Last month, Tokyo Disney Resort shared that it would be making a decision and update about how long Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea would remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Originally, this was to be decided mid-May. Today, Tokyo Disney Resort released an update saying that the Resort will be remaining closed until further notice. It will be reopening once the government determines it is safe to do so. The news came via a post on the Tokyo Disney Resort webpage.
Tokyo Disney Resort Official Update
The temporary closures of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have been extended in response to the state of infections of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as requests from the government and local municipalities.
The reopening of the Parks was to be decided in mid-May; however, based on the extension of the state of emergency declaration, hereafter, the decision on the reopening date will be made and announced once the requests from Government and local municipalities have been lifted.
Additionally, the opening date for the Tokyo Disneyland major expansion area will be determined once the situation can be gauged after reopening both parks.
Tokyo Disney Resort closed its gates because of the coronavirus on February 29th. Within weeks, all Disney Parks around the world were also closed. To date, only Shanghai Disneyland has made any official announcements about reopening. Disney Springs, at Walt Disney World Resort, will also begin a phased reopening later in the month. DAPS MAGIC will continue to follow these stories and provide updates as they become available.