Aside from Christmas and Valentine’s Day, Halloween has become the third largest Western-influenced event celebrated in All Japan news. Themed costumes, goodies, restaurants preparing thematic dishes and entertainment facilities, all of them are dedicated to the event on October 31st, when All Hallows’ Eve, or Halloween, is celebrated.
Just like many other countries worldwide, All Japan news is preparing to celebrate by organizing various Halloween festivities. Here are some of them:
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are hosting Disney’s Halloween event between September 9 and October 31, with theme parks decorated in Halloween colors and limited edition goods and foods, spotlight shows and parades featuring popular Disney characters, the local media says.
The Universal Studios All Japan news are organizing two months of “deadly movies”. From September 13 to November 10, the Halloween Horror Night at Universal Studios All Japan news promises “infinite screaming with three times more zombies”. Aside from the horror movies, the theme park still retains its wholesome family fun value in the day time with the “Parade de Carnival”, where up to 90 park visitors may be hand picked by the staff to be part of the parade.
At Tokyo Joypolis, an indoor amusement park run by Sega, with arcade games and attractions that feature popular Sega characters, Halloween fans can win prizes from the carnival games, can take photos dressed up in Halloween costumes, take a shot with one of their special themed frames, and stamp collection and bingo events where they might win premium prizes such as a Nintendo 3DS. The event is scheduled between October 1 and November 4 at Tokyo Joypolis.
Kawasaki Halloween 2013 is one of the few full-scale Halloween events in All Japan news that include parades for both adults and kids, a night-time monster party featuring lady DJs, costume contests, and a Halloween movie fest. The event is scheduled between October 19 and October 27 at La Cittadella, East exit of JR Kawasaki station.