The following is a list of some of the major facilities across Japan that have been temporarily closed, as well as entertainment and sports events that have been canceled or postponed, to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.

* As of March 26, 2020.
* Schedules of temporary closures are subject to change.


National museums in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara and Fukuoka – Closed until further notice. 

Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea – Closed through early April. 

Universal Studios Japan – Closed through March 29. 

Legoland Japan – *Reopened from March 23. 

Sanrio Puroland – Closed through early April. 

Huis Ten Bosch – Indoor attractions remain closed through March 29. Outdoor attractions, restaurants, shops and onsite hotels resumed operations from March 16.

Ghibli Museum – Closed through April 28. 

Snoopy Museum Tokyo – Closed through March 31. 

Japan Olympic Museum – Closed until further notice. 

Kyoto International Manga Museum – *Reopened from March 23.  

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum – Closed through March 29.  

The Railway Museum – Closed through March 31. 

Kyoto Railway Museum – Closed through March 31. 

Yokohama Anpanman Children's Museum  – Closed through March 31. 

Tokyo Skytree – Closed until further notice. 

Roppongi Hills (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo City View, Mori Arts Center Gallery) – Closed until further notice. 

Abeno Harukas (Harukas Observatory, Abeno Harukas Art Museum) – Closed until further notice. 

Ueno Zoological Gardens – Closed through March 31. 

Tokyo Sea Life Park – Closed through March 31. 

Sunshine Aquarium – Closed until further notice.  

Shinagawa Aquarium – Closed through March 31.

Sumida Aquarium – Closed until early April.

Enoshima Aquarium – Closed through March 31.  

Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan – Closed until further notice.  

Sea Paradise Yokohama Hakkeijima – *Reopened March 23 but some events and attractions remain closed.  

Kobe Animal Kingdom – *Reopened March 20 but some events and attractions remain closed. 

Osaka Tennoji Zoo – *Reopened March 24 but some attractions remain closed.

Adventure World – *Reopened March 23 but some events and attractions remain closed. 

Sapporo Maruyama Zoo – Closed through March 31. 


Kabukiza Theatre, Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre, Minamiza Theatre, Osaka Shochikuza Theatre – All Kabuki shows canceled through end of March.  

Bob Dylan – Concerts scheduled April 1–22 in Tokyo and Osaka canceled. 

Masaharu Fukuyama – Concerts scheduled March 19, 21, 22 at Yokohama Arena canceled. 

Ayumi Hamasaki - Concerts scheduled March 19, 21 in Koriyama and Aomori canceled. 


Swimming – Japan Swim 2020 scheduled for April 2-7 canceled.

Baseball – Professional baseball season opening for both Central and Pacific leagues postponed until April 24. 

Baseball – Spring high school tournament canceled.  

Football – All official matches postponed. J1 matches to resume May 9; J2 matches May 2; J3 matches April 25.

Rugby - Japan Rugby Top League matches canceled for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season.

Basketball – B-League matches from March 14 to be held without spectators.