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Tokyo Disney to keep admission limit post-COVID

Theme park operator brings in new attractions, ride-booking to boost revenues

Oriental Land has set a visitor target of 26 million to its Tokyo Disney Resort in fiscal 2024. (Photo by Hiromoto Deguchi) 

TOKYO -- The operator of the Tokyo Disney Resort (TDR) will continue to restrict entry to its parks, even though COVID numbers have come under control in Japan, to reduce wait times and improve customer experience.

Oriental Land said it will aim to add value to its services, in hopes for an increase in average spending per visitor. The company needs to boost revenue that has plunged with the drop in visitors to its theme parks in Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, over the last two years.

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