Rumor has it that Tokyo Disney Resort may be adding another park for guests! It would be sky-themed to go along with the existing land and sea-themed parks. The Mainichi Shimbun states that an official announcement will most likely be made in “late April or early May.”
According to the report, “SkyDisney” is a possible name for the new park. To go along with the sky theme, possible attractions could simulate what it is like to fly through the sky or even space.
To streamline traffic flow and deal with overcrowding, the new park may implement a new electronic ticketing system, unlike the paper tickets that Tokyo Disney is currently using.
To make things more accessible and elder-friendly, the park may install moving walkways and incorporate a unique park design that limits travel distance.
Oriental Land Company, which is the company that operates the Tokyo Disney Resort, is reportedly looking to build the new park in the existing parking area behind Tokyo Disneyland. Reports also suggest that the construction will begin in 2019 and be completed in 2022.
Photo Credit: Tokyo Disney
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