Tokyo Disneyland’s Beauty and the Beast Castle to Open on 28 Sep 2020

Tokyo Disneyland’s Beauty and the Beast Castle to Welcome Visitors on 28 Sep 2020

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Certain as the sun, the “Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beastis ready to welcome visitors to Tokyo Disneyland on its grand opening this 28 Sep 2020. Featuring a fairytale castle and a charming village modelled after the film, this themed area is just one of the many attractions included in the new Fantasyland expansion at Tokyo Disneyland. 

Bringing Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to life, the “Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast” showcases what people love most about the 1911 animated classic. Take a sneak peek at this storybook attraction below! 

What you can expect at the Beauty and the Beast attraction

Image credit: Tokyo Disney Resort

Your journey into the tale as old as time begins at the iconic castle. Towering at 30m high, Beast’s Castle offers a spectacular replica of the castle in the 1911 animated classic. Plus, it features 10 teacup-shaped rides that will navigate the Beast’s lair, moving in sync to heart-warming melodies from the film.

Additionally, there are also other Beauty and the Beast-inspired sites near the castle, such as Maurice’s cottage and Belle’s village. You can even find a restaurant called La Taverne De Gaston, owned by the proud egg-eating champ himself. And since Gaston was presumably put in charge of the interior decorating here, expect to be surrounded by a lot of antlers! 

Tokyo Disneyland Beauty and the Beast Castle

Image credit: Tokyo Disney Resort

While many people felt rightly upset about the ticket price hikes at Tokyo Disney Resort’s theme parks, the latest glimpses into this Beauty and the Beast attraction — and of course, that wonderful castle — might very well change minds about visiting Tokyo Disneyland. 

Also read: 31 Fun Things to Do in Tokyo on Your First Visit [Updated 2019]

At the time of writing, Tokyo Disneyland is currently open. However, visitors should expect limited entry to attractions, as well as strict health and safety precautions in place to keep guests and employees safe from COVID-19. 

Visit the official website of Tokyo Disney Resort for more information. 

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Tiffany Conde
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Tiffany wrote articles on travel, food, and pop culture for TripZilla. As she plans her next adventure, she enjoys writing about the coolest places to stay around the world and where to find them.


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