Tokyo Disney Resort will be reopening its parks on July 1st it was announced today. The Oriental Land Company made the announcement and confirmed that Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea will be reopening on July 1st. During the initial reopening phase, the company will be limiting attendance to 15,000 people per day. This comes after the parks closed at the end of February due to the coronavirus outbreak.

For guests wishing to visit when the parks reopen, they will need to book reservations in advance. They will also undergo temperature checks on their arrival and be required to wear face masks. There are a set of guidelines that can be found on the Tokyo Disney Resort website detailing other health and safety protocols. This comes in line with the protocols being used at other Disney theme parks that are opening around the globe.

Currently, ticket sales have been suspended for Tokyo Disney Resort. Ticket sales will reopen on June 25, 2020. More details can be found here.

Tokyo Disney Resort has some major expansions that are in the works. Their new opening days will be determined once the parks have reopened and the situation can be evaluated.

Tokyo Disney Resort is the third and final Disney resort to reopen in Asia. It is reopening after Shanghai Disneyland opened first and then was followed by Hong Kong Disneyland. Walt Disney World Resort will begin a phased reopening of its parks starting on July 11th with Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Parks and then July 15th with EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The Disneyland Resort is planning on reopening its parks on July 17th and Disneyland Paris intends to reopen its parks on July 15th.