Tokyo Disneyland‘s shopping and dining district, Ikspiari, announced it will be reopening June 1st. Located near the entrance to Tokyo Disneyland, Ikspiari is the Japanese equivalent of Downtown Disney or Disney Springs.
The Japanese government recently announced that it would be releasing the state of emergency for Tokyo which is allowing Ikspiari and other businesses to reopen.
While most of the Tokyo Disney Resort remains closed, measures will be taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to promote the safety and security of employees and customers at Ikspiari.
- Not all businesses will be open. Businesses that are open will be restricted to 11AM-7PM.
- Temperatures will be checked upon entry. Anyone with a temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius will not be admitted.
- Entry may be restricted during high-traffic hours.
- Only the following entrances will be open:
First Floor – Clock Tower Plaza, The Courtyard
Second Floor – Maihama Station
- Cinema Ikspiari’s ticket booth will operate from 11AM-6:30PM. No late-night shows will be offered.
- The Tokyo Disney Resort Ticket Center will remain closed for the time being.
The Tokyo Disney Resort and Ikspiari are owned and operated by Oriental Land Company, not Disney. However, this reopening could mark a step towards reopening Tokyo Disneyland.
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