10 Hidden Details at Fantasy Springs

Here we go! We’re so close to the BEST DAY EVER as we prepare for the opening of Fantasy Springs on June 6, 2024 at Tokyo DisneySea. This port is packed with so much thought and detail by Disney Imagineers, from Rapunzel’s newest paintings inside The Snuggly Duckling down to Captain Hook’s ship!

Although it’s hard to even scratch the surface of all there is to discover, here are 10 of our favorite hidden easter eggs and can’t-miss details unique to Fantasy Springs:

Rock work you can find characters from some of your favorite Walt Disney Animation Studios films
1. Hidden Disney Characters in Fantasy Springs

As soon as you approach the new port entryway, you will stumble upon a beautiful archway with magical springs. Hidden among the rock work you can find characters from some of your favorite Walt Disney Animation Studios films such as Peter Pan, Anna, Elsa and Rapunzel, but keep a special eye out for Pascal — he does have a knack for blending in with his surroundings.

Once inside, the new springs located near Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel also reveal magically carved hidden characters from other Disney Animation classics like “Cinderella,” “Alice in Wonderland,” “Brave Little Tailor” and more!

Captain Hook's Desk in Peter Pan's Never Land
2. Explore Captain Hook’s Desk

As you explore Peter Pan’s Never Land, fly on over to Captain Hook’s moored ship, the Jolly Roger, where you can walk aboard and visit Captain Hook’s Quarters. Not only is his desk the perfect photo op, there’s a map of Never Land and one of the captain’s hooks you can pose with as the newest pirate crew member.

NeverBeast in Pixie Hollow
3. NeverBeast in Pixie Hollow

After shrinking down to the size of a fairy and boarding your Busy Buggy on Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies in Pixie Hollow, keep an eye out for the green glowing eyes of the NeverBeast while traveling through the winter season in fairy valley. 

Lost Kids Coconut Slingshot
4. Lost Kids Coconut Slingshot

As you walk towards the Lookout Cookout, be sure to look out for the coconuts embedded in the dirt walkway curbs and on the bamboo lattice above the restaurant. But where did they come from? If you take a closer look across the lagoon in Never Land, the Lost Kids have launched them from a large slingshot towards a target painted on the restaurant’s walls.

5. Attraction Easter Eggs in Lookout Cookout

Not only does the mural on the back wall of Lookout Cookout show the Lost Kids finding food and eating together, there are even a few homage references to classic Disney attractions. Can you guess which ones?

Pascal inside Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival
6. Spot Pascal inside Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival

If you’ve ever visited Rapunzel’s Tower at Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom, you may have noticed Pascal hidden in several spots around the area. And now that fun continues at Tokyo DisneySea aboard the new attraction, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, in Rapunzel’s Forest. As you enjoy your boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival, be sure to keep an eye out for Pascal appearing throughout the various scenes.

7. Rapunzel’s Paintings in The Snuggly Duckling

As you enjoy a “Sweet Ever After Dessert” served in a frying pan, take a look around the tavern! You may notice some new paintings from Rapunzel hanging on the wall that depict the happily-ever-after stories of the tavern’s lovable ruffians. 

Anna & Elsa’s Royal Sommerhus
8. Anna & Elsa’s Royal Sommerhus

Up on the peak of The North Mountain, if you look closely, there’s a tiny, yet familiar house. It’s similar to the Royal Sommerhus found in the Norway Pavilion at EPCOT, where you can chill out with Elsa & Anna in their vacation home.

Kristoff’s Sled
9. Kristoff’s Sled

As you stroll throughout Frozen Kingdom, Kristoff’s sled sits proudly! Now, it’s your turn to board the sled in this Arendelle photo op.

10. Portraits in Arendelle Castle

While dining inside the Royal Banquet of Arendelle restaurant, you will find books and artwork of beloved “Frozen” characters. Don’t forget to gaze upon numerous paintings from the scene in the film where “For the First Time in Forever” is sung.

Planning a visit to Tokyo Disney Resort? There are so many reasons to visit Fantasy Spring at Tokyo DisneySea, but we can’t let it go without sharing the Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Springs.