Major amusement parks in Japan have decided to close for the time being in accordance with the government’s request to cancel, postpone or downsize large-scale sports or cultural events nationwide in order to avoid spread of the coronvirus (COVID-19).
The following parks will close by the middle of March 2020 and reopen will depend on follow-up situations.
Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea by March 15
Universal Studio Japan by March 15
Huis Ten Bosch by March 15
Fujikyu Highland by March 8
Sanrio Puroland by March 12
NamJaTown by March 15