The Tokyo SOE (State of Emergency) was supposed to end this weekend but is now extended to March 21st. We all need to be careful about wearing our masks and not crowing into closed spaces, but it is time to come out of our COVDS caves. We have listed up our favorite family outings and checked the present business statuses. We note if open from this weekend, reservations needed or not, and any other precautions.
Before you head out anywhere, check the attraction’s website to be 100% sure. We will update this list frequently over the next few weeks.
March 2021 Tokyo Family Attractions – Open, Reservations, and More
Shibuya Virtual Reality – open reservations here
Meiji Jingu Shrine – open
EST Glow in the Dark Bowling – open
Shinjuku Gyoen National Park – open
Samurai Museum – open
Tokyo Sky Circus – open, but VR experiences only open on weekends
Oedo Onsen in Odaiba – open
Miraikan Science Museum – open, reservations required
Anemby Trim Park – open but reservations necessary
TeamLab Borderless and Planets – Both open tickets need to be pre-purchased
Ghibli Museum – Open
Yomiuri Land Amusement Park (Inagi Tokyo) – Until 3/7 only 5,000 people will be allowed into the park at one time
Sanrio Park (Tama, Tokyo) – Open
Yotsuya/Tokyo Dome Area
Spa La Qua – open
Tokyo Toy Museum – open however limited admittance, reserve tickets
Asobono – open with fewer people allowed
Police Museum – open (near Tokyo Station)
Tokyo Tower – open
Mori Art Museum – Open
Ueno Zoo – yeh, xoo is opening March 9th (always closed on Mondays)
Tokyo National Museum – Open
Edo Tokyo Museum – Open
Hanayashiki Amusement Park – Open
Fuji Safari Park (Shizuoka) – open
Tokyo Disney Land and Sea – open
Kodomo no Kuni (Children’s Land) – open, but events canceled
Sankien Gardens – open, but events canceled.
Yokohama Landmark Tower Sky Garden – open, however open hours reduced.
PuCHu! Indoor Playcenter – open