Fantasy Springs has officially opened at Tokyo DisneySea. The new land – or port, as it’s known – welcomed guests for the very first time today (June 6) after five years of construction.

Fantasy Springs features three whimsical areas: Frozen Kingdom, Rapunzel’s Forest, and Peter Pan’s Never Land. Also among the first guests were those staying in the brand-new Fantasy Springs Hotel

A Magical Opening Ceremony

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Cast Members welcomed guests into Fantasy Springs for the first time.

The Oriental Land Co., which owns the Tokyo Disney Resort, held an early-morning opening ceremony for Fantasy Springs. Director Toshio Kagami, CEO Yumiko Takano, and President and COO Kenji Yoshida were joined by Disney CEO Bob Iger and Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro.

Following the grand opening, Cast Members warmly welcomed guests into the new land. Bob Iger and Josh D’Amaro were escorted through Fantasy Springs, though they stopped to snap photos with fans along the way.

The Tokyo Disney Resort also live-streamed a drone show last night (June 5) to celebrate the opening of the land. Missed it? Don’t worry, you can watch the entire dazzling performance below.

At the moment, Tokyo DisneySea guests are unable to walk into Fantasy Springs without a reservation. Guests will either need a Standby Pass (free) or a Disney Premier Access Pass for one of the Fantasy Springs attractions or to be a guest at the Fantasy Springs Hotel.

It's also possible to stay at one of the other Tokyo Disney Resort hotels and book a Disney Vacation Package – this includes a Fantasy Springs entrance ticket.