UPDATE: Tokyo Disney Resort Adjusting Capacity & Operating Hours As Tokyo Exits State of Emergency
Last week we reported that Tokyo Disney Resort raised its capacity to 10,000 people starting March 22nd, now we have further information on how capacity will be raised in the coming weeks, as well as announced operating hour changes from the Oriental Land Company.
As of now, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are operating at a capacity of 10,000 Guests, as requested by the Chiba Prefectural Government. Starting April 1st, the park may raise capacity to 20,000 Guests through April 19th. After April 19th, the parks will be allowed to operate at 50% capacity.
Additionally, the Oriental Land Company has released a roadmap of park hours through the next month. Currently, both parks are open 10am-7pm through March 31st. Starting April 1st, the parks will operate as follows through April 18th:
Tokyo Disneyland—9am to 8pm
Tokyo DisneySea—9am to 9pm
No word on whether Tokyo Disneyland will return to 9am-9pm operations from April 19th, although it seems likely with the bump to 50% capacity at that time. Tokyo Disney Resort was estimated to be operating at around 65-70% capacity when the State of Emergency took effect in January, although the Oriental Land Company had only mentioned “above 50%” in their third quarter filings.
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