STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL CONTRACTS Arranged Tour Contracts

Chapter I General Provisions

(Scope of Application)
Article 1

An Arranged Tour Contract which this company (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) concludes with the Traveler shall be subject to these General Terms and Conditions. Matters which are not provided for in these General Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws, ordinances, regulations and generally established practice.

(Definition of Terms)
Article 2

An "Arranged Tour Contract" as stated in these General Terms and Conditions means a contract under which the Company, commissioned by the Traveler, undertakes to make arrangements so that the Traveler can receive services for transportation, accommodation, and other services for travel provided by transportation/accommodation facilities (hereinafter referred to as "Travel Services") by acting as a representative, as an intermediary, as an agent, etc., on behalf of the Traveler.

(Completion of Obligations Concerning Arrangements)
Article 3

When the Company has made arrangements for Travel Services with the good manager's duty of due care, the performance of the Company's obligations based on the Arranged Tour Contract is deemed completed. Accordingly, even if the Company was unable to conclude a contract with transportation/accommodation facilities, etc., for providing Travel Services due to a reason of being full, suspension of business, conditions being unsuitable, etc., the Traveler has to pay to the Company its prescribed travel business handling fee (hereinafter referred to as the "Handling Fee") if the Company has fulfilled its obligations. If a Communications Contract has been concluded, the Card Use Day shall be the day on which the Company has notified the Traveler to the effect that the Company was unable to conclude a contract withtransportation/accommodation facilities, etc., for the provision of Travel Services.

(Arrangements Agent)
Article 4

In performing an Arranged Tour Contract, the Company may have another travel agent, a person handling travel arrangements as a business, or any other auxiliary in Japan or any other place outside Japan perform as an agent for all or part of the arrangements.

Chapter II Entry into Effect of Contracts

(Application for a Contract)
Article 5

A Traveler who intends to conclude an Arranged Tour Contract with the Company must enter the prescribed matters in an application form prescribed by the Company and submit it to the Company together with the application fee, the amount of which shall be separately specified by the Company.

(Refusal to Conclude a Contract)
Article 6

The Company may not agree to conclude an Arranged Tour Contract in any of the following cases:

(Time of Entry into Effect of a Contract)
Article 7

An Arranged Tour Contract enters into effect when the Company has agreed to conclude it and has received the application fee referred to in Paragraph 1, Article 5.

(Special Provisions for Entry into Effect of a Contract)
Article 8

Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1, Article 5, the Company may have an Arranged Tour Contract come into effect only by accepting the conclusion of the contract without receiving the application fee under a special written agreement.

(Special Provisions for Train (Bus) Tickets, Accommodation Coupons, Etc.)
Article 9

Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1, Article 5 and Paragraph 1 of the preceding Article, the Company may accept an oral application for an Arranged Tour Contract intended only for arrangements for transportation or accommodation services under which a document is issued indicating the right to receive such Travel Services in return for the Travel Fee.

(Contract Document)
Article 10

Promptly after an Arranged Tour Contract has come into effect, the Company shall issue to the Traveler a document mentioning the itinerary, the contents of Travel Services, the Travel Fee, and other conditions for the tour, as well as matters concerning the Company's responsibility (hereinafter referred to as a "Contract Document"). However, if the Company delivers train (bus) tickets, accommodation coupons, etc., and other documents indicating the right to receive Travel Services with respect to all the Travel Services for which it makes arrangements, it may not issue such Contract Document.

(Method Using Information and Communications Technology)
Article 11

With the prior agreement with the Traveler, if the Company, instead of issuing a document mentioning the itinerary, the contents of Travel Services, the Travel Fee and other conditions for the tour, as well as matters concerning the responsibility of the Company, to be issued to the Traveler when concluding an Arranged Tour Contract, or a Contract Document, has provided the matters which should be mentioned in such document (hereinafter referred to in this Article as "Matters To Be Mentioned") by a method using information and communications technology, it will confirm that the Matters To Be Mentioned have been recorded in a file kept in the communications equipment used by the Traveler.

Chapter III Change and Cancellation of Contracts

(Change in Contract Contents)
Article 12

The Traveler may request the Company to change the itinerary, the contents of Travel Services and other contents of the Arranged Tour Contract. In this case, the Company will comply with the Traveler's request to the reasonably practical extent.

(Voluntary Cancellation by the Traveler)
Article 13

The Traveler may cancel the Arranged Tour Contract in whole or in part at any time.

(Cancellation Due to a Cause Attributable to the Traveler)
Article 14

The Company may cancel the Arranged Tour Contract in any of the following cases:

(Cancellation Due To a Cause Attributable to the Company)
Article 15

The Traveler may cancel the Arranged Tour Contract if it has become impossible to make arrangements for Travel Services due to causes attributable to the Company.

Chapter IV Travel Fee

(Travel Fee)
Article 16

The Traveler must pay the Travel Fee to the Company by the time, prior to the commencement of the tour, fixed by the Company.

(Adjustment of the Travel Fee)
Article 17

If the Handling Charge and the amount of cost paid by the Company to the transportation/accommodation facilities, etc., to make arrangements for Travel Services which should be borne by the Traveler (hereinafter referred to as the "Adjustment Travel Fee"), on one hand, and the amount already received as the Travel Fee, on the other, are not in agreement, the Company shall promptly adjust the Travel Fee after the completion of the travel in accordance with the provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3.

Chapter V Party/Group Arrangements

(Party/Group Arrangements)
Article 18

With respect to the conclusion of an Arranged Tour Contract for which more than one Traveler traveling together, following the same itinerary at the same time, have applied after designating their responsible representative (hereinafter referred to as the "Person Responsible for Contract"), the Company applies the provisions of this Chapter.

(Person Responsible for Contract)
Article 19

With respect to the conclusion of an Arranged Tour Contract for which more than one Traveler traveling together, following the same itinerary at the same time, have applied after designating their responsible representative (hereinafter referred to as the "Person Responsible for Contract"), the Company applies the provisions of this Chapter.

(Special Provisions for Entry into Effect of Contracts)
Article 20

Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1, Article 5, in case an Arranged Tour Contract is to be concluded with the Person Responsible for Contract, the Company may agree to conclude an Arranged Tour Contract without receiving the application fee.

(Change in the Members of the Party/Group)
Article 21

Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph 1, Article 5, in case an Arranged Tour Contract is to be concluded with the Person Responsible for Contract, the Company may agree to conclude an Arranged Tour Contract without receiving the application fee.

(Tour Conducting Services)
Article 22

At the request of the Person Responsible for Contract, the Company may provide tour conducting services by having a tour conductor accompany the party/group concerned.

Chapter VI Responsibility

(Responsibility of the Company)
Article 23

In performing an Arranged Tour Contract, if the Company or the person whom the Company has had act as an agent in making arrangements in accordance with the provisions of Article 4 (hereinafter referred to as the "Arrangements Agent") has caused damage to a Traveler intentionally or by negligence, the Company shall be responsible for compensating for the damage, provided that the Company is notified within 2 years of the day following the date of occurrence of such damage.

(Responsibility of the Traveler)
Article 24

If the Company incurred any damage caused by a Traveler intentionally or by negligence, the Traveler must compensate for the damage.

Chapter VII Compensation Security Bonds (For the Company being a Security Member of an Association of Travel Agents)

(Compensation Security Bonds)
Article 25

The Company is a Security Member of Japan Association of Travel Agents, a corporate juridical person (3-3,Kasumigaseki-3chome,Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo).

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

■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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Note: Deposits are considered a part of your room charge, cancellation fees, and penalty charges.

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