Halloween at Tokyo Disney Resort®
URAYASU, CHIBA— As the “Tokyo Disney Resort 40th ‘Dream-Go-Round’” anniversary festivities continue at Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea®, guests will be able to enjoy the special event “Disney Halloween” at Tokyo Disney Resort® from September 15 through October 31. The Disney hotels, Disney Resort Line, and Ikspiari® will also offer programs themed to Halloween, creating delightfully thrilling fun and exciting atmosphere unique to this time of the year.
At Tokyo Disneyland, Halloween ghosts invite Mickey Mouse, Disney friends, and guests into a world of delightfully thrilling fun in the “Spooky ‘Boo!’ Parade.” For the first time in four years, the floats will make stops along the parade route during the performance. Guests will be able to join these friendly spirits, as they dance along with Mickey Mouse and his friends. In addition, Main Street at World Bazaar and the area around Cinderella Castle, currently decorated with colorful “Dream Garlands” for the 40th anniversary event, will feature pumpkin and ghost decorations.
Over at Tokyo DisneySea, Mickey Mouse and his friends will appear in outfits inspired by pumpkins and Halloween snacks, and enjoy the festivities with guests in the “Disney Halloween Greeting.” Around Waterfront Park at American Waterfront, the “Halloween Fair in New York” will be presented for the first time, providing a variety of devilish delights which change from day to night.
During the daytime, guests will be able to receive candy by saying “Trick or treat!” to cast members. Guests in costumes can also experience the Halloween fair together with cast members. At night, effects and lights will enhance the eerie Halloween atmosphere even more.
Additionally, both Parks will invite guests of all ages to dress up as Disney Characters on any day during this special event period.
The Disney hotels, Disney Resort Line, and Ikspiari will also be offering exciting programs during the event period, creating lots of festive fun throughout Tokyo Disney Resort this Halloween.
“Spooky ‘Boo!’ Parade”
Location: Parade Route
Duration: About 45 minutes
Performances: 1 daily
Number of Floats: 6
Presented along the parade route at Tokyo Disneyland will be the “Spooky ‘Boo!’ Parade.” Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends are invited by friendly spirits to join them at the ghostly version of Tokyo Disneyland. As the parade makes its way through the Park, the story also progresses, and guests will be able to enjoy different scenes based on where they view the parade.
This year, the parade will feature dancers. The floats will make two stops along the parade route, inviting both Disney friends and guests into a Halloween themed version of the Park.
The Disney friends make their appearance on floats that are inspired by various attractions and themed lands, but with an eerie transformation, including a Western River Railroad locomotive operated by a skeleton. Invited by the friendly spirits, the Disney friends change into colorful outfits with skeleton motifs. They then successfully join the ghosts after dancing together with the guests. The ghosts celebrate the addition of their new friends, and the parade reaches its climax.
Note: The parade will start in Fantasyland, then stop in the Plaza and again in the Tomorrowland and Toontown area of the parade route.
Description of Parade Units
|Unit||Theme||Participating Disney Characters|
|1||The ghosts’ version of the Western River Railroad with a skeleton as the engineer||Max, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow|
|2||A version of Adventureland with a giant snake and strange birds||Goofy, Pluto|
|3||A spooky version of Cinderella Castle with lots of tombstones||Mickey Mouse|
|4||A version of Fantasyland with black carrousel horses and jack-o’-lantern teacups||Minnie Mouse, Clarice|
|5||An eerie combination of the Country Bear Theater and Mark Twain Riverboat with spooky bears giving a concert||Donald Duck, Daisy Duck|
|6||A version of Critter Country where ghostly jack-o’-lanterns have taken over||Chip, Dale|
– Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to weather and other conditions. The number of performances each day is also subject to change.
At Tokyo Disneyland, popular menu items themed to Halloween will be available from September 1.
At Rackety’s Raccoon Saloon, guests can enjoy Maple-Pumpkin Churros. These bright orange churros are full of pumpkin flavor and will be served in a special sleeve. There will be a total of ten different sleeve designs, each featuring Mickey Mouse or one of his friends in a Halloween outfit. Guests can look forward to seeing which sleeve they will receive upon purchase. Also on offer for the first time will be Halloween sundaes served with pumpkin soft serve and a Maple-Pumpkin Churro. Guests can enjoy Mickey-shaped waffles served with chestnut flavored whipped cream, granola, and maple syrup at the Great American Waffle Co., ideal for the autumn season.
- Maple-Pumpkin Churros will also be available at Hudson River Harvest in Tokyo DisneySea.
- Contents of the special menu items may change without notice. In addition, menu items may sell out or be discontinued during the event.
Halloween decorations will adorn the Parks, which will be combined with decor recognizing the Tokyo Disney Resort 40th anniversary celebrations featuring the Dream Garlands.Main Street at World Bazaar will feature a photo spot inspired by Mickey Mouse with pumpkin elements. The area in front of Cinderella Castle will be adorned with decorations depicting the Halloween ghosts having lots of fun. Toontown will also feature Halloween decorations with pumpkin and ghost designs, immersing guests in the world of “Disney Halloween.”
From September 14, 2023 through January 8, 2024, the Fantasyland attraction Haunted Mansion will undergo a seasonal transformation and become the Haunted Mansion “Holiday Nightmare” based on Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas film.
Disney Halloween Greeting
Location: Mediterranean Harbor
Duration: About 15 minutes
Performances: 2 daily
Number of Boats: 1
Participating Disney Characters: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and more
Taking place at Tokyo DisneySea will be the “Disney Halloween Greeting.” Here, Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends appear on a boat carrying lots of sweets and a large pumpkin as they enjoy a fun and lively Halloween. Guests can also join the fun with a trick-or-treat-themed dance.Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to weather and other conditions. The number of performances each day is also subject to change.
At Tokyo DisneySea, guests can experience special menus featuring a variety of seasonal ingredients. From September 1, a special set will be available at Horizon Bay Restaurant that includes a meat patty with purple sweet potato Mornay and orange sauces in Halloween colors, and a rich mushroom cream soup. Also included in this set is a pear mousse cake, decorated to look as if a ghost is playing a trick.Note: The contents of the special menu items may change without notice. In addition, menu items may sell out or be discontinued during the event.
Passaggio Mira Costa, which is currently embellished with Dream Garlands for the 40th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort, will bedecked out with Halloween-themed decorations. The New York area of American Waterfront will also be adorned with decorations featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends in Halloween outfits, as well as pumpkins.
Halloween Fair in New York
For the first time, Tokyo DisneySea will present the “Halloween Fair in New York” in the New York area of American Waterfront. During the daytime, guests can experience a frighteningly fun Halloween fair. When the sun goes down, the fair will take on a mysterious and spooky air, allowing guests to enjoy a Halloween atmosphere that differs from day to night.A new daytime program will take place at Waterfront Park. In this program, cast members –fascinated by the bustling New York Halloween – will interact with guests by helping them take photos, asking them about their outfits and more. Additionally, if guests say “Trick or Treat!” to cast members sporting special costumes, they will receive candy. Through the cast members’ fun interactions with guests in the New York area, the Halloween fair will become even more lively.Halloween-themed decorations will adorn the New York area of American Waterfront, further enhancing the Halloween fair. Waterfront Park – enveloped in a wickedly fun Halloween ambience – will feature decorations depicting Mickey Mouse, his Disney friends and pumpkins. At night, guests can enjoy a dramatically different ambience; and the decorations at Waterfront Park will glow mysteriously as smoke fills the air.
Programs are subject to change or cancellation due to weather and other conditions.
Tokyo Disneyland / Tokyo DisneySea
Special merchandise unique to “Disney Halloween” will be available at both Parks from September 14.
In addition to merchandise depicting Mickey Mouse and his friends enjoying Halloween, there will also be items featuring Mickey Mouse sporting memorable outfits from past Halloween events as a part of the 40th anniversary celebration, as well as ghosts enjoying the Park. Other Halloween-themed items will also be offered, such as headbands inspired by Maleficent.
Items depicting Disney friends enjoying Halloween
Items featuring Mickey Mouse in memorable outfits from past Halloween events
Items featuring ghosts enjoying the Park
Items to enjoy Halloween at the Park with
Note: The available merchandise may change without notice. In addition, depending on the circumstances, special merchandise may sell out or be discontinued during the event, or continue to be available after the event period ends.
Both Parks invite guests of all ages to dress up as Disney Characters on any day during the “Disney Halloween” special event period.
Note: Guests are allowed to enter the Parks in full Disney character costume from September 14.
▼Special web page regarding wearing Halloween costumes (in Japanese only)
- Guests in costumes other than those listed on the special web page as eligible characters from Disney films and other works will not be admitted.
- Guests are asked to check the special web page and follow the rules when wearing a costume.
- Guests may not be allowed to enter the Park if their costume does not follow the above or goes against the safety or the theme policies.
- A changing space is not available at Tokyo Disney Resort. Guests must dress up and apply make-up at home or at their place of stay before visiting, and are asked to refrain from using the restrooms, multi-function restrooms, or storage locker areas both inside andoutside the Park for changing clothes.
- Guests may be required to take off parts of their costume during shows if they block other guest’s views.
Dream Garland Stickers
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort, Dream Garland Stickers will be distributed to guests upon request and will be available in a special design during the “Disney Halloween” event period.
Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Packages
Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Packages will offer a variety of plans for guests to enjoy “Disney Halloween” to the fullest, with options such as special viewing area tickets for the “Spooky ‘Boo!’ Parade” at Tokyo Disneyland and a Disney character greeting experience with Disney friends dressed in their Halloween outfits. Guests will be able to use an Attraction Ticket, a ticket that allows guests to experience an attraction with a reduced wait time, to experience the attraction Haunted Mansion which will transform into Haunted Mansion “Holiday Nightmare” during this limited period.
Note: A Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package is an official accommodation plan that includes a stay at a Disney hotel, as well as Park tickets and Attraction Tickets for the duration of your stay.
For details, please visit the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservations & Tickets website https://reserve.tokyodisneyresort.jp/ (in Japanese only)
Disney Hotels will also be offering special menus and beverages during “Disney Halloween.” At Disney Ambassador® Hotel, menu items themed to the taste and colors of Halloween will be available. Original charms and coasters will also be available with an order of certain menu items. Some restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland® Hotel and Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta® will offer Halloween-themed menus.
Each hotel will have its own special menu items for “Disney Halloween” that guests are sure to enjoy.
- Special menus will be served from September 1.
- The contents of the special menu items may change without notice. In addition, menu items may sell out or be discontinued during the event.
- Original charms and coasters are limited in number and are only available while supplies last.
Disney Resort Line
Limited-period day passes for the Disney Resort Line monorail trains will be available in designs themed to “Disney Halloween” at the ticket machines of Disney Resort Line stations. Guests can also collect souvenir medallions that will be available in an exclusive design themed to the event.
This shopping, dining and entertainment complex located near Maihama station will be full of Halloween decorations from the middle of September. Additionally, at the “Tokyo Disney Resort Encore! The Moments” exhibit, guests can see costumes from “Mysterious Masquerade,” which was presented during “Disney’s Halloween” at Tokyo DisneySea in 2009 and 2010.