San Fransokyo Square is now open at the Disneyland Resort. This new area is inspired by the fictional city of San Fransokyo from the Disney animation Big Hero 6. The exciting new area features sights, shopping, as well as splendid cuisine from San Fransokyo. It is sure to be a hit with guests of all ages.
Of course, one of the most iconic landmarks in San Fransokyo Square is the 54-foot-tall San Fransokyo Gate Bridge. The bridge spans the tide pools linking the seaside plaza to the Paradise Gardens Park obelisk. Then, inside the bustling marketplace, guests will discover that the local businesses and eateries are decked out in street art and colorful banners celebrating the Big Hero 6 team after their victory over Yokai.
“San Fransokyo Square is a seaside district outside of the urban center in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ film ‘Big Hero 6.’ Here, guests will discover nods to the Big Hero 6 team’s many adventures, such as Hiro’s Megabot and Baymax’s battle glove.”Michael Dobrzycki, Art Director at Walt Disney Imagineering Anaheim
SAN FANSOKYO SQUARE IS FULL OF FAMILY-FRIENDLY EXPERIENCES
At Hamada Bot Shop, guests can also meet boy genius Hiro Hamada and his huggable healthcare companion robot, Baymax. Hiro and Baymax are available for meet-and-greets throughout the day.
Don’t forget the Bakery Tour! It’s a fun, behind-the-scenes tour of a real bakery. It gives a look, as well as taste, of how the world-famous Boudin sourdough bread is made.
Flavorful fare in the Square
So, San Fransokyo Square offers a wide variety of food and drinks. Don’t worry they’ve kept some classic favorites, as well as added new creations inspired by Asian cuisine. Guests can also enjoy special items themed after the Big Hero 6 characters.
- Aunt Cass Café – The second bakery café operated by Hiro’s loving aunt serves dishes, and soups in freshly-baked Boudin sourdough bread bowls and more inspired by Japanese cuisine.
- Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería – This new location draws inspiration from its tri-cultural influences. The inviting beer garden makes a relaxing setting for guests to enjoy snacks. Those 21 and older to sip on a selection of alcoholic beverages.
- Lucky Fortune Cookery – Foodies of all ages can choose from a delicious menu of dishes and beverages with Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean influences.
- Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill – A variety of street tacos, specialty beverages, and special street corn bring Mexican flair.
- Rita’s Turbine Blenders – Featuring margaritas and icy beverages. This refreshment stand is named after the repair technician who maintains the floating wind turbine. It resembles a giant koi fish that sits atop the structure.
- Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop – Hot fudge, made with melted Ghirardelli chocolate, sits atop signature sundaes, ice cream cones, shakes, and more.
- Cappuccino Cart – A cart near the San Fransokyo Gate Bridge offers energizing pick-me-ups presented by Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Company. There is cold brew, espressos, coffee cocktails, and more.
- San Fransokyo Maker’s Market – Situated on robot storage cases with decommissioned bots on display. This storefront is stocked with apparel, homewares, and more featuring Baymax and friends.
- Collectible medallions – A vending machine dispenses collectible golden medallions depicting Baymax and other iconic images from San Fransokyo.
- Pan Pacific Pin Traders – Guests can shop and trade at this “pin-credible” port of call near the San Fransokyo Gate Bridge.
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