STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL CONTRACTS Section on Agent-Organized Tour Contract[SPECIAL COMPENSATION RULES]

Chapter I Payment of Compensation, Etc.

(Company's Liability for Payment)
Article 1

If a Traveler participating in an Organized Tour operated by this company (hereinafterreferred to as “the Company”) has suffered an injury due to a sudden and extraneous accident during such participation (hereinafter referred to as the "Accident"), the Company shall pay to the Traveler or his/her legal heir compensation for death or for an after-effect and a solatium for hospitalization or for a hospital visit (hereinafter referred to as "Compensation, Etc.") in accordance with the provisions of Chapters I through IV.

(Definition of Terms)
Article 2

An "Organized Tour" as stated in these Special Compensation Rules means that which is provided for in Paragraph 1, Article 2 of the Terms and Conditions of Agent-Organized Tour Contracts and Paragraph 1, Article 2 of the Terms and Conditions of Custom-Ordered Tour Contracts in the Standard Terms and Conditions of Travel Contracts.

Chapter II Cases Where Compensation, Etc., Are Not Paid

(Cases Where Compensation, Etc., Are Not Paid---(1))
Article 3

The Company shall not pay Compensation, Etc.., with respect to an injury occurring due to any of the causes mentioned in the following Items:

(Cases Where Compensation, Etc., Are Not Paid---(2))
Article 4

In addition to the provisions in the preceding Article, in the case of an Organized Tour intended for a Domestic Travel, the Company shall not pay Compensation, Etc., for an injury suffered due to any of the causes mentioned in the following Items:

(Cases Where Compensation, Etc., Are Not Paid---(3))
Article 5

The Company shall not pay Compensation, Etc., for an injury mentioned in any of the following Items unless an act referred to in any of these Items is included in the itinerary of the Organized Tour prepared in advance by the Company. If an act referred to in any of these Items is included in the said itinerary, the Company shall also pay Compensation, Etc., for an injury caused by a similar act, other than that specified in the itinerary, during the Traveler's participation in an Organized Tour.

(Cases Where Compensation, Etc., Are Not Paid---(4))
Article 5-2

Compensation and other settlements may not be paid if the traveler or the person named as the beneficiary of death compensation is recognized as belonging to the following. However, if the subject in question is one of multiple beneficiaries designated to receive death compensation, the other beneficiaries will receive the amount that is due to them.

Chapter III Kinds and Amounts of Payment of Compensation, Etc.

(Payment of Compensation for Death)
Article 6

If a Traveler suffered an injury referred to in Article 1 and died as a direct result of it within 180 days of the date of the Accident, the Company shall pay compensation for death to the legal heir of the Traveler in the amount per Traveler (hereinafter referred to as "Amount of Compensation") of 25,000,000 yen in the case of an Organized Tour intended for Overseas Travel, or 15,000,000 yen in the case of an Organized Tour intended for Domestic Travel. However, if compensation for an aftereffect has already been paid with respect to the Traveler concerned, an amount arrived at by subtracting the amount already paid from the Amount of Compensation shall be paid.

(Payment of Compensation for an Aftereffect)
Article 7

If a Traveler suffered an injury referred to in Article 1 and an aftereffect (meaning a serious disorder of a function remaining in the body which cannot be recovered in the future or loss of part of the body after the injury constituting the cause was healed; hereinafter the same) was caused as a direct result of it within 180 days of the date of the Accident, the Company shall pay compensation for an aftereffect to the Traveler in the amount per Traveler arrived at by multiplying the Amount of Compensation by the ratio mentioned in the relevant Item of Schedule II.

(Payment of a Solatium for Hospitalization)
Article 8

If a Traveler suffered the injury referred to in Article 1, and, as its direct result, became unable to engage in normal business or to lead a normal life and consequently was admitted to a hospital (meaning, a case requiring treatment by a doctor in which home-care is considered difficult and as a result admitted to a hospital or a clinic to concentrate on the treatment under the doctor's supervision at all times; hereinafter the same applies in this Article), the Company shall pay to the Traveler a solatium for hospitalization for the number of such days (hereinafter referred to as "Number of Days of Hospitalization") in accordance with the following classification:

(1) In case of an Organized Tour intended for Overseas Travel:

(a) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 180 or more: 400,000 yen
(b) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 90 or more but less than 180: 200,000 yen
(c) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 7 or more but less than 90: 100,000 yen
(d) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is less than 7: 40,000 yen

(2) In case of an Organized Tour intended for Domestic Travel:

(a) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 180 or more: 200,000 yen
(b) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 90 or more but less than 180: 100,000 yen
(c) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is 7 or more but less than 90: 50,000 yen
(d) In case of the injury for which the Number of Days of Hospitalization is less than 7: 20,000 yen

(Payment of a Solatium for Hospital Visits)
Article 9

If a Traveler suffered an injury referred to in Article 1, and as its direct result, became unable to engage in normal business or to lead a normal life and visited a hospital (meaning, a case requiring treatment by a doctor and visited hospital or a clinic to receive treatment by a doctor (including a home visit by a doctor); hereinafter the same applies in this Article), the Company shall pay to the Traveler a solatium for hospital visits for the number of such days (hereinafter referred to as "Number of Days of Hospital Visits") in accordance with the following classification if such number of days totaled 3 days or more:

(1) In case of an Organized Tour intended for Overseas Travel:

(a) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 90 or more: 100,000 yen
(b) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 7 or more but less than 90: 50,000 yen
(c) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 3 or more but less than 7: 20,000 yen

(2) In case of an Organized Tour intended for Domestic Travel:

(a) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 90 or more: 50,000 yen
(b) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 7 or more but less than 90: 25,000 yen
(c) In case of an injury for which the Number of Days of Hospital Visits is 3 or more but less than 7: 10,000 yen

(Special Provisions Concerning the Payment of a Solatium for Hospitalization and a Solatium for Hospital Visits)
Article 10

Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding two Articles, if the Number of Days of Hospitalization and the Number of Days of Hospital Visits for one Traveler have each become 1 or more, the Company shall pay only the solatium mentioned in either of the following Items whose amount is the larger (if the amounts are the same, that mentioned in Item (1)):

(Presumption of Death)
Article 11

If a Traveler is not found after the elapse of 30 days from the date on which the aircraft or the ship which he/she boarded went missing or met with the Accident, he/she will be presumed to have died due to the injury referred to in Article 1 on the date on which the aircraft or the ship went missing or met with the Accident.

(Effect of Other Physical Disabilities or Diseases)
Article 12

If the injury referred to in Article 1 has become serious due to an effect of the physical disability or the disease already existing when the Traveler suffered that injury, or due to an effect of an injury or a disease which occurred independent of the Accident which had caused the injury referred to in Article 1 after suffering such injury, the amount appropriate for that injury, excluding such effect, shall be determined and paid.

Chapter IV Occurrence of Accident and Procedures for Claiming Compensation, Etc.

(Request for Explanation, etc., Concerning the Degree of Injury, etc.)
Article 13

If a Traveler has suffered the injury referred to in Article 1, the Company may request of him/her or the person entitled to receive a compensation for death an explanation concerning the degree of the injury, the outline of the Accident which caused the injury, etc., or request for a medical examination of the Traveler or for a postmortem examination. In this case, the Traveler or the person who is entitled to receive the compensation for death must comply with such requests.

(Claim for Compensation, Etc.)
Article 14

If the Traveler or the person entitled to receive compensation for death intends to receive Compensation, Etc., he/she must submit a claim form for Compensation, Etc., prescribed by the Company, as well as the following documents:

(Subrogation)
Article 15

Even if the Company has paid Compensation, Etc., the Traveler's or his/her heir's right to seek damages from a third party in connection with the injury suffered by the Traveler shall not be transferred to the Company.

Chapter V Compensation for Damaged Baggage

(Payment Liability of the Company)
Article 16

If a Traveler participating in an Organized Tour operated by the Company has incurred damage to his/her personal belongings due to an Accident occurring while he/she was participating in the Organized Tour (hereinafter referred to as "Goods for Compensation"), the Company shall pay compensation for damaged baggage (hereinafter referred to as "Compensation for Damage") in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter.

(Cases Where a Compensation for Damage Is Not Paid)
Article 17

The Company shall not pay Compensation for Damage with respect to damage resulting from any of the causes mentioned in the following Items:

(Cases Where a Compensation for Damage Is Not Paid---2)
Article 17-2

The Company shall not pay Compensation for Damage with respect to damage resulting from any of the causes mentioned in the following Items:

(Goods for Compensation and the Scope of Application)
Article 18

Goods for Compensation are limited to the Traveler's personal belongings which he/she carries with him/her during his/her participation in the Organized Tour.

(Amount of Damage and Amount of a Compensation for Damage)
Article 19

The amount of damage which the Company should pay as a Compensation for Damage (hereinafter referred to as "Amount of Damage") shall be determined on the basis of either the value of the Goods for Compensation at the place and time where and when the damage was caused or the total amount of the cost of repair necessary for restoring the Goods for Compensation to their state immediately before the occurrence of the damage and the cost referred to in Paragraph 3 of the following Article, whichever is lower.

(Prevention of Damage, Etc.)
Article 20

If a Traveler has realized that damage provided for in Article 16 has occurred to Goods for Compensation, he/she must perform the following:

(Claim for a Compensation for Damage)
Article 21

When the Traveler intends to receive Compensation for Damage, he/she must submit to the Company a claim form for Compensation for Damage prescribed by the Company and the documents mentioned in the following Items:

(In Case of There Being an Insurance Policy)
Article 22

If there is an insurance policy covering the damage referred to in Article 16, the Company may reduce the amount of the Compensation for Damage to be paid to the Traveler.

(Subrogation)
Article 23

If the Traveler has the right to claim damages against a third party for the damage for which the Company should pay a Compensation for Damage, such right to claim damages shall be transferred to the Company within the limits of the amount of the Compensation for Damage which the Company has already paid to the Traveler.

Section on Agent-Organized Tour Contract  SPECIAL COMPENSATION RULES [Schedule]

Schedule I (related to Item (1), Article 5)

Mountaineering (using such mountaineering equipment as ice axes, crampons, climbing ropes, hammers), luging, bobsledding, skydiving, hang gliding, operating an ultralight power-driven machine (a motorized hang glider, a microlight plane, an ultralight plane, etc.), flying a gyroplane, and other similar dangerous sports

Schedule II (related to Paragraphs 1, 3 and 4, Article 7)

1 Ophthalmic disorder

(1) Loss of sight in both eyes: 100%
(2) Loss of sight in one eye: 60%
(3) Failure of corrected eyesight to be lower than 0.6 in one eye: 5%
(4) Reduced field of vision (meaning a case where the field of vision has become 60% or less of the total normal range) in one eye: 5%

2 Aural disorder

(1) Complete loss of hearing in both ears: 80%
(2) Complete loss of hearing in one ear: 30%
(3) Inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of 50 cm or more in one ear: 5%

3 Nasal disorder

(1) Significant disorder in nasal functions: 20%

4 Disorder in chewing and speaking

(1) Complete loss of chewing or speaking functions: 100%
(2) Significant disorder remaining in chewing or speaking functions: 35%
(3) Disorder remaining in chewing or speaking functions: 15%
(4) Loss of five or more teeth: 5%

5 Ugliness of outward appearance (of face, head or neck)

(1) Significant ugliness of outward appearance remaining: 15%
(2) Ugliness of outward appearance (e.g. a scar with a diameter of approximately 2 cm on the face or a linear scar with a length of approximately 3 cm) remaining: 3%

6 Spinal disorder

(1) Significant deformity or significant dyskinesia of the spine remaining: 40%
(2) Dyskinesia of the spine remaining: 30%
(3) Deformity of the spine remaining: 15%

7 Disorder in an arm (meaning the wrist joint and the upper part of an arm) or a leg (meaning the ankle and the upper part of a leg)

(1) Loss of an arm or a leg: 60%
(2) Complete loss of the functions of two or three joints of the three main joints in an arm or a leg: 50%
(3) Complete loss of the functions of a joint of the three main joints in an arm or a leg: 35%
(4) Disorder remaining in the functions of an arm or a leg: 5%

8 Disorder in a finger

(1) Loss of the phalangeal joint (interphalangeal joint) and the upper part of a thumb: 20%
(2) Significant disorder remaining in the functions of a thumb: 15%
(3) Loss of the second phalangeal joint (distal interphalangeal joint) and the upper part of a finger other than a thumb: 8%
(4) Significant disorder remaining in the functions of a finger other than a thumb: 5%

9 Disorder in a toe

(1) Loss of the toe joint (interdigital joint) and the upper part of a big toe: 10%
(2) Significant disorder remaining in the functions of a big toe: 8%
(3) Loss of the second toe joint (distal interdigital joint) of a toe other than a big toe : 5%
(4) Significant disorder remaining in the functions of a toe other than a big toe: 3%

10 Other cases of significant disorders making it impossible to look after oneself

100%

Schedule III (related to Paragraph 2, Article 8)

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■You can make up to three bookings (including for show restaurants) for the same dining date.
■Priority Seating for restaurants in the Parks or Disney hotels within Tokyo Disney Resort can be booked in advance for one time slot in each meal category (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) on the same dining date. (Guests with Online Reservations Privileges or Complimentary Breakfast, can book one time slot for each meal in either the benefits category or the general category, but not both.)
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■You may be unable to book the restaurant or the time slot you want depending on the availability or other conditions at the time you start the booking process, even if it is within the period for booking.
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■Some restaurants limit the amount of time you can stay in the dining area. Please be sure to check when you book a restaurant.

Restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland / Tokyo DisneySea
■Please note bookings for Park restaurants are not accepted from 9:00 p.m. (JST) the day before you wish to dine to 8:59 a.m. (JST) on the day you wish to dine.
■Making a booking for the purposes of conducting commercial activities or re-selling the booking is prohibited.
You may be requested to show identification to dine at the restaurant.
Please understand that if we find that a booking has been re-sold, we may deny service to the party with the re-sold booking.

Please read before booking a restaurant

■You can make up to three bookings (including for show restaurants) for the same dining date.
■Priority Seating for restaurants in the Parks or Disney hotels within Tokyo Disney Resort can be booked in advance for one time slot in each meal category (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) on the same dining date. (Guests with Online Reservations Privileges or Complimentary Breakfast, can book one time slot for each meal in either the benefits category or the general category, but not both.)
■A reservation for up to eight persons, including children age 3 or under, can be made with one booking. Please be sure to include all children in the search conditions.
■You may be unable to book the restaurant or the time slot you want depending on the availability or other conditions at the time you start the booking process, even if it is within the period for booking.
Please check here for information on temporary restaurant closures.
■Some restaurants limit the amount of time you can stay in the dining area. Please be sure to check when you book a restaurant.

Restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland / Tokyo DisneySea
■Please note bookings for Park restaurants are not accepted from 9:00 p.m. (JST) the day before you wish to dine to 8:59 a.m. (JST) on the day you wish to dine.
■Making a booking for the purposes of conducting commercial activities or re-selling the booking is prohibited.
You may be requested to show identification to dine at the restaurant.
Please understand that if we find that a booking has been re-sold, we may deny service to the party with the re-sold booking.

Please read before booking a restaurant

■Payment must be made by credit card when booking on this website. Please have your credit card ready.
■You can make up to three bookings (including for restaurants that are not show restaurants or that are one of the hotel benefits) for the same dining date.
■A completed booking does not guarantee admission to the Park.
■As admission may be restricted depending on conditions at the Park, we recommend purchasing fixed-date Park tickets to ensure admission on your dining date.
■A booking for up to eight persons can be made at one time.
■The period that reservations for show restaurants can be made is shown below.
Advance Booking
From 9:00 a.m. (JST) one month before to 8:59 p.m. (JST) the day before you wish to dine.
- If the month before does not have the same day as your dining date, then you can book from the 1st of the next month. (Example: If the date you want is March 30, you can book from March 1 because February does not have 30 days.)
Booking on Day of Visit
From 9:00 a.m. (JST) to two hours before the show start time.
- For the first performance of a lunch show, bookings can be made up to 30 minutes before.
- Bookings can be made online on the day of visit only if tables are still available.
■At the time you start, even if it is still during the booking period, you may be unable to make a booking due to no availability or other reasons.

Please read before booking a restaurant

■Payment must be made by credit card when booking on this website. Please have your credit card ready.
■You can make up to three bookings (including for restaurants that are not show restaurants or that are one of the hotel benefits) for the same dining date.
■A completed booking does not guarantee admission to the Park.
■As admission may be restricted depending on conditions at the Park, we recommend purchasing fixed-date Park tickets to ensure admission on your dining date.
■A booking for up to eight persons can be made at one time.
■The period that reservations for show restaurants can be made is shown below.
Advance Booking
From 9:00 a.m. (JST) one month before to 8:59 p.m. (JST) the day before you wish to dine.
- If the month before does not have the same day as your dining date, then you can book from the 1st of the next month. (Example: If the date you want is March 30, you can book from March 1 because February does not have 30 days.)
Booking on Day of Visit
From 9:00 a.m. (JST) to two hours before the show start time.
- For the first performance of a lunch show, bookings can be made up to 30 minutes before.
- Bookings can be made online on the day of visit only if tables are still available.
■At the time you start, even if it is still during the booking period, you may be unable to make a booking due to no availability or other reasons.

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Deluxe Type: 30,000 yen (per stay)
- Disney Ambassador Hotel
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- Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel


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