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At the request of the government, Japanese schools closed doors from Monday, March 2, to help stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. In addition, a number of companies, venues, sports teams and attractions have canceled or curtailed numerous events in Japan. Here is a running list of just some of the establishments, events and attractions in Tokyo that are closed or postponed due to coronavirus. Be sure to check the website or call any venue you plan to attend this month.

Tokyo Attractions

Yomiuri Land has partially resumed.

Moomin Valley Park continued partial operation from March 14.

Tokyo Skytree is temporarily closed until further notice.

Toyosu Fish Market is closed to general visitors through March 31.

Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea temporarily closed through April 20 or beyond.

• Sanrio Puroland (Hello Kitty Land) temporarily closed through early April

Ghibli Museum temporarily closed through April 28.

Ueno Zoo is temporarily closed through April 12.

Sunshine Aquarium is temporarily closed until further notice.

• Toshimaen is temporarily closed through March

Tree of Light is ongoing but most connecting events have been canceled.

Tokyo Festivals

• The Nakameguro Cherry Blossom Festival is canceled.

Hibiya Blossom Garden suspended until further notice

Tokyo Museums

TeamLab Planets: Sakura is temporarily closed through April 5.

TeamLab Borderless (Mori Building Digital Art Museum) is temporarily closed until further notice.

Mori Art Museum is temporarily closed until further notice

• Peter Doig exhibition at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo is temporarily closed until further notice.

• The Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum will be closed until further notice.

• The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is temporarily closed until April 12

• The Hara Museum of Contemporary Art is closed until further notice. Exhibition period extended until June 7

• The Sumida Hokusai Museum lecture and library will be closed until further notice.

• 21_21 Design Sight is temporarily closed until April 12.

Hajime Sorayama: Sex Matter and Trex Art Exhibition closed from March 31 until further notice

Jin Katagiri: Sosaku Daihyakka has been canceled

Tokyo Performing Arts

• Performances at New National Theatre, Tokyo are canceled through April 7, however, the New National Theatre Tokyo is partially open

Tokyo Opera Nomori spring festival postponed indefinitely. Select performances are being live-streamed.

Download Japan 2020 has been postponed.

Tokyo Sports

• J-League soccer games postponed until further notice

• Nippon Professional Baseball League opening day postponed until April 24

Japan Rugby Top League 2020 season has been canceled