VIDEO: Tokyo Disney Resort Closed Ahead of Typhoon Hagibis

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Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have only closed twice since the resort moved to daily operation in 1999. First for the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, which resulted in over a month-long closure for repairs and safety checks. And the second on October 12, 2019, as Typhoon Hagibis loomed upon the Tokyo area. Today, I ventured through rain and wind to take a look at Tokyo Disney Resort, closed for the first time in eight years. It was quite the eerie experience, especially with no music or people at either park. Take a look for yourself!

A bit spooky, isn’t it? We aren’t accustomed to having the parks closed here. On a national holiday weekend, no less! Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are set to re-open tomorrow, on the afternoon of Sunday the 13th. Stay tuned to WDWNT for updates on Typhoon Hagibis and its impact on Tokyo Disney Resort.

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Spencer Lloyd

Spencer Lloyd is a college student/parks addict living in Tokyo. He runs, a comprehensive source for information and travel planning related to Tokyo Disney Resort. And fun fact, he is the only person in history to have been in the same ride vehicle as Tom Corless.

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