Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween is one of the best times of the year at Tokyo Disney Resort, and Tokyo DisneySea is considered by many people to be the best Disney park. As a result, it’s no surprise that Halloween is a great time to visit Tokyo DisneySea. This post looks at the decorations and themed food at Tokyo DisneySea over Halloween 2015.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Tokyo DisneySea is a beautiful park – it’s easy to believe that you’ve been transported to another, very real place. Halloween 2015 was a little subdued in terms of decorations compared to previous years, but it still looked pretty good.

Here are some photos of the decorations around the park:

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

 

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

While Tokyo DisneyLand often takes the cake for the best parades, Tokyo DisneySea’s Halloween show was one of its best, with plenty of action, dancing and music. The Halloween performance ran three times a day during the season, out the front of the Mediterranean Harbor.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Another highlight of the Halloween season at Tokyo Disney Resort is the food. Halloween usually means normal treats are dyed black for an added sense of spookiness, and limited edition tasty treats are added to the menu. Here are a few of the items that were available on the menu during Halloween:

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

One of the most popular treats was the two-tone Cruella de Ville dumplings.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

These are the same pork dumplings that are available at the Refreshment Station all year ’round, but dyed black on one side, and in ‘Villains Halloween Party’ packaging.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Even the inside was two-tone!

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Lines for the dumplings at the Refreshment Station are usually pretty long, and with the Halloween two-tone dumpling, the lines were even longer.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Staff handed out the below menu sheets to those lining up to purchase the dumplings. Yep, there is actually only one item on the menu at the Refreshment Station – they were obviously going to great effort to make the process of buying the dumplings as quick and painless as possible.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below is the Black Kouign Amann (a small, crumbly cake with a crunchy outside) with purple sweet potato (taro) paste filling.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

This gets my vote as the best Halloween snack at DisneySea in 2015. Not only did it look cool (black with a purple centre certainly wins some spooky points!) but it tasted great too.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below is the Mickey Mouse snack case with Smarties/M&Ms type chocolates. 720 Yen seems a little steep, but it was too cute to not purchase! This was my favourite souvenir/snack combination of the 2015 Halloween season, and it was also available at Tokyo Disneyland.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below, Pumpkin Churros were available from the Open Sesame food cart. These didn’t taste very strongly of pumpkin, but they were quite nice. Pumpkin Churros were available in a couple of locations at each park.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below is the 2015 Halloween ‘special set’ from Cape Cod Cook-Off. Not to sound cynical, but I don’t see anything Halloween about this whatsoever…

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below: Over in the Casbah Food Court, a better attempt was made at getting into the Halloween spirit with a special set – a Jafar inspired black curry and red naan, along with a very cool looking dessert.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below: Magellan’s restaurant also had a Halloween menu. Again, I can’t tell you what this has to do with Halloween. Sometimes I feel like companies think they can put the word “Halloween” on anything and expect consumers to buy it (literally). I’m afraid if it’s not spooky, I’m just not convinced.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

Below: Not strictly Halloween, but definitely worth a mention in case they bring this one back in future seasons. The Yucatan Base Camp Grill in the Lost River Delta area had a delicious sparking peach cocktail. The staff member who served us warned us to be careful as it’s very alcoholic – too bad my Japanese language skills aren’t advanced enough to reply, “That’s okay, we’re Australian”.

Halloween Tokyo DisneySea 2015

That’s it for my round-up of Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea 2015. To read about Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland 2015, click here.

The Halloween season has now finished for 2015, and the Christmas season has commenced. You can find my posts on the start of the Christmas season at Tokyo Disney Resort here and here.

2 thoughts on “Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea 2015

  • July 19, 2016 at 5:08 pm
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    Do you happen to know how crowded it gets on Halloween day October 31st at Tokyo Disney sea?

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    • July 20, 2016 at 7:22 am
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      Hi Carmen,

      I’ve been to Tokyo Disneyland on the day of Halloween, and while I haven’t actually spent October 31 at DisneySea, I have seen a bit of it from the hotel within DisneySea. From this, I can say that DisneySea is much less crowded than Disneyland on the day of Halloween. This is because in the final week of October, Tokyo Disneyland allows adults to wear costumes – Disneyland is therefore more popular than DisneySea that week, and especially on the day of October 31 (there is also a week when adults can dress up at DisneySea, but it’s not the week that coincides with the actual day of Halloween).

      Both parks are significantly busier on the weekend, too, so as long as it falls on a weekday and more people have flocked to Disneyland for the purposes of dressing up in costume, DisneySea should be okay on the day of Halloween. (This is coming from someone who really doesn’t enjoy crowds, to put things into perspective, and I’ve braved the Disneyland crowds on October 31 more than once!)

      Halloween is a really fun time of the year to visit Tokyo Disney Resort. 🙂

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