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Ghosts, New Carnival-Style Show Coming this Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland, DisneySea

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

If you were excited about plans for Tokyo Disneyland’s 30th anniversary celebration, wait until you see what’s in store this Halloween at the park and at Tokyo DisneySea.


At Tokyo Disneyland, “Halloween Street” is back. If you’ve not heard about it, the themed parade takes you into the spooky world of ghosts and features some pretty amazing floats. Along with decorations, food and merchandise, there will be a new puzzle-solving program at the park called “Tricks & Treats on Halloween Street.” Guests will receive a challenge (in the form of a map) from ghosts and if they solve it, they’ll receive a “treat.”

Also new this year, Tokyo DisneySea will be hosting a Venetian carnival-style show called “A Halloween Daydream.” It’ll feature your favorite Disney friends joined by skeletons that were invited by Mickey Mouse. And we’re told that “Chip ‘n Dale’s Skeleton Fiesta” greeting program will be back this Halloween as well.

The event begins on September 7 and runs through October 31, 2012. And you bet, we’ll be sharing images later this year here on the Disney Parks Blog.

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  • Whenever I see the Asian Disney parks, I feel so broken hearted: so many opportunities lost. I really wish they had not just replicated Cinderella Castle and Sleeping Beauty Castle in Tokyo and Hong Kong. It would have been so great to have had NEW castles designed, like they did for Paris. But, with Paris, they made it Sleeping Beauty’s castle again…so there are three of those in the world. Why not have a Snow White castle? A Belle’s castle? A Rapunzel’s castle? I like the StoryBook Castle they are making for Shanghai. I hope when they make the park in Brazil in the next decade that they build a Snow White’s castle or something like that…a Tiana’s Castle would be great too!

    Sorry, but this is what I always think of when I see Tokyo Disney.

  • Any info on Halloweentime activities and dates for Mickeys Halloween party for Disneyland Resort in California? Will the party be held in Disneyland or DCA (as it once was)?

  • This looks awesome! I was supposed to go to Tokyo Japan at the end of July but it got canceled last minute. I guess next time…

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