Today, Universal Studios Japan has announced that it will temporarily close once again due to the state of the pandemic in Japan.
The closure comes due to the “substantial business shutdown request to operate with no spectators,” which was issued as part of the state of emergency for Osaka prefecture.
The temporarily closure will start on April 25, and will remain in place until the request has been lifted. Details regarding previously purchased tickets affected by this closure can be found here.
This news comes just over a month after Universal Studios Japan opened its highly-anticipated land, Super Nintendo World, to guests. The grand opening was originally set for Feb. 4, but was postponed and re-scheduled due to COVID-19.