More facilities reopen in Tokyo

Following the lifting of the state of emergency, more facilities are starting to reopen to the public.


Some places conduct body temperature checks at the entrance and all locations require visitors to wear a mask.


Places that have reopened:

Amusement Parks

Tokyo Disneyland/DisneySea (reopening July 1st/requires advance reservation)



Imperial Palace East Gardens


Koshishikawa Korakuen


Shinjuku Gyoen


Obseravtion decks

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Skytree

Shibuya Sky (Shibuya Scramble Square)

Tokyo City View(Roppongi Hills) 

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (from July 1st)



Tokyo National Museum (requires reservation)

National Museum of Nature and Science(requires reservation)

Miraikan (requires reservation)

Edo-Tokyo Museum

The National Arts Center Tokyo 



Tama Zoo 

Ueno Zoo (requires reservation)

Tokyo Sea Life Park/Kasai Rinkai Aquarium (requires reservation)

Toyosu Market (Early morning tuna auctions remain closed to public)

Digital Art Museum teamLab Borderless (requires reservation)