Halloween is one of my favourite times of the year at Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea. There are a wide variety of things to eat at both parks and enough merchandise to throw you money at that’ll make you wish you had a higher credit limit.
The best part about Halloween is the creative costumes that guests come up with and wear to the parks. During the Halloween event, you’re allowed to dress up as your favourite Disney Character and roam the parks. Bryson and I recently did this and created an entire vlog about it — complete with chipmunk butt shaking.
This year was the first time guests were able to wear costumes any day during the Halloween event. Prior to this year, it was only on select dates (first and last week of the Halloween event). Each year there are tons of costumes that put our store brought onesies to shame and this year was no different.
Let’s take a look at some of my favourite Halloween costumes I’ve come across this year at Tokyo Disney Resort.
Featuring Chip ‘n’ Dale
While running amok in our Chip ‘n’ Dale costumes we were stopped by other guests non-stop to get photos with them. It got to the point where we actually had a queue forming to get photos taken with us! We had so much fun and can’t wait to do it again next year. In between photo meet and greets we got our photos taken with a couple characters too.
My Favourite Costumes
The sheer amount of effort and dedication that goes into costumes is brilliant. While the Halloween event itself is a ton of fun, it’s the guest’s costumes that make it one of the best events of the year. If these photos below don’t convince you, then I am not sure what will. You’ll see Disney Princesses, obscure secondary characters, Kingdom Hearts, and even costumes from past or present shows. If it’s a property of Disney then you bet someone will create a costume out of it.
If you take a close look, you’ll see one of the hosts of the TDR Now Podcast too ?
See more awesome costumes by browsing the #dハロ hashtag. These are only a fraction of what I’ve seen in the parks over the past two months.
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Do you have a favourite Halloween costume you saw at Tokyo Disney Resort this year? Or perhaps you wore your own costume. Let me know in the comments!
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