Also for current tweets and various pictures:https://twitter.com/search/Tokyo%20Disneyland#search?q=Tokyo%20Disneyland
An additional piece with inside pictures and various updates: http://www.insidethemagic.net/2011/03/pictures-great-earthquake-strikes-tokyo-disneyland-and-disneysea-stranding-thousands-of-guests/
Also, tweets from guests inside the park have been quite complimentary of the park's staff, given what must be extremely trying circumstances. Which makes it all the more weird that Disney's saying nothing directly to its fans about the situation. Yes, I know that the parks are under the operation of Oriental Land, and not Disney itself, but it's Disney's brand name that's out there.
But I question using the computer-generated voice for the English voice announcement -- it gives the whole scenario a creepy, "Westworld" feel...Oops. Sorry, Kurt -- Great impression of "Microsoft Bob."
I haven't heard any reports from USJ. Its website reports that the park is open, and the southern part of the country appears to be in much better shape than the area around Tokyo and to the north.