Tokyo Disney Opens Newly Expanded Areas.

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The Tokyo Disney Resort was the first Disney park to be built outside of the United States, and it opened on April 15, 1983. With two Disney theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Both of which are owned and operated by Oriental Land Co, Ltd. Tokyo Disneyland recently announced that newly built attractions, restaurants, and shops will be opening on September 28, 2020. The expansion of these areas has been going on for three years, marking this the largest expansion of the Park’s history.

Tokyo Disney is modeled after Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Florida. The additions will be located in Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Toontown . Fantasyland will bring the much-anticipated Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Beauty and the Beast” the Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast attraction. In Tomorrowland, guests will experience a brand new The Happy Ride with Baymax attraction which is inspired by Disney Animation’s Oscar-winning film, “Big Hero 6”. Finally, Toontown will offer a new Disney Character meet and greet experience located at a new Minnie’s Style Studio. 

For those who will be visiting Tokyo Disney Resort, there are new updated guidelines located on their website as of September 19, 2020. In part the new guidelines include; “we are implementing measures in accordance with the Amusement Park and Theme Park New Coronavirus Infection Containment Guidelines that were developed based on the government’s Basic Policies for Novel Coronavirus Disease Control, and additionally are following government agency guidance to give top priority to the health and safety of our guests and cast members in our operations.” Guests will also undergo a temperature screening conducted during admission, and guests with a temperature of 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit or above, or cold-like symptoms will not be allowed entry to the parks.

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JN is a graduate of the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies. During her time at Daytona State College, JN was also an active member of the student photography association, an editor on In Motion, the school newspaper and the managing editor on Aeolus, the school literary magazine. After graduating, JN became a staff writer and photographer for a local community driven publication. Now, she spends her time writing for Streaming the Magic. In her spare time Justina goes on location to local theme parks to take photos for her publications.

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