PHOTOS: Port of San Fransokyo Sign Finally Installed at Disney California Adventure

Over two months after the land officially opened, the Port of San Fransokyo sign along the water has been installed. Pacific Wharf at Disney California Adventure became San Fransokyo Square, inspired by “Big Hero 6,” back in August. The land features a Baymax and Hiro meet and greet, Baymax bread, the San Fransokyo Maker’s Market, Aunt Cass Cafe, and more.

Port of San Fransokyo Sign

The new sign is made of large letters on the fence facing the wharf, next to the Torii Gate Bridge.

The letters are white with thin red borders that light up at night.

The first few letters were installed earlier this week and covered with other themed signage before the rest of the letters were installed.

The sign was part of original San Fransokyo Square concept art, as seen below.

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A new Baymax with lollipop balloon also arrived at Disney California Adventure this week.

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