After several months of closures, Tokyo Disney Resort confirmed that it it will begin phased reopening the remainder of the resort areas starting July 1, 2020.
Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will reopen on the same day and will implement several measures in accordance with the Amusement Park and Theme Park New Coronavirus Infection Containment Guidelines that were developed based on the government’s Basic Policies for Novel Coronavirus Disease Control.
Many of the upcoming operational changes will echo what we’ve seen at Disney Parks around the globe including controlled capacity through limits on attendance, limited visitors in attractions, shops, restaurants, and other facilities; plus regular cleaning and sanitization; and proactively requesting guests to maintain social distancing, among other things.
- Temperature screenings will be conducted during admission time, and guests with a temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius or above or cold-like symptoms will be asked to refrain from entering.
- If guests become ill after entering the park, they may be asked to leave depending on their symptoms.
- Face masks are required at all times inside the parks, except when dining.
- Exception: During the summer season when the temperature and humidity are high, if guests are outdoors with adequate distance from other people, masks may be removed
- Maintain social distancing will be enforced with markings installed in facility queues, seats, restaurant tables, benches, etc., and guests are asked to cooperate in order to maintain social distancing.
- Hand sanitizers are placed in attractions, shops, restaurants, restrooms and other locations in the Park
- Cashless transactions such as credit cards and electronic money are recommended
- Single Rider and FASTPASS operations will be suspended until further notice.
Tickets will be sold starting at 3 p.m. on June 25, 2020 on the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservations & Tickets website.
- One month ahead is the amount of time in advance that tickets will be offered
- Five tickets max can be purchased at a time.
- Disney hotels guests and Tokyo Disney Resort Partner Hotels should inquire about admission tickets at each hotel
- Timed entry will be done with 3 types of tickets sold
IMPORTANT: Please note that all tickets other than the above, including Open Tickets, Annual Passports, Revisit Passports will NOT be admitted.
Existing Ticket Holders
For the following tickets, expiration date will be extended to March 31, 2022, or a refund can be issued:
- Fixed-Date Tickets with admission date starting February 29, 2020 through April 30, 2021
- Open Tickets with expiration date from February 29, 2020 to April 30, 2021
Please refer to the Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website for details.
Measures are being taken for guests holding Annual Passports which expire on or after February 29, 2020 to be eligible for the following:
- Extension of the expiration period or refund
- Online purchase of merchandise and admission lottery
Park merchandise items will be offered in the Tokyo Disney Resort App so they can be purchased without visiting the Park. In addition, a lottery will be set up to allocate a portion of Park admissions to guests holding Annual Passports during the period when Annual Passports cannot be used for Park admission. Details will be announced on the Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website as soon as they are determined.
- Penny Arcade
- Swiss Family Treehouse
- Tom Sawyer Island Rafts
- Woodchuck Greeting Trail
- Cinderella’s Fairy Tale Hall
- Goofy’s Paint ’n’ Play House
- Chip ’n Dale’s Treehouse
- Toon Park
- Donald’s Boat
- Minnie’s House
- Mickey’s House and Meet Mickey
- Fortress Explorations Village Greeting Place
- ¡Saludos Amigos! Greeting Dock
- Mickey & Friends’ Greeting Trails
- Ariel’s Playground
- Mermaid Lagoon Theater
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
* In addition to the above, there may be facilities that close for maintenance.
- Disney Character Greetings, which involve contact with Guests, will be suspended until further notice.
- Disney Characters will greet Guests by incorporating physical distancing.
- Dreaming Up!
- Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights
- “Nightfall Glow”
- Disney Light the Night (fireworks display)
- Jamboree Mickey!
- Let’s Party Gras!
- Mickey’s Rainbow Luau
- The Diamond Horseshoe Presents “Mickey & Company”
- Horseshoe Roundup
- Fun Maintenance
- BreakBeat Dancers
- Bicycle Piano
- Sax Four
- Pirate Brass Court
- Jesters Quartet
- Opus Five
- Disney Light the Night (fireworks display)
- Hello, New York!
- Big Band Beat
- My Friend Duffy
- Song of Mirage
- The Diamond Sisters
- Fun Custodial
- Time Travelers Band
- The Wind Wanderers
- Trekking Musicians
Shopping and Dining
Locations may be closed and/or subject to metered entry. Face masks are required when not eating. Trays will be used for payments while touchless transactions are strongly encouraged.
See it for Yourself
Tokyo Disney Resort phased reopening starts July 1, 2020.