PHOTOS: More Structures Revealed, Bricklaying Begins at Tokyo Disneyland Entrance (2/6/20)

The new Tokyo Disneyland main entrance is well on its way to completion and opening this spring! We still don’t have a hard date on when the new section will open, unfortunately. But I’d put it around late March or early April. Scaffolding is almost completely down, brick-work begins, and we’re almost done! So let’s take a look at what’s been happening this week.

It appears they’re working from the center out on the uncovering. The entrance screens, which display information like hours and information, are also on their way up.

Further down the line, the ticket building is still covered in scaffolding. I bet that’ll be on it’s way down soon.

The brick lines and the central areas between planters have their bricks laid as well. We can likely expect brick-laying to start this month, if not in the next couple of weeks.

If you want a wider view of the construction, you can take a peek from the platform of the Disney Resort Line.

Work has finally resumed on the parking lot-side of construction. Brick-laying is already ongoing a bit as well, and this will likely be complete fairly soon as well.

And that’s everything for this week at the Tokyo Disneyland main entrance. It’s go time for the construction, and I can’t wait to see the walls down with a clean, finished entrance. What are your thoughts on the new main entrance? Let us know below or on Twitter!

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Kailash Kumar sharma

I hope it looks good after bricklaying work is completed.