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Friday, 24th October 2014
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Disney brings Frozen to Disneyworld

Fans of Disney's incredibly popular Frozen animated film who just can't 'let it go' will be delighted to hear that the likes of Princesses Anna and Elsa along with Olaf and the other characters, will be paying a visit to Tokyo Disneyland from January 2015.

To embrace the fairytale, there will be adjustments made to the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel and Disney Resort Lines, which will provide a thoroughly immersive experience for those who aren't ready to leave the kingdom of Arendelle just yet.

Guests will be able to meet the two famous princesses, with Anna and Elsa set to join the twice-daily parade, which sees Disney characters of all shapes and sizes marching up and down the resort for around 40 minutes.

Night-time entertainment Once Upon A Time will have a special winter edition, with favourite scenes from Frozen performed live onstage.

Fans who want to experience first-hand the party that happens when Elsa returns to Arendelle will no doubt be appeased by Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy, which attempts to recreate the look of the scene where the two characters reunite at the end of the film.

Those looking to take home a special snowman of their own can join a class at the Disney gallery where they will learn how to draw Olaf, and even the restaurants will be getting involved with meal items renamed to feature a Frozen theme.

The Frozen excitement will happen at Tokyo Disneyland for just 64 days, lasting from January 13th until March 20th 2015.

Frozen has proven to be the most popular animated film in history, with a particularly positive reception in Japan, where movie fans were dressing up as Elsa, Anna and Kristoff before going to see the magic not once but twice - in English and in Japanese.

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