There has been SO MANY news stories to cover since our last news update (which was a DOOZY!).
Let’s recap on what the past week has looked at when it comes to Disney news! (Buckle up guys, it’s a long one!)
Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney park to reopen on May 11th followed by Hong Kong Disneyland on June 18th.
And today, Disney’s third international theme park reopened since closing down in February. Let’s see how the first day of Tokyo Disney Resort’s phased reopening went!
Globetrotting to Disney’s international theme parks is a dream of many, but the language barrier can be a tough hill to climb.
But now, Tokyo Disney Resort has just added English as a supported language to its app making it even easier to visit the Japanese Disney parks than ever before.
Is it just us, or has Disney news been absolutely MIND-BOGGLING lately? It seems as though every day, there are tons of new headlines and stories to catch up on!
That’s why we’ve got you covered! Here’s a roundup of some of the major news stories to break in the last couple of weeks.
A reopening date has been announced for Tokyo Disney Resort! Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will begin a phased reopening on July 1st.
The announcement for the reopening of Tokyo Disneyland followed the news that Disneyland Paris will welcome guests once again starting July 15th. And, as is the case with Disneyland Paris, we also have information about health protocols that will be implemented when Tokyo Disney Resort reopens in order to promote the safety of guests and cast members. [Read more…]
We all know about Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto, and Goofy. But did you know that there are some Disney characters whose popularity RIVALS that of the Mouse himself?
We’re going to chat about eight popular characters you might have never even heard of!
The website for Tokyo Disney Resort has been updated to notify guests that Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will continue to remain temporarily closed.
This update follows the recent lifting of the global health crisis state of emergency for Japan nationwide. [Read more…]
Now that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has lifted Japan’s nationwide state of emergency, several businesses including Japanese theme parks are making reopening preparations.
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea have been closed since February and while they haven’t announced an official reopening date yet, Tokyo Disney Resort’s shopping district (the equivalent to Disney World’s Disney Springs) has announced they’ll be reopening June 1st.
Today we have a bit more news about Tokyo theme parks we think you’ll want to hear!
Just yesterday, it was announced that the Japanese government would be lifting the state of emergency for Tokyo.
In response, it appears that some businesses and destinations are already beginning to reopen. Ikspiari, the shopping and dining district at Tokyo Disney Resort, just announced that it will be reopening on June 1st.