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Tokyo Disney Resort has resumed its special evening parade and fireworks display

Starting this month, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are also extending their opening time until 9pm

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Tabea Greuner
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Even though Tokyo Disney Resort has suspended all seasonal events until spring 2021, both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have entered a new phase of their reopening. So good news: both theme parks are now resuming the evening fireworks show while Tokyo Disneyland is hosting a special evening parade daily. 

In addition to Disneyland’s current Mickey & Friends Castle Greeting event and the Mickey & Friends Greeting Parade, you can now look forward to a special evening parade taking place daily from 6.45pm. Called the Nightfall Glow Disney, this small-scale parade is a substitute for the currently suspended Electrical Parade Dreamlights. For many Disneyland fans, this will be their first chance to see the four-float spectacle – it’s usually only held on rainy days.

For DisneySea however, there are no new parades and shows on the schedule at the moment. Nevertheless, you can still look forward to two different greeting events featuring your favourite characters travelling on boats along the park’s waterways multiple times per day.

Along with extended opening hours until 9pm at both parks, Tokyo Disney Resort has also announced the resumption of the five-minute fireworks display 'Disney Light the Night'. You can catch the show at both parks from 8pm daily.


Make sure to follow these safety measures when watching the shows:

  • Keep a safe distance from other visitors.
  • Wear a face mask at all times (except children aged two or younger). To avoid heat stroke during summer, you’ll be allowed to remove the mask outdoors if you keep a safe distance from other visitors.
  • For safety reasons, don’t run next to the floats, and don’t move between other visitors who are watching the show.

For full details of all the daily Disney theme park shows, see the official website.

Before you go, remember to read our guide on how to go out safely in Tokyo.

  

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