Celebrate Halloween in Tokyo! 東京でハロウィーンを祝う-大人

  • Published on : 31/10/2018
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Halloween in Japan

Que faire aux alentours du 31 octobre sur la capitale japonaise

Halloween est très populaire au Japon. Et notamment sur la capitale qui vit aux couleurs de la fête de l'horreur tout le mois d'octobre. Moment opportun de se déguiser pour les uns, occasion de voir un bon film d'horreur entre amis pour les autres, Halloween est perçue ici comme une fête conviviale qui incite à se retrouver. Un moment de réunion automnal très prisé auquel petits et grands participent... mais chacun à sa manière ! En effet, on ne fête pas Halloween de la même façon qu'on ait 10 ou 25 ans ! Que faire alors à Tokyo lorsque qu'on a passé l'âge d'aller à la chasse aux bonbons ? Voici quelques pistes...

Shibuya on October 31st

Kagurazaka Bakeneko Festival

  • Daiba Strange School,Odaiba : Daiba Strange School is one of the most famous haunted houses in Tokyo. Taking the appearance of a school that has been empty for 40 years due to the many suicides of its students, Daiba Strange School will surely give you goosebumps when you cross it. It's said that the ghosts of missing students still haunt the place...

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Daiba Strange School

  • Raku Spa (Kawasaki) :forget all you think you know about haunted houses, Kawasaki's Raku Spa pushes the limits of fear! This ephemeral haunted house offers its visitors a very original experience: being strapped down and attacked in an abandoned hospital bed before undergoing a whole bunch of clinical tests, each stranger than the last...

Raku Spa haunted hospital

The magic laboratory at Oak Spooky Bar

Halloween at Tokyo Decadence

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