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Daynah’s Experience: Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure in Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea

disneysea fantasysprings peterpanMy family and I were on vacation in Japan and one of our goals was to visit Fantasy Springs at Tokyo DisneySea. As we entered the park earlier today I managed to secure a Standby Pass for “Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure.”   In my earlier post – Daynah’s Experience & Tips to Visiting Fantasy Springs in Tokyo DisneySea – I detail my entry experience.

I was lucky to have Standby Passes for the attraction in the morning, a 10:10am return time.    We arrived at the entrance to the land, between the Lost River Delta and Arabian Coast.   There were multiple lines where we could scan the QR code of our passes to gain entry.

After having our passes validated we walked into Fantasy Springs.    I was in awe the moment I reached the entrance of the new port. You are greeted by this lovely rock work with Peter Pan on the left and Elsa and Anna carved into the cave on the right. On the far right is Rapunzel hidden within a lovely waterfall surrounded by colorful flowers.  I will have a separate post the rockwork soon.

We walked under the Peter Pan rock work to enter Fantasy Springs.  Once in, we were greeted by a beautiful Pocahontas rock work and dancing water.

We walked around and quickly found “Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure” which had a standby wait of 10 minutes! We made it quickly through the queue, zig-zagging through a forest, lighted by lanterns. There is a pre-show where Peter Pan talked to the Lost Boys (which is all in Japanese), and then we picked up our 3D glasses and make our way to board our pirate ship.

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure Experience

A pirate ship waited for us as we moved to the front of the line. It had three rows with four seats in each for up to 12 guests per ship. My family was seated in the second row.

The attraction starts out in the Lost Boys’ Hideout in Neverland. Our pirate ship glided through various scenes of the Lost Boys doing their day-to-day things. This portion of the attraction is similar to “Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway” where the vehicle rotates and spins and also makes quick turns through various scenes in the darkness. The 3D glasses gives depth to a lot of scenes, so the characters and objects jump out at you.

Peter Pan appears and asks Tinkerbell to sprinkle some pixie dust on us, we really took off! We found ourselves flying through the skies, picking up Wendy and Michael along the way. Our ship start moving much more smoothly, as if we were in the air and flying like a bird. Peter takes us to the edge of a waterfall, and the motion felt like we were flying straight down! We also flew aggressively around the Jolly Roger and fought in an epic pirate battle with Captain Hook’s crew and rescued John from the ship. The characters then took us through the classic Peter Pan movie scenes and the famous one of Big Ben Palace of Westminster Elizabeth Clock Tower in London. This attraction is such a wonderful modern twist on a classic story.

My family thoroughly enjoyed this ride so much and what a wonderful way to start our day at DisneySea! My little one said, “that was so much fun” right when we got off the ride.

This attraction has a duration of about 6 minutes with a 2-minute pre-show. There are a lot of spinning and turns on this ride. Guests who may have motion sickness should not ride it. The height requirement is also 102 cm and you may not hold your child on your lap.

For more information on Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure Here is the Official Tokyo DisneySea Webpage

Note: To experience “Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure,” you will need to have Disney Premier Access or a Standby Pass, there is currently no traditional stand by queue.

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About the Author: Daynah loves everything about technology and Disney. She enjoys blogging about her adventures of raising two kids as well as spend a lot of time browsing pretty things on Pinterest. You can also follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

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