Attendance at the Tokyo Disney Resort over the first six months of the fiscal year declined, for the fourth consecutive year, the resort's owner reported today.
Oriental Land Co. reported that 14,329,000 people visited Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea between April 1 and September 30, 2016. That's a decline of about 43,000 visitors from the same period in 2015.
First-half attendance at the resort peaked at 15,099,000 visitors in 2013, following two years of aggressive attendance gains. Here are the results for the past six years, as reported by Oriental Land:
FY2016 1st Half Attendance: 14,329,000 persons
FY2015 1st Half Attendance: 14,372,000 persons
FY2014 1st Half Attendance: 15,099,000 persons
FY2013 1st Half Attendance: 15,359,000 persons
FY2012 1st Half Attendance: 13,250,000 persons
FY2011 1st Half Attendance: 10,739,000 persons
FWIW, 2013 was Tokyo Disneyland's 30th anniversary celebration, and the first full year of operation for the wildly popular Toy Story Mania ride at DisneySea.Tweet
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