The six-month financial results of Oriental Land Co., Ltd., which operates Tokyo Disney Resort, were in the final deficit for the second consecutive year due to the continued restrictions on the number of visitors due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection. ..

Oriental Land Co., Ltd. announced on the 28th that the group's sales for the six months to last month were 97.5 billion yen, an increase of 65% compared to the same period of the previous year, but the final loss was 14.1 billion yen. At this time, it was in the red for the second consecutive year.

This is because the state of emergency declared by the new Corona continued to have effects such as shortening business hours and limiting the number of visitors.

However, compared to the final deficit of 30 billion yen at the same time in the previous year when we were forced to take a temporary closure, the deficit has shrunk significantly.

In addition, the company announced for the first time its one-year earnings forecast up to March next year, and said that it would continue to limit the number of visitors, resulting in a final loss of 17.5 billion yen.

Yuichi Katayama, Vice President of Oriental Land Co., Ltd., said at an online press conference, "The impact of Corona is greater than expected. We will continue to limit the number of visitors in order to give top priority to the safety and security of our customers."