Tokyo Disney Resort Extends Hour Cuts & Restaurant Closures Through June 20th Despite Capacity Hike
With the quasi-emergency in Chiba Prefecture extended through June 20th, the Oriental Land Company announced today that the hours cut implemented on May 17th would continue through June 20th. The cut was originally scheduled to end on May 31st.
Through at least June 20th, both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will operate from 10am to 7pm daily.
This comes in spite of a capacity hike implemented recently. Previously, the Oriental Land Company raised capacity and allowed ticket sales above 5000 Guests assuming the quasi-emergency measures would end on the 31st. It’s unknown at present what capacity the parks will be running at starting June 1st. Guests should expect longer waits for attractions and especially food, as many counter service dining outlets were re-closed in early May and have been extended “until further notice” despite the upcoming capacity bump.
Further, Nightfall Glow performances will continue to be suspended. In March, the parade was starting before the sun set due to these 10am-7pm hours, so naturally conditions will not be ideal for running the parade.
Other measures, such as the suspension on sales of alcohol, will continue until further notice per the request of the Japanese government. Additionally, sales of the Early Entry tickets pilot program will be suspended. Bon Voyage outside Tokyo Disneyland will operate from 9am to 7pm, instead of 7:30am to 8pm.Stay tuned to WDWNT for the latest news as the quasi-emergency situation develops.
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