Written by MATCHA-NEWS
Dress Up This Halloween At Tokyo Disneyland And DisneySea
Embrace the Halloween spirit at Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea with Disney Halloween. This special event is from September 10 to October 31, 2019, and allows guests to enter the park in costume. Learn about experiencing special shows, food, and shopping, while enjoying this spooky holiday in Japan!
Disney Halloween - Get into Costume at Disneyland and DisneySea
Are you looking for something fun to do with friends and family this fall?
Between September 10 and October 31, 2019, Tokyo Disney Resort is hosting Disney Halloween, a special holiday event at Disneyland and DisneySea. Both theme parks are full of Halloween spirit with spooky decorations, parades, shows, and limited-edition food and souvenirs. Guests can even dress up and experience the parks as their favorite Disney character.
Below are some of the activities and entertainment you can enjoy during this event.
Embrace the Spooky Holiday Spirit as a Disney Character
As mentioned above, during Disney Halloween, visitors to both parks can enter dressed up as a Disney character, from small touches to full costume. Costumes of any Disney character, from Mickey Mouse to Cinderella, are permitted.*
Guests wanting even more of an unforgettable experience can opt to do Disney Costume Extra Fun (a separate participation fee in addition to the park ticket fee is required). This allows visitors to meet Disney parks Cast Members and receive advice on getting into character, as well as special spots in the park for photos.
See the official website for more information on costume requirements and rules.
Halloween Parades and Shows - See Ghost Mickey and Haunted Disney After Dark
Tokyo Disneyland visitors can enjoy Mickey and Minne in special Halloween costume at the Spooky 'Boo!' Parade (above) along with their friends. After the sun goes down, head to the World Bazaar for photography, as the area changes into a spooky zone with music and colorful visuals.
At Tokyo DisneySea, Festival of Mystique, a 25-minute long show in front of Mediterranean Harbor occurs three times a day.
Watch the spectacular performance with Disney characters and wicked witches to get into the holiday spirit. Mediterranean Harbor and other areas of the park feature dark, mysterious colors to match the time of year.
Bone-Chilling Halloween Menus for a Limited Time
Special Set (1,940 yen with tax)
Disneyland and DisneySea offer limited-edition holiday dishes, snacks and sweets, and beverages during Disney Halloween. Around fifteen different Halloween-themed food and drink are available at each park while supplies last.
The special set (above) contains a savory, spooky burger patty with Jack Skellington's face on it, and comes with a pumpkin mousse cake. You can enjoy this at Disneyland's Plaza Pavilion Restaurant.
Special Bun, chicken vegetable (right) and Special Ukiwah Bun, teriyaki chicken (right); 600 yen each, with tax
For a savory snack at Tokyo DisneySea, try a mummified Mickey Mouse Special Bun from Nautilus Galley, or Special Ukiwah Bun from Seaside Snacks. Both are delicious and adorably spooky.
Limited-Edition Goods - Halloween Plushes, Apparel, and Special Items
Around 60 themed merchandise are available at the parks during Disney Halloween. Be sure to head to a souvenir shop at either park to be amazed by the selection of cute and scary goods, like the plush toys above (1,700 yen each, with tax).
T-shirt, 2,800 yen, Mickey Hat, 2,00 yen; Cat Cap, 2,800 yen; Hooded Sweatshirt, 4,900 yen; Pochette, 2,000 yen (all prices with tax)
Apparel such as eerie T-shirts, sweatshirts, and even cat ears of the feline from "Pinocchio" are on sale. These are great options for those who don't have a costume to wear into the park.
Add magic to your trip combining the spirit of Halloween with the fun and imagination of Disney! Be sure to visit a Disney park in September or October for an unforgettably exciting and spooky experience.
When: Tuesday, September 10 through Thursday, October 31, 2019
Where: Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea)
Access: Take Disney Resort Line from JR Maihama Station directly to the parks
Be sure to see the official costume guidelines before heading to the park dressed up.
All pictures courtesy of Oriental Land Co., Ltd.