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Construction is well underway (Source, Source) Layout for one of the rides and vague park layout (Source) Dinseysea appear to be experimenting with projection mapping (Source)

New addition to TDLR's Monorail Family....   "Blue" is the new "Type-C" monorail at the Resort. Thank you to Twitter user @P29294180 for the photo.

Fantasyland Forest Theatre is now open in Tokyo Disneyland! https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/treasure/tdl2020/en/foresttheatre/   Map and (fuzzy) image, by Disney.

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^^ Here is where it's going, Bob.

And I read somewhere it will probably use the FastPass system, too.


Hmmm. That will be quite a "Dash & Split" to the FastPasses machines

for it and ToT, when Mania opens, lol.


(I forget who took the photo, but THANKYOU!)


The front entry area is to be a "Toy Story-themed city park," themed in that area's era.

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This addition is only going to make the best theme park in the world even better. I remember being a bit underwhelmed when the first Midway Manias were announced and built, but ended up liking them a lot.

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I have to wonder if they've done anything to improve the ride's capacity. Even with Japan's super awesome operations, the ride's throughput is crap! And Disneysea has higher attendance than Studios or DCA. Should be interesting to see this progress

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^ Well, they might be putting a lot of $ into the queue itself, too.


Add to that, the entryway "atmosphere" they're going to create

before you even enter the show building. From what I have seen

in art concepts, etc. And it's supposed to be a railway 'park'

(at the end of the elevated railway's route, it makes sense to me),

so I'm hoping there's maybe a small fountain as well as trees

and benches, etc.


So cool. So anxious. So want to go!

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They even have better commercials than we have!?!? Seriously though... I hope that kind of commercial comes to the US... it probably won't because that animation style is not as prevalent here, but that was a great commercial and one I feel a lot of people can connect with.

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It's amazing what Imagineering and , hell, even marketing can do when they're given the funds. That was a neat commercial.


I also wonder if they are doing any capacity upgrades to the ride system?

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Thanks Tokyo Disney for spiting us once again with the most fabulous commercial ever.


Is it time to go back yet!?!?


I like how the commercial is in classic "anime" style, rather than CGI or Disney-style animation.

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^That Disney knows its audience and caters to them. Seeing the little anime girl with her popcorn bucket, or the anime school girls in their uniforms instantly transported me there. It was really well done.

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Crap. (In an OMG good kinda way!)


When ARE we going back to Japan???????



(EDIT to add: And if TDS did make Mania a

trackless ride - I can easily imagine how Imagineering

would up the ante and make it a true crazy carnival of

shooting booths with these cars going absotutely NUTS inside

there, LOL. Pooh's Party Dream Room... PLUSSED!)

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