‘Magical’ Tokyo Disneyland Attraction To Close For Refurbishment Next Year

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Get your instruments ready.

Recently, Mickey’s PhilharMagic at the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland was refurbished, featuring an entirely new scene based on Pixar’s Coco (2017). Now, according to Tokyo Disneyland’s official refurbishment calendar, the version of Mickey’s PhilharMagic at Tokyo Disneyland is set for a lengthy refurbishment, leaving many wondering if Disney is planning to add the Coco scene to this version as well.

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As seen in the photo, Mickey’s PhilharMagic is scheduled to be closed from July 4 – September 13, 2022. While not officially stated, many are expecting this refurbishment to add the Coco scene that can be found at Disneyland and Walt Disney World’s versions. Another thing to note is that while Tokyo Disneyland’s version will be closed around two months, Magic Kingdom’s version was only closed for one month.

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More on Mickey’s PhilharMagic which can be found at the Walt Disney World Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Park, and Disney California Adventure.:

An Animated 3D Experience

Put on your 3D “opera glasses” and take a seat in the Concert Hall in front of the 150-foot-wide, 180-degree seamless wraparound screen.

As the lights dim, we find Donald Duck fast asleep. When he dons Mickey’s Sorcerer’s Hat and decides to try his hand at conducting the concert, he’s suddenly plunged into a 3D dream world of classic Disney animated musical sequences.

Classic Songs

Experience “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast, “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid, “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King” from The Lion King and “You Can Fly” from Peter Pan—plus many more—presented for the first time in stunning 3D.

Some Very Special Effects

Mickey’s PhilharMagic features child-friendly, in-house special effects throughout the presentation. These effects, created to further immerse you in the adventure, include light splashes of water and other surprises.

Are you excited to see the updated show when Mickey’s PhilharMagic reopens at Tokyo Disneyland? Do you like the new Coco scene? What is your favorite show at the Disney Parks?

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