Welcome to San Fransokyo.
San Fransokyo Square officially opens Thursday at Disney California Adventure. The newly rethemed area replaces Pacific Wharf, as first teased at Disney’s D23 Expo last year.
“San Fransokyo Square will transport you to the not-too-distant future, in a fictional mash-up of two iconic cities – San Francisco and Tokyo,” Disneyland Public Relations Director Kelsey Lynch posted on the Disney Parks Blog earlier this year. “As the tech industry began to emerge and the local fishing trade fell on hard times, entrepreneurs came together to reinvent the seaside canneries into a vibrant, multicultural district of neighborhood restaurants and small businesses where you’ll be able to eat and shop.”
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Where can I meet Baymax?
Guests can meet Baymax at Hiro at Hamada Bot Shop, which Disneyland describes as “a converted warehouse, where the Big Hero 6 team builds their hi-tech gear.”
Can I still get bread bowls?
Sourdough bread bowls were a staple of Pacific Wharf and haven’t anywhere. The Bakery Tour, hosted by Boudin Bakery, is still there. Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop, Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill and Lucky Fortune Cookery are, too.
But now guests can get soup in bread bowl as well as Japanese-inspired dishes at Aunt Cass Café, which was opened by Hiro’s aunt or pop in for an adult beverage at Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería or rethemed Rita’s Turbine Blenders.
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Is San Fransokyo a real place?
Only at Disneyland.