San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure Park: New Concept Art


Disney California Adventure Park has released exciting new concept art for the upcoming San Fransokyo Square, a lively area inspired by the fictional city from the popular animated film, Big Hero 6. The development promises to bring a fresh and immersive experience to visitors, with engaging attractions, unique shopping, and delightful dining options.

Let’s take a look at the new concept art and details that were just released by Disney to get a feel for what to expect from San Fransokyo Square!

Hamada Bot Shop

Meet Baymax & Hiro At The Hamada Bot Shop

One of the key highlights of San Fransokyo Square is the opportunity for guests to engage with the film’s main characters, Hiro and his lovable healthcare robot, Baymax, as they greet visitors outside the Hamada Bot Shop. This location serves as the workshop where the Big Hero 6 team constructs and refines their advanced equipment, allowing visitors to potentially catch a glimpse of some of their future innovations.

San Fransokyo Maker’s Market

San Fransokyo Maker’s Market

Near the Hamada Bot Shop, visitors will find the San Fransokyo Maker’s Market, a well-stocked store offering a variety of distinctive clothing, home goods, and other items showcasing Baymax and his pals. As seen in the concept art, the market creatively utilizes robot storage cases as shelves, and even features retired battle bots on exhibit, adding an authentic touch to the shopping experience.

Aunt Cass Café

Aunt Cass Café

Aunt Cass Café will be the second bakery café owned by Hiro’s aunt, Cass. This quick-service dining location will offer a variety of Japanese-inspired dishes, as well as soups served in freshly-baked Boudin sourdough bread bowls and more.

Rita’s Turbine Blenders

Rita’s Turbine Blenders

Directly across from Aunt Cass Café, a space is being transformed into Rita’s Turbine Blenders, a massive drink station serving delectable margaritas and frosty beverages. The refreshment stand is owned by and named after Rita, the repair technician responsible for maintaining the floating wind turbine – designed to resemble a huge koi fish – that rests atop the structure.

Partial Debut In Mid-July

Beginning in mid-July, park guests can experience new San Fransokyo culinary delights at Lucky Fortune Cookery, and the Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería will officially open its doors. As the transformation of this bustling seaside plaza progresses through mid-August, more dining, shopping opportunities, and other exciting additions will be unveiled.

With the release of these stunning concept art images, excitement is building for the opening of San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure Park. This immersive, family-friendly destination promises to provide an unforgettable experience for both Big Hero 6 fans and casual visitors alike.

Are you excited to see this vision of the future come to life at Disney’s California Adventure? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned to the DVC Shop blog for all the latest developments from inside the Disney theme parks and Disney Vacation Club resorts.

Written by

Rachel Van Norman

Contributing Writer

Rachel fell deeply in love with all things Disney as a little girl. Now as a wife and a mother herself, she shares this Disney obsession with her son and everyone around her. From her love of princesses to eating all the Disney food, Rachel spends her time radiating Disney magic and keeping everyone up to date on Disney news.

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