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Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are reducing daily visitor capacity by 75 percent

This new cap on daily visitors is in effect until May 11

Lim Chee Wah
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Lim Chee Wah

As Chiba prefecture looks set to implement quasi-emergency measures in several cities to curb the spread of Covid-19, Tokyo Disney Resort has started to put a limit on its daily visitor numbers. Effective today through the Golden Week holidays until May 11, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are capping the number of visitors to each park at just 5,000 per day, down from 20,000.

Prior to this new rule, Tokyo Disneyland has already started to close an hour earlier at 8pm. Tokyo DisneySea will now follow suit, bringing its closing time 60 minutes earlier from 9pm to 8pm. The opening time for both parks, however, will remain the same, ie 9am.

For ticketing information, see the Tokyo Disney Resort website.

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