Tokyo Disney Resort has shared an update on the state of their parks during the outbreak of novel coronavirus and extended their temporary closure — which was supposed to end this weekend.
UPDATE – 03/27/20: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have chosen to extend the closures of both parks, with the new reopening date scheduled for Monday, April 20 — or later, depending on how the virus situation progresses.
As a precautionary measure and following along with other preventative efforts happening across Japan, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will remain closed through early April in order to keep the safety and health of guests and cast members a priority.
As a result, the grand opening of the new Fantasyland and Tomorrowland expansions, which was scheduled for April 15, 2020, has been postponed to mid-May 2020 or beyond.
According to a statement, Tokyo Disney Resort remains “in close contact with related government agencies about the situation and will provide updates as the situation changes.”
Stay tuned for more updates as this situation continues, and check out our regularly-updating page with all current major theme park closures in the U.S.