Measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19

The JAL Sky Museum takes thorough COVID-19 measures just like during flights. In accordance with the “Guidelines for Controlling the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infections in Museums” published by the Japanese Association of Museums, we are working to protect the health of our visitors and staff, and create an environment where visitors can feel safe.
We thank you for your cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience.

Measures at the facility

Thorough cleaning and disinfection of the facility

To prevent contact infection, we regularly disinfect items that are shared with others as well as anything that is touched by visitors’ hands.

Mask-wearing rule

The rule is to leave it up to the individual to decide whether to wear a mask, and to make it optional for both guests and staff.

Staggered entry to the museum

In order to avoid crowding and to keep enough space between customers, we will guide you to the distributed entrance.

Temperature checks at the entrance

To prevent people with infections from entering the museum, temperatures are checked at the entrance using a non-contact thermometer.

Requests to visitors

Hand sanitization

Hand sanitizer is available throughout the museum. We request your cooperation in frequently sanitizing your hands.

Maintain a safe distance

Please keep an appropriate distance between visitors in the museum.

Using the restroom

Please sanitize your hands before and after using the restroom. In addition, please close the lid of the toilet seat before flushing.

Please refrain from visiting the museum if:

(1) A person who has visited immigration restrictions, a country or region requiring a post-entry observation period, or had close contact with the resident within the past two weeks.
(2) You have cold symptoms or other symptoms of illness.
(3) You have a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher.