Tokyo Disney Resort is reopening with advance tickets only – no annual passes – limited capacity and staggered entry.
Tokyo Disney Resort has announced the reopening of both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea from July 1. To ensure visitors’ safety, tickets have to be purchased in advance and the number of visitors to each park will be limited to 15,000 per day. That might sound like a lot, but considering the parks typically see around 50,000 to 60,000 visitors on an average weekend day, it’s quite a reduction. Instead of staying open until 10pm, both parks will only operate from 8am to 8pm.
Only people with pre-purchased tickets stating the day of the visit will be allowed to enter the parks, so no walk-ins for now. Tickets will be available from June 25 at 3pm via Tokyo Disney Resort’s official website (the page will be accessible on the day). 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.
To avoid large crowds at the entrance, tickets will have different entry times and prices.
● The one-day passport allows entry from 8am and costs ¥8,200 (children aged 12 to 17 ¥6,900, children aged 4 to 11 ¥4,900).
● The second ticket type allows entry from 11am for ¥7,300 (children aged 12 to 17 ¥6,100, children aged 4 to 11 ¥4,300).
● The third ticket category allows entry from 2pm and costs ¥6,300 (children aged 12 to 17 ¥5,400, children aged 4 to 11 ¥3,800). Entry for children aged 3 and younger is free at all times.
※Note that you will not be allowed to enter the parks even if you are in possession of an annual ticket, a ticket purchased before the park closed, or a revisit ticket.
The parks will also implement the following new safety measures:
● On entry, your temperature will be checked. Anyone with a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius or cold-like symptoms will be refused entry.
● People who have travelled to a place with a high Covid-19 coronavirus infection rate in the past two weeks, or had any contact with people who are infected with coronavirus, should refrain from visiting Tokyo Disney Resort. Also, older people and those with chronic diseases should carefully consider their visit to the parks.
● Wear a mask at all times. To avoid heat stroke during Japan’s extremely hot and humid summer, you may remove the mask when outdoors, provided you keep sufficient distance from other visitors.
● Keep a safe distance from other visitors at all times.
● Disinfect your hands regularly.
● Cashless payments are highly encouraged.
● If you feel unwell after entering the parks, you may be asked to leave depending on your symptoms.