Tokyo Disney Resort announced today that to mark the 15th anniversary of the grand opening of Tokyo DisneySea Park, a major celebration will be held at the Park from April 15, 2016, through March 17, 2017, entitled ‘Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary: The Year of Wishes.’
Oriental Land Company, the owner and operator of the Tokyo Disney Resort, today announced plans to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Tokyo DisneySea as well as present its entertainment events for the upcoming year. To mark the 15th anniversary of the grand opening of Tokyo DisneySea Park, the Tokyo Disney Resort will celebrate ‘Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary: The Year of Wishes,’ from April 15, 2016, through March 17, 2017. For this milestone year, a variety of must-see programs will be presented. Kicking off the celebration will be a brand new show ‘Crystal Wishes Journey.’ And the special events for summer, Halloween and Christmas will be highlighted with elements just for the 15th anniversary.
Oriental Land Company, the owner and operator of the Tokyo Disney Resort, today announced its plans for the 15th anniversary of Tokyo DisneySea: a year-long celebration titled ‘Tokyo DisneySea 15th Annivesrary: The Year of Wishes.’ The event will kick off on April 15, 2016 and continue through March 17, 2017.During the event, crystals of various colors symbolizing individual wishes will decorate the Park. The crystals will even sparkle on the Disney characters’ costumes and merchandise, creating an atmosphere of hope and dreams throughout the Park.Kicking off the anniversary event will be ‘Crystal Wishes Journey,’ a brand new show to be presented at Mediterranean Harbor only during the special event period. The Disney characters, each with their own wish, will appear in this show that celebrates the start of the Guests’ journeys of adventure, sparkling with hope.Also debuting during the event will be a new version of the popular show ‘Big Band Beat,’ featuring new music, costumes and scenes. This will be the first time that the show has been changed since it opened in July 2006. In addition, a brand new musical show incorporating projection mapping will premiere at the Hangar Stage in Lost River Delta in mid-2016.The Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, where Guests can continue the feeling of adventure, will also be celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2016. Besides the festive decorations around the hotel interior, the hotel will offer special menus at the restaurants and the lounge starting from April 15, 2016.
Tokyo DisneySea opened its doors on September 4, 2001.
Tokyo Disneyland Park and Tokyo DisneySea Park today announced their annual schedule for fiscal year 2015 (April 1, 2015 – March 31, 2016). The two Parks will continue to offer Guests distinctive, Disney-style experiences over the upcoming year with a variety of new entertainment, special events and programs. Details are provided below, in chronological order:
Disney’s Easter (April 2 – June 23, 2015)
This regular springtime event will also be offered at Tokyo DisneySea for the first time in 2015, so Guests can enjoy Easter at both parks.
Yesterday on Twitter, we brought casting news for the new show based on The Little Mermaid opening in 2015 at Tokyo Disney Resort. Today, the Oriental Land Company formally announced that ‘King Triton’s Concert’ will make its official debut at the Tokyo DisneySea theme park on April 24, 2015.
In the new show, King Triton hosts a musical concert with Ariel, Flounder, Sebastian and other familiar characters from the Disney film, creating a mesmerizing world under the sea with music, songs and dynamic performance, just as in the movie. Ariel will ‘swim’ above the audience to the beautiful music and will even ‘swim’ down and approach Guests in this lively and sensational musical show.
The Oriental Land Company, owner and operator of the Tokyo Disney Resort located in Chiba, Tokyo announced entertainment additions, changes and termination of several entertainment opportunities in both its Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea theme parks.
Following in the footsteps of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland’s Cinderella Castle will become the focal point of a new night-time projection-mapping show titled ‘Once Upon A Time.’ With an investment of approximately 2 billion yen (US $21.1 million), the fifteen minute show will open mid-2014 and will include special effects such as on-stage pyrotechnics while using music and imagery from many of Disney’s animated classics such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland.