New Fantasyland will open alongside Tokyo Disney.
There is zero reason to not open the new attractions once the park reopens.
The park will need all the boost it can get, and new attractions are exactly what will do the trick
Yes, it's really ugly.
But it's been there for decades, and was only meant to be seen from a distance and not from inside the pavilion.
They should've spent more money now to retheme it instead of just repaint it
I agree with what you're saying.
But taking a step back:
If there's no way to theme or hide a show building, then it's a badly designed ride.
They should've gone back to drawing board and designed a ride that isn't so absurdly tall
They are aligned.
What's not perfectly aligned is the angle the photo was taken.
So you're seeing the bump between buildings with different heights.
The highest point of UOE, and the diagonal "ramp" of the gravity building