Unlock the World of Kingdom Hearts at Tokyo's Disney Ambassador Hotel
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Tokyo Disneyland's Disney Ambassador Hotel has room that can only be unlocked by the biggest of Kingdom Hearts fans.
Guests will receive a one-of-a-kind room key shaped like Sora's keyblade. Just like a normal hotel key, the keyblade will unlock doors with a wave of its owner's hand.
The room is decked out in Kingdom Hearts themed furniture and art. The room's beds display Sora and Riku on the headboards welcoming guests to a peaceful night's sleep.
Over the television key art from series, including Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts III, is displayed. Guests can take home special postcards to commemorate their visit.
The hotel will open bookings for the room on January 30 but the room itself will not be available until March 26. The hotel will offer the special room for a limited time with the final day set June 30. A special menu is also planned but the details are still under wraps.
Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts III game hits stores on January 25 in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on January 29 in the West.
Confirmed worlds include Big Hero 6, Toy Story, Tangled, Monsters, Inc., Pirates of the Caribbean, Frozen, and the returning Olympus Coliseum and Winnie-the-Pooh worlds. Square Enix will release postgame video content in the first few days after the game is released.
Music producer Skrillex, singer Hikaru Utada, and record producer Poo Bear are collaborating on the opening theme song "Face My Fears." Utada is also performing the ending theme song "Don't Think Twice" (the song with Japanese lyrics is titled "Chikai" or "Oath"). The game's English audio will also feature returning cast members reprising their roles from various Disney films.