Last year, Tokyo Disneyland had to cancel all special events including its annual Halloween festivities, but they’re making a comeback this year. Throughout October, the daytime parade features floats decked out in cobwebs and pumpkins, steered by characters dressed in ghost costumes. There are also exclusive souvenirs featuring ghost Mickey and plenty of Halloween-inspired foods like maple pumpkin churros and a fried chicken and apple sandwich with an orange bun.
Limited numbers of the Halloween Morning Passport (¥13,000) will be available between October 25 and 29 – the pass allows you to enter the park at 8am, two hours earlier than the usual opening time. You can also come fully dressed in a costume, while other visitors and pass holders won’t be allowed to wear a full costume inside the park.
Until Oct 31