Japan Getting Kingdom Hearts Themed Hotel Rooms

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Starting this March, the Disney Ambassador Hotel at the Tokyo Disney Resort is rolling out special Kingdom Hearts themed rooms. And yes, you can open the door with a Keyblade shaped key.

The rooms are limited to three adults and come with two regular sized beds and one trundle bed. Prices are from 46,100 yen ($424) a night.


The Keyblade room key comes in a special box, and guests are given two sets that they can take home after their stay. The hotel is also giving Kingdom Hearts postcards to take home.

As Fashion Press reports, it’s possible to reserve a Kingdom Hearts room from January 30. The rooms will be available until June 23. I called the hotel to find out how many KH rooms there are, but they politely declined to say. However, I was told that they will have multiple rooms ready for guests.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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Christian B. Christiansen

I don’t like it. It feels like a bare minimum to have it be “Kingdom Hearts themed”..
“Look at all this art of the characters in the game we’ve hung up in a messy fashion!”
It’s just a custom skin DLC for your hotelroom + a Keyblade (shaped NFC chip?