Disney Halloween 2019 at Tokyo Disney Resort
Disney Halloween returns to Tokyo Disney Resort from September 10 – October 31, 2019, with decorations, food, merchandise, and the brand new “Festival of Mystique” harbor show.
Both parks are hosting Halloween festivities, at Tokyo DisneySea there is a new eerie nautical theme featuring three mysterious sea witches. While over at Tokyo Disneyland, mischievous ghosts will appear alongside spooky versions of Cinderella Castle and classic attractions.
Special food and merchandise will go on sale from September 2, 2019, at both Parks, and some items may also be available at Bon Voyage and the resort hotel gift shops.
Read our guide to Halloween at Tokyo Disney Resort for our list of tips and costume days information. If you’re on the fence about whether or not to visit for Halloween or Christmas, our article on when to visit gives you tips on how to visit the park for both seasons.
Disney Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland
It’s Tokyo Disneyland, but with a spooky twist! Ghosts have come to the park and are getting up to all kinds of mischief.
The highlight is the “Spooky Boo!” parade, which features Mickey and friends aboard six floats inspired by different Tokyo Disneyland icons and attractions. The parade is lead by a Western River Railroad float with skeleton passengers, followed by a spooky Cinderella Castle, Halloween Country Bear Jamboree aboard the Mark Twain Riverboat, and a jack-o-lantern version of Critter Country.
The parade stars Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Chip, and Dale, along with over 100 performers!
The “Spooky Boo!” parade will take place twice per day along the parade route. With a unique theme, great costumes, and catchy music, it is not to be missed.
Disney Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland also includes:
- Ghost and pumpkin decorations, including spooky photo spots
- Night High Halloween fireworks visible from both parks
- Disney Halloween projection show in the World Bazaar each evening
- “Haunted Mansion” Holiday Nightmare, the Nightmare Before Christmas overlay returns September 9, 2019 – January 5, 2020
- Halloween performances by the Tokyo Disneyland Band
- Over 60 Tokyo Disneyland Halloween merchandise items;
- Designs based on the Spooky Boo! parade
- Country Bear Theatre Halloween plush badge
- Ghostly bride Minnie ears
- 60 ghost-themed merchandise items available at both parks
- Ghosts in costumes plush toys
- Figaro, the black cat from Pinocchio, merchandise
- Hoodies, t-shirts, and bags
- Halloween food and drink;
- The Nightmare Before Christmas meal at Plaza Pavilion Restaurant
- Popcorn soda and doughnut
- Maple pumpkin churro
- Special Disney Resort Line ticket designs
- Spooky meals, snacks and drinks at the Disney Ambassador Hotel and the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
Disney Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea
Disney Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea has a brand new spooky nautical theme, featuring decorations, entertainment, food, and merchandise.
At the centre of the event is the “Festival of Mystique” harbor show, which sees three mysterious women convince the people of Porto Paradiso to revive their harmless Halloween celebrations, with disastrous consequences… The women are actually three sea witches intent on bringing back the evil king of the sea! It’s up to Mickey and Friends to put a stop to their plan and save Halloween!
The show will feature 100 performers, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale in new costumes.
Festival of Mystique will be performed three times per day aboard barges in the Mediterranean Harbor.
Disney Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea also includes:
- New eerie purple and blue decorations at the entrance and around the park
- Mickey and Friends photo location in the American Waterfront
- 60 Festival of Mystique-inspired merchandise items;
- Mickey and Friends plush badges with costumes from the show
- Cape, gloves and light-up accessories
- Food and drink:
- Creepy-coloured pasta and black cat dessert at Cafe Portofino
- Special curry set at the Casbah Food Court
- Five themed cocktails, including an evil sea witch-inspired drink
- Special menu items at DisneySea Hotel Miracosta
- Festival of Mystique Disney Resort Line ticket
Halloween is one of the only times guests are allowed to wear costumes at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
Information and image from the Tokyo Disneyland media release.
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