It’s time to witness the bewitching delights of “Disney Halloween” at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea now through Oct. 31.
This year’s festivities include frightfully fun parades, bewitching bites, fang-tastic photo opportunities, and more. And don’t forget to bring your camera to snap some memories made in front of the festive fall décor that adorns both park entrances and take a jaunt through Toontown.
At Tokyo Disneyland, swing into the spirit of the season with Mickey Mouse and Disney Pals during the “Spooky ‘Boo!’ Parade” or enter the entrancing world of Disney Villains at “The Villains Rockin’ Halloween.”
Over at Tokyo DisneySea, Mickey Mouse and his friends are ready to greet you in their Halloween best at Mediterranean Harbor as part of “Disney Halloween Greeting” and at the Hangar Stage, catch the brand-new show “Halloweentime with You.”
Two holidays have collided once again as Jack Skellington transforms the Haunted Mansion into Haunted Mansion “Holiday Nightmare.” This eerie estate features the citizens of Halloween Town creating seasonal surprises for this holiday tale.
There are no tricks and only treats to be found around Tokyo Disney Resort! Try a sandwich packed with delicious autumn flavors and a souvenir lunch case at Sweetheart Café or stroll around Tokyo Disneyland to find five new specialty drinks. For a meal filled with seasonal flavors, Ristorante di Canaletto’s full-course meal features seafood salad, pumpkin tart, pasta with tuna cheek and creamy mushroom red wine sauce. Oh, and we can’t forget the star of the season: the maple-pumpkin churro!
The Disney hotels are joining in the fun as well with specialty drinks and menus — it’s the perfect way to enjoy “Disney Halloween” outside the parks. Dishes at the Disney Ambassador Hotel include ingredients themed to the taste and colors of the Halloween season. And at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel and Oceano at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, pumpkin and chestnut seasonal flavors have taken over the menus.
You’ll find one final Halloween touch to close out the night as the skies above Tokyo Disney Resort ignite during the fireworks spectacular, “Night High Halloween.” Now hurry back, hurry back! Be sure to check out the Disney Parks Blog for more Halloween haunts around the world.