Tokyo Disney Resort Announces Temporarily Closure Due to Coronavirus Concern

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Tokyo Disney Resort has announced it’s temporarily closed from February 29 through March 15, 2020, as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will reopen on March 16, 2020.

What’s Closed at Tokyo Disney Resort?

  • Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea
  • Ikspiari
  • Bon Voyage
  • Tokyo Disney Resort Hotels are running with limited services

Ticket Refunds

Guests with pre-purchased tickets will be able to exchange them for new tickets for any date until March 31, 2021, or can request a refund. If the tickets were purchased directly from Tokyo Disney Resort, guests will be able to apply for their exchange or refund via a web form that will launch by Friday, March 6, 2020.

Guests who purchased tickets from a travel agent, please contact them directly.

Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package Refunds

If you have a Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package booked between February 29 through March 15, you’ll receive a full refund automatically.

Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package Refunds

Guests that have a Vacation Package booked between February 29 and March 15, will receive full refunds. This email was shared by Explorer Irene.

Tokyo Disney Resort Hotels

Disney Hotels are still open with limited operations. There is no word on refunds at this time.

For all inquires regarding refunds please contact Tokyo Disney Resort directly.

The only information at this time through the Japanese website:

Other Closures in Japan, Hong Kong, and China

This news follows the indefinite closure of Shanghai Disneyland on January 25, 2020, and Hong Kong Disneyland on January 26, 2020. With more coronavirus cases reported in Japan in recent days, the Ghibli Museum and Sanrio Puroland have also announced closures.

Read our post on the coronavirus and travel to Japan for the latest information from trusted sources and government agencies.

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