Tokyo Disney Resort to lower theme park capacity due to COVID-19 concerns

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Tokyo Disney Resort is limiting capacity again due to new local restrictions. According to ‘the japan times’ (yes, all lower case) Oriental Land Co. said Monday that it will lower the cap of the daily number of visitors to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea each from 20,000 to 5,000, starting Tuesday to May 11. Oriental Land Co. is the owner of Disney Tokyo Resort.

Chiba Prefecture was put under quasi-emergency measures due to COVID-19 cases spiking. This measure will last the next 22 days lasting until May 22, 2021. Also affected is the hours for DisneySea have been lowered by 1 hour and are now closing at 8:00 pm. Tokyo Disneyland already closes at 8:00 pm, so no change in their hours.

Related: New concept model video just released of Tokyo DisneySea’s Fantasy Springs

They had just raised capacity limits to 20,000 on April 1st of this year.

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Oriental Land Co – Tokyo Disney is a totally integrated, entertainment destination encompassing a number of distinct facilities, each offering a unique brand of themed entertainment. Guests visiting the resort will enjoy a thrilling environment filled with high-quality amenities, hospitality, and entertainment in a world of dreams and fantasy.

Related: Toy Story hotel opening at Tokyo Disneyland just received its official name

Tokyo Disney Resort consists of 2 theme parks Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DIsneySea. Accommodations like Tokyo DisneyLand Hotel, Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel. The monorail system Disney Resort Line. Plus MAIHAMA Amphitheater, a 2200 seat hall. An upcoming hotel based off Toy Story is coming in 2022.

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