Tokyo Disneyland Reopening on July 1, 2020


Tokyo Disney Resort has announced that both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will reopen on July 1, 2020, after temporarily closing on February 29, 2020. Its shopping complex, Ikspiari, reopened on June 1, 2020. The parks are to have a reduced capacity of about 15,000 guests and will require a reservation to visit.

Tokyo Disney Resort is the final Disney Resort in Asia to reopen after the closures. Both Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland reopened on May 11 and June 18, 2020, respectively. Universal Studios Japan also reopened on June 8, 2020.

Let’s take a look at how the Parks in Japan are going to be doing their reopening and how it’ll affect your visit.

Visiting Tokyo Disney Resort After Reopening

There’s a lot about the reopening to know and how it’ll affect you if you live in Japan and plan to visit. As of June 22, 2020, there are still travel bans for those coming from various countries including Japan including Canada, United States, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and more. It’s not known when these travel bans will be lifted.

Here’s a rundown of how the park is implementing safety and health measures. Including how to buy tickets during their reopening phase. It’s important to note that the Beauty and the Beast expansion at Tokyo Disneyland isn’t opening right away and date will be set later.

Both Parks have reduced hours of 08:00 to 20:00. All the measures mentioned here are until further notice. 

All information from the official English press release.

Table of Contents

Park Tickets

  • Day tickets are available starting June 25, 2020, at 15:00 (Japan Time) through the online website only
  • Tickets are available up to 30-days in advance
  • You can buy up to 5 tickets at one time (credit card only)
  • Dated tickets only
  • Disney Hotel, Official Hotel, and Partner hotel guests are not guaranteed admission (contact the hotel for your dates)

Ticket types

  • 1-Day Passport: 8,200 yen
  • After 11 AM Passport: 7,300 yen
  • After 2 PM Passport: 6,300 yen

Annual Passports

As of now, park admission is limited to day ticket holders ONLY. You are not able to use your annual passport to get into the Park. 

  • A lottery system will be set up at a future date for entry into Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea
  • If you have an active annual passport after February 29, 2020, you’ll get an extension or request a refund (details are coming at a later date)
  • Annual Passport holders can buy merchandise online through the app

Health & Saftey Measures

Tokyo Disney Resort is following this set of guidelines.

  • Masks are required but you are allowed to take them off outdoors if there is proper distance between you and others
  • You’ll have your temperature taken before going into the Park
  • Proper distancing measures are being taken for the park entry, attractions, restaurants, shops, etc
  • Contactless payment is preferred and encouraged
  • Hand sanitizers everywhere

You’re asked to refrain from visiting if:

  • You’ve been in close contact with someone confirmed to have COVID-19
  • Family members or close friends who are suspected of being infected
  • You’ve been to a country that is part of the travel ban into Japan in the last 14 days

Seasonal Events

“Happy Fair with Baymax” was supposed to run June 4 through November 1, 2020, but that’s been postponed. Both summer events at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have been cancelled, which includes Duffy & Friends Sunny Fun and Disney Pirates Summer.

Attractions & Character Greetings

Character greetings will be done from a distance (similar to how Hong Kong Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland are working). Here’s a look at how the attractions are working:

  • Distancing will be put into place for guests on the attraction
  • No FastPass
  • No Single Rider

Here’s a list of all the attractions & character greetings closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Penny Arcade
    • Swiss Family Tree House
    • Tom Sawyer Island Rafts
    • Woodchuck Greeting Trail
    • Cinderella’s Fairytale 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
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • 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

Entertainment

The following entertainment isn’t being offered:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Dreaming Up!
    • Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights
    • Nightfall Glow
    • Disney Light the Night (Fireworks)
    • Jamboree Mickey
    • Mickey’s Rainbow Luau
    • Horseshoe Roundup
    • The Diamond Horseshoe Presents “Mickey & Company”
    • Fan Maintenance
    • BreakBeat Dancers
    • Bicycle Piano
    • Sax Four
    • Pirates Plus
    • Court Jesters Quartet
    • Opus Five
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Disney Light the Night (Fireworks)
    • Hello, New York!
    • Big Band Beat
    • My Friend Duffy
    • Song of Mirage
    • The Diamond Sisters
    • Fan Custodial
    • Time Travelers Band
    • The Wind Wanderers
    • Trekking Musicians

Shopping

Here’s how the shops will work in the Parks:

  • You must wear a mask
  • Enter from designated entrances and exits
  • Store entry may be restricted
  • Use the hand sanitizer stations before entering
  • Baskets, product shelves, and sample products are going to be wiped down regularly
  • Some stores will have shields as the cash registers
  • Cast Members may wear gloves and face shield
  • Use a tray for cash payments
  • Recommended use of cashless payments

Here’s a list of all the stores closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Silhouette Studio
    • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique (Both Disneyland & Hotel locations)
    • Magic Shop
    • Jungle Carnival
    • Pirates Treasure
    • La Petit Perfumerie
    • Westernland Photo Studio
    • General Store
    • Happy Camper Supply
    • Splashdown Photo
    • Hoot and Holler Hideout
    • Glass Slipper
    • Harmony Fair
    • Pleasure Island Candies
    • Treasure Comet
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Rimembranze
    • Steam Boat Mickey’s
    • Slinky Dog’s Gift Trolley
    • Tower of Terror Memorabilia (Shop is open, attraction photo is closed)
    • Discovery Gift
    • Expedition Photo Archives (Shop is open, attraction photo is closed)
    • Abu’s Bazaar
    • Grotto Photos & Gifts
    • The Sleepy Whale Shop (silhouette and caricature portraits are suspended)
    • Nautilus Gifts
    • Parkway Gifts North
    • Parkway Gifts South

Bon Voyage

Bon Voyage is a shop that is outside Tokyo Disneyland in-front of Maihama Station. The store is reopening on June 25 by reservation only until further notice. 

How to Make a Reservation for Bon Voyage

Here’s a step by step tutorial on how to make a reservation. You’ll need a Disney Japan account to make a reservation. You’ll need to live in Japan to create one. You can make a reservation through the official website.

Restaurants

Here’s how the restaurants will work in the Parks:

  • QR Code used to see restaurant menus on your mobile device
  • Dinner and lunch show entertainment is not operating
  • You must wear a mask but can take off while eating
  • Use the hand sanitizer stations before entering
  • Tables, chairs, counters, etc, will be cleaned regularly
  • Some tables aren’t being used to keep a distance
  • Cast Members may wear gloves and face shield
  • Use a tray for cash payments
  • Recommended use of cashless payments

Here’s a list of all the restaurants closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Ice Cream Cone
    • Great American Waffle Co.
    • Sweet Heart Cafe
    • Café Orléans
    • Crystal Palace Restaurant
    • The Gazebo
    • The Skipper’s Galley
    • Squeezer’s Tropical Juice Bar
    • Park Side Wagon
    • Fresh Fruits Oasis
    • Boiler Room Bites
    • Royal Street Veranda
    • Cowboy Cookhouse
    • Camp Woodchuck Kitchen
    • The Diamond Horse Shoe
    • Pecos Bill Cafe
    • Rackety’s Racoon Saloon
    • Cleo’s
    • Troubadour Tavern
    • Village Pastry
    • Magical Market
    • Toontone Treat
    • Pop-A-Lot Popcorn
    • Mickey’s Trailer
    • Soft Landing
    • Carriage House Refreshments
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Gondolier Snacks
    • Magellan’s Lounge
    • Mamma Biscotti’s Bakery
    • Refrescos
    • Cape Cod Confections
    • The Teddy Roosevelt Lounge
    • Delancey Catering
    • New York Deli
    • Barnacle Bills
    • High Tide Treats
    • Hudson River Harvest
    • Papa Dakis Fresh Fruits
    • Liberty Landing Diner
    • Seaside Snacks
    • Breezeway Bites
    • Bayside Takeout
    • Expedition Eats
    • Tropic Al’s
    • Miguel’s Eldorado Cantina
    • Lost River Cook House
    • Open Sesame
    • Sultan’s Oasis
    • Nautilus Galley
    • Refreshment Station

Guest Service Facilities

A few guest service facilities are also closed until further notice:

  • Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea
    • Guided Tours
    • Park Information Board
  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Ticket Booths East & West
    • Tomorrowland Hall (Show Lottery Venue)
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Ticket Booths North & South
    • Biglietteria (Show Lottery Venue)

Are you planning a trip to Japan?

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Get all your discount tickets for Tokyo Disneyland, Robot Restaurant, Universal Studios Japan, and more through our tickets page (includes an exclusive discount code). For my personal recommendations on SIM cards, portable wi-fi devices, travel insurance, cheap flights, and hotel bookings, read our travel resources page.

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Tokyo Disney Resort has announced that both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will reopen on July 1, 2020, after temporarily closing on February 29, 2020. Its shopping complex, Ikspiari, reopened on June 1, 2020. The parks are to have a reduced capacity of about 15,000 guests and will require a reservation to visit.

Tokyo Disney Resort is the final Disney Resort in Asia to reopen after the closures. Both Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland reopened on May 11 and June 18, 2020, respectively. Universal Studios Japan also reopened on June 8, 2020.

Let’s take a look at how the Parks in Japan are going to be doing their reopening and how it’ll affect your visit.

Tokyo Disneyland Closed Coronavirus

Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea closed on February 29, 2020, due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) concerns.

Table of Contents

There’s a lot about the reopening to know and how it’ll affect you if you live in Japan and plan to visit. As of June 22, 2020, there are still travel bans for those coming from various countries including Japan including Canada, United States, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and more. It’s not known when these travel bans will be lifted.

Visiting Tokyo Disney Resort After Reopening

Here’s a rundown of how the park is implementing safety and health measures. Including how to buy tickets during their reopening phase. It’s important to note that the Beauty and the Beast expansion at Tokyo Disneyland isn’t opening right away and date will be set later.

Both Parks have reduced hours of 08:00 to 20:00. All the measures mentioned here are until further notice. 

All information from the official English press release.

 

Park Tickets

  • Day tickets are available starting June 25, 2020, at 15:00 (Japan Time) through the online website only
  • Tickets are available up to 30-days in advance
  • You can buy up to 5 tickets at one time (credit card only)
  • Dated tickets only
  • Disney Hotel, Official Hotel, and Partner hotel guests are not guaranteed admission (contact the hotel for your dates)

Ticket types

  • 1-Day Passport: 8,200 yen
  • After 11 AM Passport: 7,300 yen
  • After 2 PM Passport: 6,300 yen

Annual Passports

As of now, park admission is limited to day ticket holders ONLY. You are not able to use your annual passport to get into the Park. 

  • A lottery system will be set up at a future date for entry into Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea
  • If you have an active annual passport after February 29, 2020, you’ll get an extension or request a refund (details are coming at a later date)
  • Annual Passport holders can buy merchandise online through the app

Health & Saftey Measures

Tokyo Disney Resort is following this set of guidelines.

  • Masks are required but you are allowed to take them off outdoors if there is proper distance between you and others
  • You’ll have your temperature taken before going into the Park
  • Proper distancing measures are being taken for the park entry, attractions, restaurants, shops, etc
  • Contactless payment is preferred and encouraged
  • Hand sanitizers everywhere

You’re asked to refrain from visiting if:

  • You’ve been in close contact with someone confirmed to have COVID-19
  • Family members or close friends who are suspected of being infected
  • You’ve been to a country that is part of the travel ban into Japan in the last 14 days

Seasonal Events

“Happy Fair with Baymax” was supposed to run June 4 through November 1, 2020, but that’s been postponed. Both summer events at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have been cancelled, which includes Duffy & Friends Sunny Fun and Disney Pirates Summer.

Attractions & Character Greetings

Character greetings will be done from a distance (similar to how Hong Kong Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland are working). Here’s a look at how the attractions are working:

  • Distancing will be put into place for guests on the attraction
  • No FastPass
  • No Single Rider

Here’s a list of all the attractions & character greetings closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Penny Arcade
    • Swiss Family Tree House
    • Tom Sawyer Island Rafts
    • Woodchuck Greeting Trail
    • Cinderella’s Fairytale 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
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • 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

Entertainment

The following entertainment isn’t being offered:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Dreaming Up!
    • Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights
    • Nightfall Glow
    • Disney Light the Night (Fireworks)
    • Jamboree Mickey
    • Mickey’s Rainbow Luau
    • Horseshoe Roundup
    • The Diamond Horseshoe Presents “Mickey & Company”
    • Fan Maintenance
    • BreakBeat Dancers
    • Bicycle Piano
    • Sax Four
    • Pirates Plus
    • Court Jesters Quartet
    • Opus Five
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Disney Light the Night (Fireworks)
    • Hello, New York!
    • Big Band Beat
    • My Friend Duffy
    • Song of Mirage
    • The Diamond Sisters
    • Fan Custodial
    • Time Travelers Band
    • The Wind Wanderers
    • Trekking Musicians

Shopping

Here’s how the shops will work in the Parks:

  • You must wear a mask
  • Enter from designated entrances and exits
  • Store entry may be restricted
  • Use the hand sanitizer stations before entering
  • Baskets, product shelves, and sample products are going to be wiped down regularly
  • Some stores will have shields as the cash registers
  • Cast Members may wear gloves and face shield
  • Use a tray for cash payments
  • Recommended use of cashless payments

Here’s a list of all the stores closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Silhouette Studio
    • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique (Both Disneyland & Hotel locations)
    • Magic Shop
    • Jungle Carnival
    • Pirates Treasure
    • La Petit Perfumerie
    • Westernland Photo Studio
    • General Store
    • Happy Camper Supply
    • Splashdown Photo
    • Hoot and Holler Hideout
    • Glass Slipper
    • Harmony Fair
    • Pleasure Island Candies
    • Treasure Comet
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Rimembranze
    • Steam Boat Mickey’s
    • Slinky Dog’s Gift Trolley
    • Tower of Terror Memorabilia (Shop is open, attraction photo is closed)
    • Discovery Gift
    • Expedition Photo Archives (Shop is open, attraction photo is closed)
    • Abu’s Bazaar
    • Grotto Photos & Gifts
    • The Sleepy Whale Shop (silhouette and caricature portraits are suspended)
    • Nautilus Gifts
    • Parkway Gifts North
    • Parkway Gifts South

Bon Voyage

Bon Voyage is a shop that is outside Tokyo Disneyland in-front of Maihama Station. The store is reopening on June 25 by reservation only until further notice. You’ll have to make a reservation through the official website. Before you ask, yes the website is only in Japanese and you need a Disney Japan account.

How to Make a Reservation for Bon Voyage

Here’s a step by step tutorial on how to make a reservation. You’ll need a Disney Japan account to make a reservation. You’ll need to live in Japan to create one.

Restaurants

Here’s how the restaurants will work in the Parks:

  • QR Code used to see restaurant menus on your mobile device
  • Dinner and lunch show entertainment is not operating
  • You must wear a mask but can take off while eating
  • Use the hand sanitizer stations before entering
  • Tables, chairs, counters, etc, will be cleaned regularly
  • Some tables aren’t being used to keep a distance
  • Cast Members may wear gloves and face shield
  • Use a tray for cash payments
  • Recommended use of cashless payments

Here’s a list of all the restaurants closed until further notice at the Parks:

  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Ice Cream Cone
    • Great American Waffle Co.
    • Sweet Heart Cafe
    • Café Orléans
    • Crystal Palace Restaurant
    • The Gazebo
    • The Skipper’s Galley
    • Squeezer’s Tropical Juice Bar
    • Park Side Wagon
    • Fresh Fruits Oasis
    • Boiler Room Bites
    • Royal Street Veranda
    • Cowboy Cookhouse
    • Camp Woodchuck Kitchen
    • The Diamond Horse Shoe
    • Pecos Bill Cafe
    • Rackety’s Racoon Saloon
    • Cleo’s
    • Troubadour Tavern
    • Village Pastry
    • Magical Market
    • Toontone Treat
    • Pop-A-Lot Popcorn
    • Mickey’s Trailer
    • Soft Landing
    • Carriage House Refreshments
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Gondolier Snacks
    • Magellan’s Lounge
    • Mamma Biscotti’s Bakery
    • Refrescos
    • Cape Cod Confections
    • The Teddy Roosevelt Lounge
    • Delancey Catering
    • New York Deli
    • Barnacle Bills
    • High Tide Treats
    • Hudson River Harvest
    • Papa Dakis Fresh Fruits
    • Liberty Landing Diner
    • Seaside Snacks
    • Breezeway Bites
    • Bayside Takeout
    • Expedition Eats
    • Tropic Al’s
    • Miguel’s Eldorado Cantina
    • Lost River Cook House
    • Open Sesame
    • Sultan’s Oasis
    • Nautilus Galley
    • Refreshment Station

Guest Service Facilities

A few guest service facilities are also closed until further notice:

  • Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea
    • Guided Tours
    • Park Information Board
  • Tokyo Disneyland
    • Ticket Booths East & West
    • Tomorrowland Hall (Show Lottery Venue)
  • Tokyo DisneySea
    • Ticket Booths North & South
    • Biglietteria (Show Lottery Venue)

Are you planning a trip to Japan?

Take the anxiety out of planning a trip to Japan with our premium ebook travel guides on Tokyo Disney Resort & Universal Studios Japan. Our guides have everything you need to know from the best times to visit, what hotel to choose, what to do, what to eat, and tons more! With nearly 2000 copies sold, our premium guides have become an essential tool for Explorers!

Get all your discount tickets for Tokyo Disneyland, Robot Restaurant, Universal Studios Japan, and more through our tickets page (includes an exclusive discount code). For my personal recommendations on SIM cards, portable wi-fi devices, travel insurance, cheap flights, and hotel bookings, read our travel resources page.

Do you love exclusive and early access to content? Support us on Patreon as it helps us continue bringing you free and continuous content to help you plan your trip.

Make sure to follow us on social media to stay updated on everything Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai! Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Some links may be affiliate links to services I recommend. At no extra cost to you, buying services through these links help support TDR Explorer. Please read our full disclosure for more details.

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  1. Galinea

    I heard that they will just skip the Duffy Spring in Bloom collection that was supposed to release in March. Is that true?:( I was really hoping to get may hands on those adorable costumes!

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