Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea 2016

Disney’s Halloween 2016 was a particularly good year for anyone visiting Tokyo Disney Resort in the week leading up to the big day, because this year they allowed adults to dress in costume at both parks during the same week. We’ve been enjoying Halloween at Tokyo Disney Resort for several years now, and when it comes to costumes and cosplay, 2016 was one of the best.

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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.

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Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland 2015

If you like Disney and Halloween, then Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland is a great way to experience the best of both worlds. The Halloween season runs from early September until the end of October each year. The best part is that in the first and last week of the season, adults are allowed to dress in Disney themed costumes. In this post we’ll look at some of the costumes, cosplays, and decorations from Tokyo Disneyland’s Halloween 2015.

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Guide to Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea 2015

Halloween is an exciting season at Tokyo Disney Resort (TDR), with both Disneyland and DisneySea getting into the spirit with spectacular decorations, shows, menus and merchandise. This year, Disney’s Halloween begins on 8 September and goes through until 1 November. Here is a guide to the food, shows and merchandise on offer at Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea over Halloween 2015.

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Halloween in Tokyo

Halloween is a reasonably new celebration in Japan, with Tokyo very quickly establishing itself as one of the best places to visit for Halloween. Some suburbs of Tokyo such as Shibuya go all out for Halloween. It’s a celebration which is becoming bigger and better every year in Japan, and I have spent the past two Halloween seasons in Tokyo. Read on to find out why Tokyo is such a great place to celebrate Halloween.

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Vampire Cafe: Japan’s spookiest restaurant

If you search for the weirdest, whackiest, craziest, strangest, scariest, spookiest or most unique restaurants in Japan, chances are you’ll come across plenty of references to the Vampire Cafe. Themed cafes, restaurants and bars are scattered all around Tokyo, with the Vampire Cafe located in the luxury shopping district of Ginza (銀座).

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Christon Cafe: the church themed restaurant in Shinjuku

Christon Cafe is a restaurant and clubbing space in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Early in the evening it functions as a restaurant (moreso than a cafe), transforming into a night club later on. Christon Cafe comes up on plenty of lists of weird themed restaurants, so we decided to check it out.

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Kuro Burger: Burger King’s limited addition black burger

One of the highlights of travelling to Japan around Halloween is that the food gets even more interesting. I’m not sure whether Burger King’s KURO burger was specifically for Halloween, but it was available from 19 September 2014 until early November. At the same time, McDonalds had its own black burger which was discontinued on 1 November (the day following Halloween – I learnt this the hard way and missed out!). So whether they were released to coincide with Halloween or not, I think the burgers certainly have a bit of a Halloween flavour (see what I did there?).

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