While all seems to be going well in China, that really isn’t the case in Japan. Following the earthquake, the tsunami and all the after effects at the two parks—Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea—they have remained closed. However, it looks like later this month will the time when the parks reopen and begin to put smiles back on the faces of visitors.
Sure it might not be on the minds of many residents, who are still trying to piece their lives back together, but we guess the show must go on. Rolling blackouts will limit the parks’ hours once they do finally open—they’re even considering just opening one park at a time for a little bit. The parking lot has already been repaired and the hotels are all set, so it should only be a few more days or weeks until the first parade kicks off again through the park.
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