Where to go for Halloween in Japan 2017
Source : tourist-note.com
Halloween is a really big event in many places around the world. Although you won’t find people going house to house for candy in Japan, Halloween is considered a great excuse for everyone to cosplay (play dress-up), go out drinking and party.
If you find yourself in Japan for this scary weekend, here’s a few places where you can enjoy the Halloween spirit:
Shibuya is one of the best places to spend Halloween in Japan, with everyone dressing up, having a few drinks and partying in the streets, clubs and bars of the district. There are many different events happening all night long, and everywhere you turn in Shibuya, people are celebrating Halloween. This year, Halloween is on a Tuesday, so the events will probably take place throughout the previous weekend.
Where: Shibuya Station, Tokyo
When: Est. Oct. 28th-29th (To be announced)
The Absolute Halloween in Nagoya
This is a huge event that takes place in Sakae, the downtown area of Nagoya. It allows you access to 14 party venues with different DJs, as well as plenty of chaos in the streets as you travel between each party. Enjoying Halloween in Nagoya has never looked so fun!
Where: Sakae, Nagoya prefecture. Around Joshidai (Nagoya Woman’s University)
When: October 28th-29th
Halloween party Who’s Who?!
This is a costume party that takes place each year in Fukui and is hosted by the International Club. It is run by foreigners and Japanese alike who invite you to join the Halloween adventure on a train with a live DJ. It travels through the small town to Fukui Station, with drinking and dancing all through the night in the bar district there.
Where: Fukui Station, Fukui prefecture
When: October 28th
Tokyo Disneyland and Sea
If night time ventures aren’t your thing, there’s always Disneyland, which traditionally celebrates the holiday with a Halloween theme. Have fun with Mickey and Minnie as they dress up in their scariest—read cutest—outfits as they create a Halloween storm at Disney Tokyo Resort.
Where: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Chiba-ken 279-0031
When: September 8th – October 31st
Yokohama Yamate Seiyoukan Halloween Walk
This Halloween rally in Yokohama takes in some of the city’s old Western-style buildings as both costumed and non-costumed guests are encouraged to collect stamps as fast as they can. There are prizes awarded and a costume contest, as well as festival foods and face painting available. Be aware that they only hand out stamp cards to the first 6000 participants.
Where: Yamate 111 Ban-Kan, British House Yokohama, Yamate 234 Ban-Kan, Ehrismann Residence, Berrick Hall, Bluff No. 18 House, Diplomat's House, Iwasaki Museum, Yokohama Doll Museum, Yokohama Yamate Museum of Tennis, America-yama Park, Yokohama Marine Tower.
You can pick up your stamp card at any of these facilities. Nearest Station is Ishikawa-Cho.
When: October 29th 10:00~16:00
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