What open in Tokyo Japan during the COVID-19 CORONA VIRUS SHUTDOWN

KYOTO, OSAKA & NAGOYA OPEN & CLOSURES DUE TO COVID-19

Moms are sharing Corona Virus Kyoto, Osaka & Nagoya OPEN & Closures (COVID-19 Kyoto, Osaka & Nagoya OPEN & Closures). Are you waking up in Kyoto, Osaka or Nagoya with kids and no school for March 2020? Our friends are! I know we are also supposed to stay home, but eventually, our kids climbing the walls will be too much. Parks are good for visiting, but parents are wary of allowing play on the equipment. A lot of time for bonding at home over art projects, reading, and yes, “homeschooling”. Please add any additional and new Osaka, Kyoto & Nagoya open / closures below. Before you head out anywhere check the attractions website to be 100% sure. We will update this list frequently over the next few weeks. Most public parks and gardens are still open but guided tours and onsite museums may be cancelled and closed.

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What open in Tokyo Japan during the COVID-19 CORONA VIRUS SHUTDOWN

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What is closed in Kyoto, Osaka & Nagoya due to the Corona Virus / COVID-19 concerns (コロナウイルスのために京都と大阪と名古屋で閉鎖されているアトラクション)

Some of our favorite places to take our kids in Kyoto, Osaka & Nagoya are temporary closed! 

Kyoto Closures due to Corona Virus COVID-19

 

1. Toei Kyoto Studio Park – closed 3/2 – 3/19 – Details in English

2. Kyoto Railway Museum – closed 2/29 – 3/31 – Details in English

3. Kyoto Aquarium – closed 2/29 – beginning of April – Details in Japanese

4. Kyoto National Museum – closed 2/27 – 3/23 – Details in English

5. Kyoto City Municipal Museum of Art – closed until 4/4 – Details in English

Osaka Closures due to Corona Virus COVID-19

1. Kids Plaza – closed February 28 – TBD – Details in English

2. Bornelund Playville – closed 2/29 – 3/22 – Details in Japanese

3. Spa World – closed 2/29 – 3/22 – Details in Japanese

4. The Museum of Housing and Living  – closed 2/29 – TBD – Details in Japanese

5. Dotonbori River Cruise  – closed 3/2 – TBD – Details in Japanese

6. Universal Studios Japan – closed 3/2 – 3/22 – Details in English

7. Osaka Aquarium – closed 3/2 – 3/22 – Details in English

8. Osaka Castle – closed 2/29 – TBD – Details in English

9. Tempozan Ferris Wheel – closed 3/2 – 3/22 – Details in English

10. The National Museum of Art Osaka – closed 2/29 – TBD – Details in English

Nagoya Closures due to Corona Virus COVID-19

1. Nagoya Legoland (outdoor themepark) – 2/29 – 3/22 Details in English

2. SC Maglev and Railway Park2/29 – 3/31 Details in English

3. Nagoya Anpanman Museum – 2/29 – 3/22 Details in Japanese

4. Nagashima Spa Land – 2/29 – 3/19 Details in Japanese

5. Nabana no Sato Flower ParkOPEN however various events cancelled 2/29 – 3/19 Details in Japanese

6. Nagoya Castle – Entrance is closed 2/29 – 3/31 however you can view the castle from the outside Details in Japanese

What open in Tokyo Japan during the COVID-19 CORONA VIRUS SHUTDOWN

WHAT IS OPEN as of latest updates? 

1. Kyoto City ZooOPEN but the Kyoto Forest Exhibition Room, the Hikari Mizu Midori Tropical Zoo and the Fairyland Country Interaction Room and indoor events are closed.

2. Kyoto Botanical GardenOPEN but Lectures and workshops are canceled until March 15.

3. Umekoji Park KyotoOPEN but Lectures and workshops are canceled until March 15. Details in Japanese

4. Tenryuji Temple Zen Zenkai and Ryumonkai – OPEN but closed on Sunday, April 12, 2020. Details in Japanese

5. Kyoto Samurai & Ninja Museum with Experience

6. Kiyomizu-dera Temple – OPEN but events cancelled

7. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine – OPEN but events cancelled

8. Kinkakuji Temple – OPEN but events cancelled

9. Arashiyama Monkey Park – OPEN regular hours

1. Tsutenkaku Tower OsakaOPEN but shortened hours. Details here in Japanese.    

2. Tennoji Zoo OsakaOPEN but events and certain areas closed until 3/19. Details here in Japanese.

3. Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine– OPEN but events cancelled

4. Nambayasaka Shrine – OPEN but events cancelled

Kyoto, Osaka & Nagoya OPEN Closures Due to Corona Virus (COVID-19 Closures)

IMPORTANT LINKS FOR UPDATED INFORMATION ON Corona Virus (COVID-19)

World Health Organization
https://www.who.int/emerg…/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Center of Disease Control (USA)
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/index.html

Worldometer statistics and updates
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

COVID-19 Coronavirus Test Locations in Japan (in Japanese). 
https://www.mhlw.go.jp/…/covid19-kikokusyasessyokusya.html

Japanese government news (English version)
https://www.mhlw.go.jp/…/seisa…/bunya/newpage_00032.html

Please call 050-3816-2787 if you feel you have the following symptoms…

– 37.5 fever for 4 or more days
– Difficulty breathing
– Fatique

Multilingual coronavirus hotlines in Japan
https://www.google.com/…/en/news/20200219_29/amp.html

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