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Halloween at Tokyo Disney Sea

Posted in Places by tokyobling on October 15, 2014

One of the most popular tourist destinations for visitors to Tokyo both Japanese and foreign, is on of the two Disney Resorts in nearby Chiba Prefecture: Disneyland and Disney Sea. Last week I made my first visit to Disney Sea during the Halloween special period, which is arguably the high high season for Disney here in Japan. Halloween means special events, special bands, special shows and parades. In Disney Sea, which is the far more adult oriented of the two Disney Resorts, the Halloween specials are particularly interesting, with a quite unique set of characters and costumes, including these grinning skeletons who roam the park and feature in most shows.

I saw this musical troupe of dancing skeletons while walking around, performing in what looked like an impromptu street set. This season means that Disney Sea is incredibly crowded and it can be tough to get a good view at any of the shows!

For an adult the ticket price is a steep 6400 yen, but for me even the show at the SS Columbia alone was worth it.



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  1. amadl said, on October 15, 2014 at 7:03 am

    So HaLLoween was the high HIGH season for the Resort… That expLains why Disney Sea was so packed even on a week day! (I went to there two years ago, and the theme was Mexican Day of The Dead. I reaLLy reaLLy want to take some of the decor items home (^.^) )


    • tokyobling said, on October 15, 2014 at 8:05 am

      Indeed! I think it will be packed all the way through October… (^-^)


  2. iLLu5ion said, on October 15, 2014 at 7:56 am

    This blog is beautiful! Tokyo! ❤ Update more!! 🙂


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