Tower of Terror at Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo Disney Resort Reveals Standby Pass Virtual Queue Timeframes

Last week, Tokyo Disney Resort greatly expanded its Standby Pass virtual queue system to include most popular attractions at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, but was rather vague on whether a Standby Pass was required for the whole day or only at certain times. Now, we have an answer thanks to the Tokyo Disney Resort App!

The following times are of course subject to change, and Guests are free to line up as normal outside of these timeframes.

Tokyo Disneyland


Things are simple at Tokyo Disneyland—there are two timeframes, both of which end at 7:00pm and allow Guests to experience most attractions that they want.

9:00am (Park Open) – 7:00pm

  • Big Thunder Mountain
  • Pooh’s Hunny Hunt

10:30am – 7:00pm

  • Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters
  • Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!
  • Space Mountain
  • Splash Mountain

Tokyo DisneySea

Tower of Terror at Tokyo DisneySea

Things are a bit more complicated at Tokyo DisneySea, with four separate timeframes, each starting and ending at different times.

9:00am (Park Open) – 9:00pm (Park Close)

  • Soaring: Fantastic Flight
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10:30am – 7:00pm

  • Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth
  • Toy Story Mania

12:00pm – 7:00pm

  • Raging Spirits
  • Tower of Terror

2:00pm – 7:00pm

  • Magic Lamp Theater
  • Turtle Talk

A Standby Pass QR code is required for all of the above attractions during their listed times. A Standby Pass can only be obtained once per day, but Guests are free to join the normal Standby line for a ride outside these timeframes. Guests also may not obtain a new Standby Pass until the previous pass’ start time has lapsed.

The effect of Standby Pass on social distancing measures seems to be negligible at best, with attractions like Space Mountain posting nearly double the normal wait time with Standby Pass than before, and Big Thunder Mountain queues continuing to wind around Westernland according to many social media users. Stay tuned to WDWNT for more information on the Standby Pass virtual queue rollout at Tokyo Disney Resort.

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