LEGOLAND Japan Resort is set to begin gradually reopening on Friday, May 22.
“With the highest priority given to the safety and health of our guests and staff, we have prepared safety measures and hygiene environments so that we can visit the park with as much peace of mind as possible,” the park said in a press release, initially published in Japanese.
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According to the release, guests will be permitted to visit the park four days a week on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays from 11 am to 5 pm.
LEGOLAND Japan Resort is limiting the number of visitors allowed at the park as well as its various attractions and dining establishments. Additionally, signage and markings have been created to demonstrate the proper physical distancing guidelines for guests in queuing areas.
Common areas, including attractions, restaurants, shops, and bathrooms, will be sterilized and cleaned regularly. As well, sanitizer stations have been installed in various locations throughout the resort.
Visitors will have their temperatures checked at the entrance. Anyone who presents a fever of 37.5°C or higher will be denied entry. Guests will also be required to wear masks during their visit.
LEGOLAND Japan Resort requests that all payments be contactless and cashless, requesting that visitors use other methods of payment such as credit cards or QR payment.
Finally, the park requests that those wishing to visit book their tickets in advance to help reduce wait times and reduce crowding. They can do so online.
LEGOLAND Japan Resort is one of a few theme parks that is beginning to reopen to the public.
Shanghai Disneyland recently began its phased reopening to guests on May 11 with a variety of preventative health and safety precautions for both Cast Members and guests.
Similarly, Disney Springs in Florida began a phased reopening on May 20.