Not traditionally celebrated in Japan, Halloween at Tokyo Disney Resort is a ghoulishly delightful experience for local (and visiting) Disney fans alike. Join us as we continue our Halloween experiences at Tokyo DisneySea in Part 2 of this article.
Love Halloween? You’ll find many delightful Disney details, but also some fascinating differences at Tokyo DisneySea.
This article was originally published on LaughingPlace.com, from our experiences at Tokyo Disney Resort last Halloween season.
Halloween Decorations at Tokyo DisneySea
Monorails don’t escape the magic at Tokyo Disney resort. It was festively Halloween from the time you set foot on the resort line monorail. Each Mickey-shaped monorail hand-grip was charmed with a colorful witch’s hat.
Banners along top advertised ‘Disney’s Halloween 2016.’ Each banner showcased pictures of the iconic Disneyland castle, as well as Mount Prometheus, the symbol for Tokyo DisneySea.
Tokyo DisneySea’s entry arch was draped in festive orange, purple, and black banners for Halloween. Jewel-toned pumpkin lanterns completed the look.
These decorations continued throughout the Portofino-inspired buildings of ‘Mediterranean Harbor.’ Claude Frollo’s hat adorns this Halloween banner above the Il Postino Stationery store.
This year’s Halloween theme, “Welcome to the Villain’s World: Wishes and Desires,” complemented Tokyo DisneySea’s 15th Anniversary “Year of Wishes” celebrations.