Coronavirus: List of shops to close in Tokyo this weekend (April 4-5)

The following is a list of shops, department stores and other major facilities in Tokyo and neighboring prefectures that will be temporarily closed for this weekend (April 4-5) or beyond, as the capital struggles to contain the rapid rise in new coronavirus cases. 

* As of April 3, 2020.
* Schedules are subject to change.

Aeon – Supermarkets will remain open but all other tenant shops will be closed at Aeon shopping malls in Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa prefectures on April 4-5. 

Big Echo – All Big Echo karaoke shops in Tokyo will be closed on April 3-12.

Daimaru, Matsuzakaya Daimaru Tokyo and Matsuzakaya Ueno department stores will be closed on April 4-5. *Grocery section at Daimaru Tokyo will open with shortened hours.*

Ito Yokado – Ito Yokado supermarkets will remain open but all other tenant shops will be closed at Ito Yokado’s Ario shopping malls in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama prefectures on April 4-5.

KeioKeio Shinjuku and Keio Seisekisakuragaoka department stores will be closed April 4-5. *Grocery sections will open with shortened hours.*

LaLaportLaLaport Toyosu, LaLaport Tokyo-Bay, LaLaport Kashiwanoha,LaLaport Tachikawa Tachihi,LaLaport Yokohama,LaLaport Ebina, LaLapost Shonan Hiratsuka, LaLapost Shin Misato, LaLaport Fujimi shopping malls will be closed April 4-5. *Grocery stores, pharmacies and medical clinics at some LaLaport locations will be open.*

LumineLumine Ikebukuro, Lumine Yurakucho, Lumine Shinjuku, Lumine Est Shinjuku, Newoman Shinjuku and Lumine Machida will be closed April 4-5 and April 11-12. *Eight other Lumine shopping centers in Tokyo, Kanagawa and Saitama prefectures will only open their grocery sections.*

MaruiYurakucho Marui, Shinjuku Marui, Shibuya Marui, Ikebukuro Marui and all other Marui department stores in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama and Chiba will be closed on April 4-5 and April 11-12. *Some grocery sections will open with shortened hours.* 

Matsuya – Matsuya Ginza and Matsuya Asakusa department stores will be closed on April 4-5. 

Mitsukoshi, Isetan – All 6 Mitsukoshi and Isetan department stores in Tokyo and vicinity (Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi, Mitsukoshi Ginza, Mitsukoshi Ebisu, Isetan Shinjuku, Isetan Tachikawa, Isetan Urawa) will be closed on April 4-5 and April 11-12.

Odakyu – Odakyu Shinjuku and Odakyu Machida department stores will be closed April 4-5. *Grocery sections will open with shortened hours.*

ParcoIkebukuro Parco, Shibuya Parco, Kichijoji Parco, Parco_ya Ueno shopping malls will be closed April 4-5 and April 11-12. *Six other Parco locations in Tokyo, Saitama and Chiba prefectures will only open their grocery sections and medical clinics.*

Round One – All 103 Round1 indoor leisure facilities nationwide will close on April 4-10.

Seibu, Sogo – 8 Seibu and Sogo department stores in Tokyo and vicinity (Seibu Ikebukuro, Seibu Shibuya, Seibu Tokorozawa S.C., Seibu Higashitotsuka S.C., Sogo Yokohama, Sogo Chiba, Sogo Omiya, Sogo Kawaguchi) will be closed on April 4-5 and April 11-12. *Grocery sections at Seibu Tokorozawa S.C., Seibu Higashitotsuka S.C. and Sogo Kawaguchi will open with shortened hours.* 

Shibuya 109 – Fashion building Shibuya 109 will be closed April 4-12.

Takashimaya – 5 Takashimaya department stores in Tokyo and vicinity (Nihombashi Takashimaya, Takashimaya Times Square, Tamagawa Takashimaya, Yokohama Takashimaya, Kashiwa Takashimaya) will be closed on April 4-5. *Grocery sections will open with shortened hours.*

TobuTobu Ikebukuro and Tobu Funahashi department stores will be closed on April 4-5. *Grocery sections will open with shortened hours.*

Tokyu Tokyu Shibuya, Tokyu Kichijoji and Tokyu Tama Plaza department stores will be closed on April 4-5. *Grocery sections will open with shortened hours.*

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