Tokyo Disney Resort announces the reopening of the Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea which will be the third and fourth Disney theme parks in the world to reopen, with the official opening date of July 1, 2020. To ensure visitor’s safety, all tickets should be purchased in advance and visitor’s limit per day is down to 15,000. Instead of the old schedule staying until 10pm, both theme parks will reopen from 8am to 8pm.
New Rules with precautionary measures:
- No walk-ins, only people with pre-purchased tickets stating the day of the visit will be allowed to enter the parks.
- Tickets will be available from June 25 at 3pm via Tokyo Disney Resort’s official website.
Note that tickets can only be purchased one month in advance, and the number of tickets you can purchase at one time is limited to five.
- With the new normal, tickets have different entry times and prices:
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- Those with possession of the annual ticket will not be allowed to enter the parks; a ticket purchased before the park closed, or a revisit ticket.
- IMPORTANT REMINDERS
- Upon entry temperatures of each visitors will have to be check. Anyone with a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius or cold-like symptoms will be refused entry.
- Visitors with travel history within the past 2 weeks to high Covid19 infected rates countries or with anyone who had contact to an infected person shall be refrain on entering the parks.
- Older people who are experiencing chronic disease should carefully consider visiting the parks.
- With the hot weather during summer in Japan, to avoid heat stroke, visitors are allowed to remove their mask when outdoors but still consider social distancing. But never forget that wearing a mask is a must and should be worn at all times.
- Disinfect hands regularly.
- Always observe social distancing.
- Cashless payments are highly considered to avoid physical contact.