Tokyo Disney Resort to Keep Drastically Reduced Hours Amid Capacity & Price Increase
Although the State of Emergency is being lifted in all affected areas of Japan and government restrictions will ease, the Oriental Land Company announced today that the drastically reduced hours at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will continue until further notice, even as capacity doubles and ticket prices are hiked once again.
This is also in the face of the third ticket price hike in 18 months, which brings a day at Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea to nearly 30% higher than what it was before the COVID-19 pandemic, despite the near-lack of normal entertainment, short hours, and low capacity of the two parks.
As it stands, restrictions are set to ease further come November, at which point we hope the Oriental Land Company will allow more guests to visit and return operating hours to a reasonable amount of time.
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