fukai; 11-27-2016, 05:49 PM.
          Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fukai View Post
            No Frozen Land in DisneySea for at least 5 years from opening in Hong Kong Disneyland--that makes it 2025 at the earliest. I wouldn't bet on it. By then the Oriental Land Company will be well into construction (if it hasn't already finished) on that final parcel of land to the left of Indy.
            What construction? Are you saying that there's something else planned for that specific site?

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            • #7
              Of course. We just don't know what it is yet.
              Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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              • #8
                you do guys know that Disney seas Scandanavian port is not all frozen, and its still in the works in a much bigger way unlike HK and DL.
                the port is till in the blue sky process.the first version was scrapped and WDI reffered it to HKDL and after that they started recreating Scandanavian port(not entirely frozen) they are still waiting for the sequel to be released so they could start working for the new port.

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                • #9
                  and there is still a huge Frozen prescence to the parks and theyre integrating Frozen in Dreamlights and the nighttime spectacular Frozen Forever that started on January 13th and a special event during winter `Anna and Elsa`s Frozen fantasy` and a special parade Frozen Fantasy Parade. So, the Frozen craze is not dead yet and besides its the highest grossing Animated film in Japan.

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                  • #10
                    Reliable sources told me that plans for a Scandanavian/Frozen Port in DisneySea was temporarily put on hold, but it WILL happen. Ambitious plans for the Fantasyland expansion was also affected, and it all had to do with huge construction costs that coincides with the preparation for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Construction labor is scarce and is particularly expensive in Japan, so priority went to massive projects for the Olympics. In the meantime, Tokyo Disney wanted to fast track modified expansion plans (original plans included relocating small world and building a two-story version of the attraction) so tourists coming in for the big games can also enjoy the resort. But Arendelle is still in the works, but at a later time.

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