Corona Virus Tokyo Closures Due to (COVID-19 Tokyo Attraction Closures)

TOKYO CLOSURES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19 Tokyo Attraction Closures)

Moms are sharing Corona Virus Tokyo & Yokohama Closures (COVID-19 Tokyo Closures). As of March 21st, 2020 the government is optimistic that the Virus bullet was dodged in Japan and has announced the reopening of schools and attractions in April. Attractions are gradually opening in Japan, but check the list below before heading out.  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 Tokyo 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 – our favorites this time of year are Koishikawa Park (near Tokyo Dome), Hamarikyu Park (Minao-ku), Showa Park (Tachikawa) and Kiyosumi Gardens. *Please remember to wash your hands.


Open Attractions in Tokyo March 2020

FOR WHAT IS OPEN In March 2020 CHECK THIS PAGE

What is closed in Tokyo & Yokohama due to the Corona Virus / COVID-19 concerns (コロナウイルスのために東京と横浜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 Tokyo are temporary closed! 

1,. Tokyo Disney Land and Sea – Close Feb 29 – Early April 2020 Closure Details in English Presently schedule to open early April.

2. Ghibli Musuem – Closed Feb 25 – April 28, 2020 Closure Details in English Presently schedule to open April 29th.

3. Sanrio Park – Closed Feb 22 – Early April 2020 Closure Details in English Presently schedule to open early April.

4. Mori Art Musuem – Closed Feb 29 – To be Announced Closure Detail in English

5. Tondemi Athletic Center – REOPENED March 15, 2020 (limited hours 10:00 – 15:0o, and temperature checks at entry)

6. Tokyo Sky Circus – Closed Feb 29 – To Be Determined Closure Details in Japanese

7. Miraikan Science Museum – Closed Feb 27 – March 17th, 2020 Closure Details in Japanese

8. Nezu Museum – Closed Feb 29 – April 17, 2020 Closure Details in English 

9. Design 21-21 – Closed Feb 27 – March 31 2020 Closure Details in English Presently schedule to open April 1st.

10. National Museum of Nature and Science – Closed Feb 29 – To Be Determined Closure Details in Japanese.

11. Edo Tokyo Museum – Closed Feb 29 – March 31, 2020 Closure Details in English 

12. Hanayashiki Amusement Park – Closed March 1 – March 22, 2020 Closure Details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 23rd

13. Shinagawa Aqua Park – Closed Feb 29 – March 30, 2020 Closure Details in English Presently schedule to open March 31st

14. Kabuki Performance are canceled for March 2020

15. FujiQ Amusement Park – REOPENED Closure Details in English FujiQ reopened the Outdoor attractions, Outdoor Skating Rink and some food and drink facilities. Indoor attractions are still closed.

16. TeamLab Borderless and Planets –  Closed Feb 29 – Re-Opening To Be Announced Detail in English here about opening and ticket refunds

17. NikoNiko Playground and Park – Closed Feb 29 – Re-Opening to be Announced Japanese Details here.

18. Asobono – closed 2/29 – March 30, 2020 Japanese Details here. Presently schedule to open March 31st

19. National Museum – Closed Feb 27 – March 16, 2020 – Re-Opening to be Announced Japanese Details here.

20. National Museum of Western Art – closed Feb 29 -Re-Opening to be Announced Closure Details in English

21. Trampoland – closed March 2 – March 29, 2020 – Closure details in English

22. Kidzania – closed March 2 – April 5th – Closure details in Japanese

23. Tokyo Water Science Museum – closed 2/29 – 3/31 – Closure details in Japanese

24. Kid-o-Kidclosed 2/29 –  To be Determine – Closure details in Japanese

25. Kandu – closed 2/29 – March 30 – Closure details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 31st

26. Police Museum – closed 2/29 – March 30 – Closure details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 31st.

27. Tokyo Sea Life Park – closed 2/29 – March 30 – Closure details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 31st.

28. Ueno Zoo – closed 2/29 – March 30 Closure details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 31st.

29. Joypolis – closed 3/2 – March 30 Closure details in Japanese Presently schedule to open March 31st.

30. Kasai Rinkai Aquarium – closed 2/29 – April 5 Closure details in Japanese

31. Yomirui Land Amusement Park – Re-Opened 3/23 Closure details in Japanese 28 outside attractions have been reopened. Indoor attractions are closed until March 31.

32. Tokyo Metropolitan Underground Water Control Center – closed 2/29 – 3/24

33. All Day Home locations – closed 3/1 – 3/31

34. Nakameguro Cherry Blossom Festival – closed 3/20 – 4/10 *You can go to the river for a walk and see the cherry blossoms, but the festival is canceled.

35. Tokyo Sky Tree Observation Deck, Aquarium and Planetarium) – closed until further notice. Closure details in English

36. Sumida Aquarium – closed 3/1 – Until early April Closure details in English

37. Kodomonoyu Playcenter – closed until further notice Closure details in Japanese

38. Snoopy Museum Tokyo – closed 2/29 – March 31st Closure details in English

39. Toyosu Fish Market – closed 2/29 – 3/31 Closure details in English

40. Tokyo National Museum –  closed until further notice Closure details in English

41. Little Planet – Re-Opened March 19 Closure details in Japanese

42. Anemby Trim Park –  closed 3/4 –  until further notice Closure details in Japanese

43. Amazing World – Re-Opened March 20 Details in Japanese

44. Sunshine Aquarium – close 3/2 -to be determined Details in Japanese

Japan attraction closures

Saitama Closures due to Corona Virus COVID-19

Pocky Factory – Closed for all of March 2020

Railroad Museum – closed 2/29 to 3/31 Details in Japanese

Yokohama  Closures due to Corona Virus COVID-19

1. Anpanman Musuem – closed from 2/29 to 3/31 Closure details in Japanese

2. CupNoodle Museum – closed 2/29 – 3/31 Closure details in English

3. PuCHu! Indoor Playcenter – Re-Opened 3/20 Closure details in Japanese

4. Orbi (Orbi Indoor Wildlife & Digital World) – closed 2/29 – 3/30 Closure details in Japanese

5. Hamley’s Toy Store & Digital Playroom – closed 2/29 – April 4th Closure details in Japanese

6. Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum – closed 2/29 – 3/31 Closure details in Japanese

7. Yokohama Cosmo World (Amusement park) – closed 2/29 – 3/31 Closure details in Japanese

8. Little Planet Digital Playcenter – Re-opened March 20 Closure details in Japanese

9. Zoorasia – closed 2/29 – 3/31 Closure details in Japanese

10. Hakkeijima Sea Paradise – Re-Opened March 20 Closure details in Japanese

Hiroshima Preventive COVID-19 Closures

1. Hiroshima Peace Museum – Closed until March 29, 2020 Closure info in English 

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

WHAT IS OPEN as of latest updates?

  1.  Shibuya Virtual Reality – OPEN reservations here
  2.  LegoLand Discovery Center OPEN but time shorted from 11:00 – 16:00 until April 4th  English info here
  3.  FujiQ Amusement Park – RE-OPENED Closure Details in English FujiQ reopened the Outdoor attractions, Outdoor Skating Rink and some food and drink facilities. Indoor attractions are still closed.
  4.  Tondemi Athletic Center – RE-OPENED March 15, 2020 (limited hours 10:00 – 15:0o, and temperature checks at entry)
  5. Little Planet – RE-OPENED March 19 Closure details in Japanese
  6. Yomirui Land Amusement Park – RE-OPENEDd 3/23 Closure details in Japanese 28 outside attractions have been reopened. Indoor attractions are closed until March 31.
  7. .Oedo Onsen in Odaiba – OPEN
  8. Amazing World – RE-OPENED March 20 Details in Japanese
  9.   City Wave (Shinagawa) – OPEN
  10.  Sporu Shinagawa Oimachi (Shinagawa) – OPEN
  11.  EST Glow in the Dark Bowling – OPEN
  12. Tokyo Tower – OPEN (One Piece Museum and Trick Art closed until March 28th)
  13.  Meiji Jingu Shrine OPEN
  14.  Shinjuku Gyoen National Park – OPEN
  15.  Fuji Safari Park (Shizuoka) – OPEN
  16. Odawara Castle, Samurai Museum and Ninja Museum – OPEN
  17.  Space Museum TenQ – OPEN, but reduced open times. Weekdays: 11: 00-20: 00 (last entry 19:00) , Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 10: 00- 20:00 (last entry 19:00)
  18.  Samurai Museum – OPEN
  19.  Rollerskating at the Tokyo Dome  – OPEN
  20.  Spa La Quaopen
  21.  Tokyo Toy Museumopen however limited to 300 participants
  22.  Flystation (Saitama) – open Facebook page
  23.  Tokyo Solamachi – open however some stores are closed. Closure details in Japanese
  24. Showa Park and Bike Rental open (some of the exhibits are closed but play area is open. Details here in Japanese 
  25.  Mothers Farm (Chiba) open 

 

What is OPEN in Yokohama

1. AsoBuild (an entertainment facility for all ages)OPEN but Puchu! and certain events cancelled. Closure details in Japanese

2. Kodomo no Kuni (Children’s Land) OPEN but events cancelled – Closure details in Japanese

 

Tokyo & Yokohama Closures Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19 Tokyo 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

Things to do in Tokyo with Kids During Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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