Disney Announces Return of D23 Expo Japan

Announced Monday, D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is to hold D23 Expo Japan on November 6 to November 8, 2015. This event will take part at Maihama of the Tokyo Disney Resort.

Similar to that of the D23 Expo held every two years in the U.S., this event will also spotlight topics for fans including theme parks, movies, television, and music. Back in 2013, the first D23 Japan was held. Here guests attended the “the ultimate fan event.” The same is for the coming 2015 expo.

Walt Disney Japan President Paul Candland had this to share, “We heard from a lot of fans about how delighted they were with the D23 Expo we held in 2013, and this Expo promises to be even more spectacular. We’re very excited about being able to present this great event once again, and we know our guests will have an incredible experience during the three days we have planned for them. ”

Those wishing to attend this event can do so by purchasing tickets in late April on the Disney Japan website. In addition, the website will provide information on the event’s details as well.

So what exactly can those attending the D23 Expo Japan expect?

The event will also feature a number of exhibitions to delight Disney guests. D23 and the Walt Disney Archives will present a new exhibition focusing on the enduring enchantment of the Disney Princesses, including costumes, artwork, vintage collectibles, and film props. Another exhibit will feature hands-on experiences that will transport fans into the world of such beloved stories as Star Wars, the latest episode of which will be released in December; Toy Story, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year; and, Tokyo Disney Resort,® which will present a special exhibition. Further details will be posted athttp://disney.jp/D23 as they become available.

Also, the D23 Expo in the U.S. will be held August 14–16, 2015 at the Anaheim Convention Center. For more information on this event, please click here. 




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