Fans from around the world might get the chance again to visit Tokyo Disney, Universal Studios Japan, and other popular tourist Japanese destinations next spring, according to reports.
Japan has closed its borders to most international visitors, as it looks to contain Covid-19. However, with Tokyo set to host the postponed Summer Olympics next year, officials have been working on plans to reopen those borders to international visitors.
According to media reports, visitors to Japan will need to submit a recent negative coronavirus test and download a government health tracking app in order to be admitted to he country. Visitors also must pass a Covid test upon arrival and purchase private health insurance in order to see the Olympics or visit other attractions without spending 14 days in quarantine.
While the Olympics are likely the big international attraction in Japan for 2021, theme park fans are looking forward to the opening of Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan, which is expected next spring. And many fans no doubt would love to see Tokyo Disneyland’s new Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast dark ride and other park expansion locations in person, too.
Plans are expected to be completed and announced by the beginning of the year, so don’t rush to book just yet.Tweet
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