Many residents of Tokyo have endured a difficult summer in 2020. If beach closures and postponed vacations weren’t hard enough to swallow, the capital also lost one of its most-loved recreational facilities: Toshimaen.

The beloved amusement park closed down on Aug. 31, having been in business for a staggering 94 years.

News of Toshimaen’s closure went viral on social media back in February when the announcement was first made, resurfacing again in July when the park opened its gates for its final summer season after restrictions on recreational activities in the capital were lifted.