Dress Up in Tokyo Disneyland’s Spooky Outfits and Enjoy Disney Halloween 2019
It’s only been a week since Halloween begun at Tokyo Disney Resort, and already guests are loving it. “Ghosts” are in the spotlight this year at Tokyo Disneyland, and they are serving up a spooky and ghostly time this year all the way up to October 31.
Tokyo Disneyland Halloween Gear
Since it’s Halloween, and you’ve made the effort to travel to Tokyo Disneyland, why not dress up too with one of the park’s many pieces of Halloween costume items?
Mickey Mouse Ear Hat – ¥2,000
The classic Mickey Mouse ear hat has taken on a Halloween theme for the event, wrapped in ripped bandages and spiderweb.
Poncho – ¥3,900 (Sizes S~LL) *Kid’s size is ¥3,300
Mickey has also turned into a white ghost but it doesn’t seem too spooky―friendly, actually―as he enjoys his drink and churro for the design of this poncho. It seems like he just wants to get in on the fun too.
Cap – ¥2,800 / Parker – ¥4,900
Transform into a black cat too with one of the many clothing items too, serving a completely different aura to the ear hats.
Spooky Boo! Parade
Once you’re all dressed up, it’s time to go and watch the Spooky Boo! Parade where the Disney cast and an army of ghosts invite guests into the Halloween festivities. Multiple stories will take place across the parade at once, so no matter which part of the parade you are watching, there’ll be plenty to enjoy. The parade takes place twice a day.
Be sure to check out the decorations in front of Cinderella’s Castle while watching the parade, featuring the Disney cast dressed in their Halloween costumes.
You’ll find ghosts hidden all around the park. Be on the lookout and see how many you can spot!
Wipe away your fatigue from walking around the park with one of the many special Halloween items on the menu at restaurants and cafes across Tokyo Disneyland.
Popcorn Soda & Doughnut – ¥600 @ Boiler Room Bites and elsewhere
The scrumptious popcorn coupled with the pumpkin flavoured doughnut make for a delightfully delicious combination. This is sure to whet your appetite right away.
Short Rib Cone – ¥500 @ The Gazebo
The cone is filled with ashed purple sweet potato and, short rib, and cheese sauce. A perfect little bite to walk around and eat while in the park when you’re feeling peckish.
Special Set – ¥1,050 @ Sweetheart Cafe
Arriving with a cute Jack Skellington bun is this potato salad and tomato beef-filled burger. When you unwrap the packaging and place the burger on top like in the photo, it looks like Sally is gazing lovingly at Jack♡
When night falls, Main Street at World Bazaar will light up with projecting mapping and Halloween music will play, creating an exciting Halloween nighttime experience. Fireworks will also launch into the night sky and be Halloween-themed too.
Join the ghosts this year at Tokyo Disneyland for an exciting Halloween Party!
Tokyo Disneyland – Disney Halloween 2019
Running: September 10, 2019 – October 31, 2019
Event Page (English): https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/tdl/event/detail/tdl_halloween2019/
Tokyo DisneySea’s New Halloween Show is a Thrilling Must-See
Disney Halloween 2019 has finally begun, and this year, Tokyo DisneySea is serving guests a dark and mysterious Halloween experience to keep them on edge. The festivities will run all the way up to October 31.
We visited the park to see Festival of Mystique, an all-new colourful and flamboyant show introduced this year. Here’s our report.
The show began with music chiming in at Porto Paradiso in Mediterranean Harbor upon which trickled out lines of costumed friends of the sea. The beautifully dressed ladies at the front then spoke of a Halloween festival that was once held at the port, and their intention to resurrect it.
Out came a merrymaking Mickey mouse and Disney cast aboard a ship, clad in cute outfits the likes of which have never been seen before at the park.
Donald Duck, Goofy, Chip and Dale all got off the boat and headed towards the ladies, almost as if charmed by the allure of their beautiful and bewitching singing voices. This was followed by a sudden whimper by Pluto as he looked on towards Mickey. “Pluto, you’ve got to be a good boy! We’ve put a lot of effort into this Halloween,” Mickey said to him. When he said this he began to think that something strange was going on with the festival―like something was going to happen…
The singing and dancing ladies went on to teach the onlooking guests a few dance moves to get involved with the show. Everybody danced together with Mickey as the leader.
It wasn’t long however before the mood and tone of the music took an uncomfortable turn…
Before we realised it, Mickey had been locked inside a cage! But he was dancing and having fun literally just seconds before―what happened?!
Luckily, Minnie Mouse comes to the rescue to save Mickey and bring the fun Halloween festivity back. She takes the lead and dances with the guests this time.
So what happened to the Disney characters, and what was their fate? We don’t want to spoil the ending, so you’ll have to see it for yourself this fall!
Tokyo DisneySea’s Dark Halloween Festivities For 2019 Begin
Disney Halloween 2019 has finally begun! The Tokyo DisneySea fun is set to run until October 31 where it will provide guests with a dark and mysterious Halloween experience that will keep you on edge… like something’s about to happen, but you’re not sure what.
Tokyo DisneySea’s decor takes on a more grown-up bewitching look compared to Tokyo Disneyland’s cute decorations.
Hung throughout the park you will find decorative banners featuring illustrations of Disney characters dressed in their spooky garments. This year, Mickey, Minnie and the rest of the cast invite guests into a truly bewitching wonderland.
If you pop over to American Waterfront you’ll find some great photo opportunities, like the Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck statues waiting to welcome you at the entrance, clad in hauntingly beautiful attire and stood next to night-black pumpkins and dried flowers.
You’ll find the rest of the costumed characters further in too. Be sure to get photos with everyone!
Chicken & Vegetable Steamed Bun – ¥600 @ Nautilus Galley / Teriyaki Chicken Rubber Ring Steamed Bun – ¥600 @ Seaside Snacks
Nothing has been left out from the Halloween spell this year, even the food menu and drinks which arrive in festive colours like black and purple like this bandage-wrapped mummy steamed bun and rubber ring steamed bun.
Inside the mummy is a delicious concoction of chicken, cabbage, and other veg.
The rubber ring steamed bun is the perfect snack to munch on as you walk around the park. It’s filled with rich teriyaki chicken wrapped in a striking purple dough.
All of the food is packaged in cute packaging too―don’t throw it away straight away and check out which illustration you got!
Assorted Sweets – ¥430 @ Gondolier Snacks and elsewhere
Check out these bite-sized confections, from a mini baumkuchen cake on a lollipop stick to strawberry cheesecake and purple sweet potato cream mochi. The chewy mochi Mickey can only be described as kawaii♡
Grape Tapioca Tea – ¥500 @ Mamma Biscotti’s Bakery
Sparkling Black Tea Tapioca Drink – ¥450 @ Hudson River Harvest
Tokyo Disneyland’s tapioca drinks are really popular in summer, and for Halloween they’ve arrived with all-new flavours, exclusive to the Disney Halloween event.
There’s lots to see and experience at this year’s Disney Halloween. Be sure to look everywhere, even in shop windows. And if you’re eager to see more of the food and drinks available at both parks then click here.
Tokyo Disney Resort Unveils Its Spooky Halloween Merchandise and Food Menus
This year’s Disney Halloween is set to hit Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® on September 10. In the run up to the event, Tokyo Disney Resort released some of the parks’ Halloween merchandise early on Monday.
Long-Sleeve T-Shirt: Men’s ¥3,600 / Women’s ¥3,300 (*Men’s in picture)
Gloves – ¥1,200 @ Grand Emporium, Tokyo Disneyland
From skeletal hand gloves to ghostly headbands, ghoulish Mickey ears and more, Tokyo Disneyland® has you set for your Halloween dress-up this year.
Headbands & Ear Hats @ Grand Emporium, Tokyo Disneyland & Emporio, Tokyo DisneySea
Grab the cute pumpkin-coloured Minnie headband or cool bandage-wrapped ear hat at both parks and get your scare on.
We recommend picking a full set, such as the skeleton t-shirt with the skele-ghost ear hat, or the bridal costume for a hauntingly beautiful Halloween. Mix and match to make your own spooky looks.
Special Food Menus
Popcorn Soda & Doughnut – ¥600 @ Captain Hook’s Galley, Tokyo Disneyland
Forget trick-or-treat candy and order one of the many fun menu items at the parks, including this fizzy caramel popcorn flavoured beverage. The scrumptious popcorn coupled with the pumpkin flavoured doughnut make for a delightfully delicious combination.
Chicken & Vegetable Steamed Bun – ¥600 @ Nautilus Galley, Tokyo DisneySea / Teriyaki Chicken Rubber Ring Steamed Bun – ¥600 @ Seaside Snacks, Tokyo DisneySea
From a bandage-wrapped mummy steamed bun to a purple rubber ring steamed bun with a bat on it, Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland aren’t short of Halloween bites this year, all so cute they seem a waste to eat!
Cassis & Passion Fruit Wine Cocktail – ¥680 @ Cafe Portofino, Tokyo DisneySea
Whisky & Orange Cocktail – ¥680 @ Barnacle Bill’s, Tokyo DisneySea
Choose from five striking alcoholic drinks including the Cassis & Passion Fruit Wine Cocktail, which has a perfect balance of sweet and sour, and the Whiskey & Orange Cocktail, a mix of whisky, black tea and orange cocktail for an easy-to-knock-back flavour combination.
There is much terrifying excitement to be had this Disney Halloween. Put on your Halloween costume, order some food, and take lots of Instagrammable pictures at night. You won’t soon be forgetting your Halloween experience at Tokyo DisneySea or Tokyo Disneyland.
*The merchandise and menu items shown are subject to change without notice. Additionally, items are subject to selling out or discontinuation. Photos are for illustrative purposes only.
Tokyo Disney Resort Gives a Peek at its New Year’s Merchandise
21.October.2019 | FASHION
Tokyo Disney Resort is set to celebrate the coming new year with a string of events that will run from January 1 to 5 next year. In anticipation of the forthcoming celebrations, it has given guests a special snippet into a new range of Disney official New Year’s merchandise which will be released ahead of 2020 on December 2, 2019 at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
Win Wonderful Prizes With the New ‘Tin of Dreams’
Tin of Dreams – ¥2,020
For the first time ever, Tokyo Disney Resort is bringing out its new ‘Tin of Dreams’ filled with a lucky assortment of goodies to bring happiness and love to the new year. These golden tins include an original and New Year’s-exclusive towel and card. The soft towel has embroidered on it Mickey and Minnie as Japanese ‘daruma’ which is a traditional Japanese doll that symbolises good luck.
Each tin also has a ticket inside which will have a different kind of dream written on it from small to special. Depending on which dream you get, you’ll receive one of the following prizes:
・Special Dream: One night in the Special Room on the Standard Floor at the Disney Ambassador® Hotel. The date of the stay is January 30, 2020 – January 31, 2020. The room type or date cannot be changed.
・Big Dream: Ticket to exchange for Tokyo Disney Resort park merchandise
・Middle Dream: Ticket to exchange for popcorn (Regular box)
・Small Dream: Original seal (with Mickey Mouse daruma design)
*Exchange tickets can be used at select locations around the park and are valid until March 31, 2020
Penmanship Set & Daruma Memo Pad
Penmanship Set – ¥12,000
Get your hands on this special penmanship set for writing your New Year’s cards and letters to people. It comes with a brush and ink.
Daruma Memo Pad – ¥20,000
This memo pad features a special design which reveals a daruma Mickey and Minnie once you’ve used all the sticky notes. This means you don’t have to throw the pad itself awayーit can be used as an ornament! *This is available to purchase on the Tokyo Disney Resort app only.
New Year’s Goods Aplenty
New Year’s Pine Decoration – ¥1,900
Figure (Dream Daruma w/ New Year’s Message) – ¥800
Osenbei – ¥1,600
There are countless other celebratory items to grab this year at Tokyo Disney Resort too, including a pine decoration (which is indispensable during the New Year in Japan), a figure containing a New Year’s message in it, snacks, and more.。
What are your dreams for 2020? Set them in stone by celebrating at Tokyo Disney Resort.
*Photos are for illustrative purposes only
Tokyo Disney Resort New Year’s Merchandise
Available: Grand Emporium at Tokyo Disneyland® / Emporio at Tokyo DisneySea®
Official Website: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/index.html
*Product designs and prices subject to change without notice
*Products available while supplies last
Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea Release Winter Clothing Collection
19.October.2019 | FASHION
Tokyo Disney Resort dropped its new “White x White” collection of warm and fluffy clothing for the winter season yesterday (October 18). The 16 item line-up incorporates different materials perfect for the cold weather, like sheep boa, corduroy, knitwear, and more.
Mittens – ¥2,500
These cute mittens are fitted with bonbons inspired by Mickey Mouse’s ears.
Since these are mittens, you can take your fingers out if you need them to check your phone!
Hat – ¥2,900
The hat is made from sheep boa and corduroy and the ear parts can be worn up or down. When worn up, both sides reveal a Mickey Mouse hand design.
Earmuffs – ¥2,400
The collection also includes earmuffs and a tote bag made from fur, a corduroy Minnie Mouse headband, and other snow-white items fitting for wintertime.
Women’s Coat – ¥11,800 (Medium/Large)
Women’s Jacket – ¥9,800 (Medium/Large)
Both the coat and jacket will go on sale on November 1. They are both made from sheep boa and have cute Mickey Mouse quilting on the front.
Stay warm this winter with Tokyo Disney Resort’s White x White collection.
*Product designs and prices subject to change without notice
*Available while supplies last
Available: Town Center Fashions at Tokyo Disneyland® / Figaro’s Clothiers at Tokyo DisneySea®
Ginza’s Gorgeous Ice Cream Shop coisof Releases Halloween Parfait
18.October.2019 | FOOD
Ginza’s luxury ice cream shop has released a new parfait flavour for the Halloween and autumn season.
They have called it the “Akiiro Murasaki coi Parfait” (Autumn Colour Purple coi Parfait). Coloured like the vivid sumire plant―a species of violet―this mouth-watering parfait contains a jam made in-house with whole natsuhaze, a wild type of blueberry that has been used in Japan since ancient times. It’s topped with a dollop of rich and milky ice cream, a puree made from in-season purple sweet potatoes, and assorted nuts for added crunch.
Natsuhaze blueberries contain a lot of polyphenols, giving them an elegant sour flavour which goes unbelievably well with the taste of the milky ice cream and sweet potato. The parfait is served with a liqueur made from sumire extract.
For the Halloween period between October 16 to 31, the parfait can also be topped with various spooky decorations at no extra cost, like chocolate ghosts, spiders and cobwebs.
If you’re celebrating Halloween in Japan this year, or want to treat your date to a Halloween treat, then take them to Tokyo’s high-class shopping district Ginza for a luxurious parfait.
Akiiro Murasaki coi Parfait
Price: With Liqueur ¥1,200 (Before Tax) / Without Liqueur ¥1,000 (Before Tax)
Running: October 16, 2019 – November 30, 2019
*Free Halloween parfait toppings available October 16, 2019 – October 31, 2019
Grand Opening: January 17, 2019
Address: re:Dine GINZA Floor 9F, 4-3-1 Ginza, Chuo Ward, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:00-22:00
Starbucks Japan Unveils Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino®
17.October.2019 | FOOD
Starbucks Coffee Japan has announced a new beverage called the Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino® which will be released at Starbucks branches (*1) across Japan from 17:22 (*2)―the time of sunset when night begins―on October 18, 2019. The coffee chain is also releasing its new “Halloween Masquerade” filter on Instagram (*3).
*1. Select branches not participating.
*2. Roll out time may differ at select branches.
*3. Instagram is a service owned by Facebook, Inc. The above-mentioned filter is not backed or managed by Instagram in any way nor is it affiliated with the service.
The Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino® is themed on an evening masquerade party. It will go on sale when the sun sets at 17:22 on October 18. As the name suggests, the drink itself is black and mysterious like the night, blending together black cocoa powder with white chocolate brownie.
The jet black beverage also has a red hue to it which comes from a sweet and sour red berry sauce made from raspberries, cranberries and strawberries. It’s topped with a squirt of fluffy whipped cream, sprinkled with black cocoa powder, and drizzled with more of that red berry sauce to create that Halloween aesthetic. The black cocoa adds a delicious bitterness to the sweetness of the brownie and the sweet and sour mixed berries, creating a mouth-watering flavour combination.
The Halloween Masquerade filter was developed by Starbucks for people’s Instagram stories this Halloween. There are four masks to choose from which can be changed by just tapping on the screen. There are other cool Halloween effects on the filter to find too. Something might even pop out of your mouth if you open wide…
Starbucks Japan will also sell the above-pictured Halloween cup stands when the drinks go on sale. Limited in stock, the stands come in black and white, titled Halloween Red Night Frappuccino® or the Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino® respectively. You can buy them separately or as a set.
Experience a spooky masquerade party at Starbucks this Halloween.
Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino®
Price: Tall Size Only – ¥590 (Before Tax)
Running: October 18, 2019 at 17:22 to October 31, 2019 (While supplies last)
Available: At most Starbucks Japan branches
Starbucks “Halloween Masquerade” AR Filter
Available: From October 16, 2019 at 10:30 (JST)
How to Use:
・Available from Starbucks Japan’s official Instagram profile @starbucks_j
・Download the Instagram app on your phone and access via https://sbux.jp/masq
*The filter will be removed without notice on November 1, 2019
Running: October 18, 2019 – October 31, 2019 (While supplies last)
Halloween Red Night Frappuccino® / Halloween Dark Night Frappuccino®
Price: ¥990 Each (Before Tax) *Fits Tall size drinks only, Frappuccino® drink sold separately at ¥590
Available: At most Starbucks Japan branches
Starbucks Coffee Japan Official Website: https://www.starbucks.co.jp/
Wear Plain Clothes This Halloween at Shibuya’s Jimi Halloween 2019 Event
13.October.2019 | FASHION
Worried about what to wear for Halloween this year? No need to panic. If you’re spending your Halloween in Shibuya this year, which is known the world over for its incredible Halloween festivities, then head to Tokyo Culture Culture on October 27 where a very unique event is taking place.
Jimi Halloween is an event that takes out the stress of having to go all out for Halloween as people go dressed as ordinary people. It has been held annually since 2014, with the number of attendees growing each year. Over 800 people took part last year, all clad in their plain clothes.
This year’s event will be split into three slots, with a capacity of 200 people per slot. Sign-ups begin on October 15 at 12:00pm (JST).
Beauty salon client
Dressing up as someone doing something has been a popular choice at the event recently. You can come up with some creative ideas that’ll make people say, “You came as that?!”
②”I’ve seen people like that!” attire
Flea market woman
There’s always certain types of people that everyone sees, and in Japan this is one of them!
③”I get it, but I don’t get it” attire
Hawaii vibe uncle
You’ve heard all about them, but have you seen them?
Handing out tissues with pachinko ads on them
Work attire is a go-to at the plain clothes event. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that this is the one that started the entire movement.
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
The final entry is those which are hard to categorise. They serve whatever vibes they are feeling.
Attend this year’s event and show off your own unique ideas!
Date: October 27, 2019 (3 Slots / 200 People Per Slot)
Slot ①: 11:00-14:00
Slot ②: 15:00-18:00
Slot ③: 19:00-22:00
★Places are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the website below
Venue: Tokyo Culture Culture (cocoti SHIBUYA 4F, 1-23-16 Shibuya, Tokyo)
Entry: Free (Apply at the link below)
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Transforms For Halloween 2019
11.October.2019 | FOOD
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo in Nihonbashi has begun its Halloween festivities for 2019, including a bone-chilling black and orange food and dessert menu, spooky decorations, a photo spot in the first floor main lobby, and more.
Check out their mouth-watering sweets assortment! Their Halloween Afternoon Tea set is packed full of autumntime flavours, from the glass desserts, to the apple chiboust, chocolate pocket watches with bats on them, adorable monster burgers, and more.
The hotel is also offering a Halloween Dinner Buffet on weekends and holidays decorated in Halloween colours. Pile your tray with figs and blackcurrants, chestnut mousse, pumpkin tarts, and plenty of other tasty treats, all prepared fresh in the kitchen.
This is just a peek into the hair-raising fun happening right now at Royal Park Hotel Tokyo. There’s also the Halloween Cocktail Fair, Halloween Sweets & Bread event, and much more.
Spend your Halloween here, or even use it as an opportunity to try wearing your Halloween costume out so you’re ready for October 31!
Halloween Afternoon Tea
Running: October 1, 2019 – October 31, 2019
Location: Fontaine (Floor 1F Lobby Lounge)
Price: ¥4,840 Per Person (Tax Included)
Halloween Dinner Buffet (Weekends & Holidays Only)
Running: October 5, 2019 – October 27, 2019
Location: Symphony (Floor 1F Lobby Lounge)
Price: ¥7,260 Per Person (Tax Included) / Seniors ¥6,050 Per Person (Tax Included)
*¥4,235 Per Person (Tax Included) for those aged 4-12 years and 65+
Halloween Cocktail Fair
Running: October 1, 2019 – October 31, 2019
Location: Fontaine (Floor 1F Lobby Lounge) / Royal Scots (Floor B1F Main Bar)
Price: ¥1,936 Per Person (Tax Included)
Halloween Sweets & Bread
Running: October 1, 2019 – October 31, 2019
Location IKI (Floor 1F Sweets & Bakery)
Royal Park Hotel Tokyo
Address: 2-1-1 Nihonbashikakigarachō, Chuo Ward, Tokyo
Official Website: https://www.rph.co.jp/
Tokyo’s Poop Museum Announces Halloween Event ‘MAX UNKO HALLOWEEN’
10.October.2019 | SPOT
Unko Museum Tokyo, a poop-themed (unko in Japanese) museum located on the second floor of DiverCity Tokyo Plaza in Odaiba, opened its Halloween event “MAX UNKO HALLOWEEN ~Unko & Dancing Halloween~” last Friday which will run all the way up to October 31. They are serving “max unko kawaii-ness” in this all-new Halloween event.
Unflushed Poop Resurrects For a Poop Monster Parade
At the Unko Museum this Halloween, expect to see nnko idol monsters, unko mummies, and lots of other cute and fashionable unko critters. All of them will be part of a spooky parade together with the museum’s mascot character Umberto. Join in as they show the audience how to do the unko dance which the museum created themselves!
Candy Rains From the Unko Volcano
You’ll find Halloween decorations all around the Unko Museum for the duration of the event. If you’ve visited before, you’ll be familiar with the Unko Volcano which normally spurts out poop. Well, for Halloween, it will instead offer up candy. Its design has also changed so it’s more fitting for the spooky season.
By the way, if you go up to one of the museum staff members and say, “Trick or Unko?” you’ll receive a special present. Don’t miss out―pluck up the courage and just say those words!
Exclusive Unko Museum Halloween Merchandise
The museum’s popular “My Unko Maker” feature, where you sit on a toilet and colourful poop appears at the bottom, will also take on a Halloween theme. Halloween items will also be sold including the above-pictured unko headbands.
Visit the quirky Unko Museum for a Halloween event like no other.
MAX UNKO HALLOWEEN ~Unko & Dancing Halloween~
Location: Unko Museum Tokyo
Address: DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Floor 2F, 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto Ward, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 (Last Entries 20:00)
No Fixed Holidays (Except when DiverCity Tokyo Plaza is closed)
Ticket Reservations: https://reserve.ale-box.com/reserve/169
Official Website: https://unkomuseum.com/tokyo
Tokyo Disney Resort to Release Frozen 2 Goods that Will Melt Your Heart
Disney’s Frozen is thawing back to life with the release of Frozen 2 which will premiere on November 22, 2019. To celebrate, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are gearing up with the release of approximately 30 kinds of exclusive merchandise which will be released on October 18. These are definitely worth melting for.
Plush Toy Hand Warmer: ¥2,900
Kid’s Cape: ¥3,900
The cold bothering you? Now you can let it go. Your kids will be prepared to embark on any winter adventure while staying stylish and warm with this magnificent Elsa and Anna-themed cape. Your sidekick Olaf has also come to life in the form of a Plush Toy Hand Warmer and is the perfect companion to keep your hands warm this season.
Drink Bottle: ¥2,700
Lip Balm: ¥900
There is also a big lineup of goods aimed at adults. The lineup consists of drink bottles, lip balms and much more. These items are perfect for everyday use no matter what season it is.
Pancake Sandwich (Potato Salad and Corned Beef) with a souvenir pouch: ¥1,300
Disneyland will also be serving up a delicious pancake fit for a princess which comes with a souvenir pouch. This Olaf Pancake Sandwich will be sold from October 18, 2019 to January 8, 2020. Two fluffy and sweet pancakes sandwich a potato salad and corned beef filling. The sweet and salty flavour will leave you and your friends finishing each other’s sandwiches!
There will also be a photo spot located on the wall of the Cinderella Castle (Tomorrowland) where you can get a photo with your favourite Frozen characters. Make sure you plunge into the world of the film and join Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven for a special photo.
*Please check the special edition website to find out more about the availability dates of the photo spot.
Special Cake Set: ¥2,000
The Disney Ambassador Hotel’s Hyperion Lounge will be selling a Special Cake Set and Special Drink from November 1 to December 19. The Special Cake Set consists of a lemon and cherry cheese tart. Can you spot the sugar paper Anna and Elsa on the plate? Eat the tart together with the lemon meringue for a refreshing flavour.
Special Drink: ¥1,300
The Special Drink is an autumn-themed Maple Syrup Iced Tea which perfectly depicts the autumn scenes of the film.
Tokyo Disney Resort® is giving you a first-time-in-forever-opportunity to experience the world of the film and is definitely worth checking out.
Tokyo Disney Resort: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/index.html
Tokyo DisneySea: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/tds/
Special Edition Website: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/treasure/frozen2/
Release Date: November 22, 2019
Official Website: https://www.disney.co.jp/movie/anayuki2.html
*The merchandise and special edition menu items are subject to change without prior notification. Please be aware that all Frozen 2 merchandise and menu items are limited in stock. This could cause items to sell out.
* Please refer to the Special Edition website to find out more information on the limited sale periods, shop locations and availability of Frozen 2 menu items and merchandise.
Minnie Mouse Takes Over Tokyo Disneyland for ‘Very Very Minnie!’ Event in 2020
The all-new Minnie’s Style Studio is set to open in Tokyo Disneyland on April 15, 2020 as a character greeting location where you can meet the Disney cast. In the run up to its opening, Minnie Mouse is hosting a 70-day kawaii-packed event entitled “Very Very Minnie!” which will run at the park from January 10 to March 19 next year.
There’s so much to look forward to at the event. The “It’s Very Minnie!” show will take place at the Showbase amphitheatre where Minnie and her fellow Disney comrades will look back at past events and dress up in various costumes they’ve worn up to now, along with music, serving lots of different styles such as Latin, romance and club. For the finale, the Disney characters will step out in all-new costumes inspired by Minnie. They will also dance along to a new theme song.
There will be a mini parade titled “Very Minnie Remix” packed full of Minnie references. The parade will make a stop in 6 areas around the park, with the characters and cast dressed in new costumes, inviting guests into the world of Minnie Mouse. Depending on the day you see the parade and what location from, you can expect to see something different every time, meaning you can enjoy the parade multiple times.
There will of course be plenty of cute Minnie-themed food and merchandise to enjoy too. Merch will feature Minnie’s iconic polka dot design.
Special Set – ¥990 @ Huey, Dewey and Louie’s Good Time Cafe
Sparkling Tapioca Drink (Strawberry Yogurt) – ¥450 @ Huey, Dewey and Louie’s Good Time Cafe
Minnie has a cute line-up for food and drink across various cafes and restaurants in the park. The “Mickey Mouse Pizza” now on sale at the Huey, Dewey and Louie’s Good Time Cafe will be transformed into a Minnie Mouse Pizza for a limited time. There’s also the tapioca drinks, filled with tapioca pearls so it looks like Minnie’s polka dots.
Special Set – ¥2,800 @ Eastside Cafe
Blue Bayou Course – ¥5,200 @ Blue Bayou Restaurant
Eastside Cafe is also getting in on the action, serving up a cute pasta dish with pink sauce and a ribbon, as is the Blue Bayou Restaurant where you can dine on a Minnie Mouse-inspired course.
The park will be decorated in all things “Very Very Minnie!” and they will change throughout the duration of the event. Be sure to find all the photo spots too for Minnie, Mickey, Donald and Goofy too.。
Enter the dreamy world of Minnie Mouse next year with “Very Very Minnie!”
Very Very Minnie!
Running: January 10, 2020 – March 19, 2020
Official Website: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/index.html
Starbucks Brews The Perfect Potions to Possess Your Heart This Halloween
06.October.2019 | FOOD
Starbucks Japan is opening the portal to a whole new realm of flavour from October 11, 2019. Premonitions reveal that two devilishly delicious masquerade-themed drinks are to emerge for the Halloween season and infiltrate the menus of Starbucks branches across Japan. The two drinks called Halloween Red Night Frappuccino® and Halloween Masquerade Raspberry Mocha, are sure to give you an out-of-body experience.
Just one sip of the Halloween Red Night Frappuccino® will pull you into a masquerade party world. The mysterious full red appearance of this devilish drink is tinged red with a tangy sauce which is a blend of raspberries, cranberries and strawberries. White chocolate brownies have been blended to make the frappuccino base. This is topped with a ghostly cloud of whipped cream sprinkled with dark cocoa powder. Red sauce can be seen trickling down the sides of the cup, tainting the white whipped cream. You will immediately be tricked into treating yourself to this irresistible drink.
Like a luxury dessert, not only do the colours of the frappuccino contrast, but the sweet fruity tang makes for the perfect contrast with the white chocolate brownie
If your regular Starbucks order is the White Mocha, then make way for your new Hallow-queen: The Halloween Masquerade Raspberry Mocha. This is made with a startling shot of espresso which has a sweet yet tangy mixed berry flavour. This is masked with a white mocha flavour.
Starbucks has brewed the perfect potions to steal your heart this Halloween. Dare you try one?
* The above image is an illustration.
Halloween Red Night Frappuccino®
Price: (Tall only) ¥590
Halloween Masquerade Raspberry Mocha
* Contains less than 5% raspberry juice
Price: Short ¥450/ Tall ¥490 / Grande ¥530 / Venti® ¥570
*All prices stated before tax
Available: October 11, 2019 – October 31, 2019
*Sales will end once stock has been depleted.
Available at most Starbucks Cafes across the country
Top 5 Halloween Treats to Pick Up at Japanese Convenience Stores This Year
October is here, meaning Halloween is right around the corner. If you’re not up for dressing up in a costume or going out this year, then you can still get in the Halloween spirit by picking up one of the many Halloween exclusive goodies now being sold at Japanese convenience stores. We’ve picked out our top 5 favourite for you.
Starbucks® Sweet Caramel Pudding Latte
Starbucks Japan is now stocking its sweet caramel pudding latte across most convenience stores in Japan. The golden-capped cup features a spooky Halloween design, decorated with ghosts, pumpkins and bats. Enjoy Halloween in a cup with the beverage’s rich and sweet caramel pudding flavour.
▼Starbucks® Sweet Caramel Pudding Latte
Available: Most convenience stores across Japan. Select branches not stocking.
Calbee Jagabee Black Consomme
These crunchy potato sticks are a popular savour snack in Japan. This Halloween, Calbee has coloured their sumptuous sticks black, and made them taste like delicious consomme. This is a 7-Eleven and Ai Group-exclusive. Its cute pot design will have you grabbing one off the shelf without even thinking.
▼Calbee Jagabee Black Consomme
Price: ¥138 (Before Tax)
Available: 7-Eleven and Ai Group
KOIKE-YA Karamucho Hot Chili Flavour
The classic thick-cut Karamucho potato chips have been sprinkled with extra spiciness for that heated kick. The packet features all the familiar faces of Halloween, from a witch to a pumpkin, bats, a graveyard and more. If you’re a spice-seeker then this one’s for you. Also a 7-Eleven and Ai Group exclusive product.
▼KOIKE-YA Karamucho Hot Chili Flavour
Price: ¥128 (Before Tax)
Available: 7-Eleven and Ai Group
7-Eleven Marshmallow Chocolate Ganache Daifuku
7-Eleven is also releasing a range of its own original Halloween treats, including this sweet white daifuku which looks like a marshmallow and is filled with rich chocolate ganache. A Japanese and Western-combined confection you can enjoy with one hand.
▼7-Eleven Marshmallow Raw Chocolate Daifuku
Price: ¥118 (Before Tax)
Available: 7-Eleven (Except in Okinawa)
7-Eleven Black Cat Sachertorte
Black cats are a popular symbol of Halloween, particularly in Japan. This cake is made with chocolate cream and vanilla cream and is coated in a crunchy chocolate coating for even more tasty texture. This is a seriously cute choice you’re sure to love!
▼7-Eleven Black Cat Sachertorte
Price: ¥308 (Before Tax)
Release Date: October 15, 2019
Did you enjoy our picks? There are plenty of Halloween-themed foods, confections and sweets to look forward to this year at convenience stores in Japan. Head to your closest one and see what they have in stock.
Tokyo Disney Resort to Unlock A Whole New World in 2020: New Area, New Attractions, New Adventures
30.September.2019 | SPOT
Tokyo Disney Resort will be telling the guards to open up the gates to an enormous number of brand new attractions, events and much more all at once on April 15, 2020. Over the course of the year, there will be so many exciting events and programs all over the resort that you will be wanting to waltz into Disney Resort® every day. This is the perfect chance to experience your perfect Happily Ever After.
In short, Alongside the numerous seasonal programs and events, Tokyo Disneyland will be expanding Fantasyland. A new area will be built inside it called New Fantasyland, which is dedicated to the Disney film Beauty and the Beast. There will even be a new attraction called ‘Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast’, an indoor theatre called ‘Fantasyland Forest Theatre’, and much more. Along with the new Fantasyland developments, Tomorrowland will be home to the new ride ‘The Happy Ride with Baymax’ and Toontown is getting an attraction called Minnie’s Style Studio.
New Disneyland Attractions to Open on April 15, 2020
New Attraction: Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast
There will be a brand new large-scale attraction dedicated to the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. Enter the picturesque village of medieval France where Belle resides. Embark on a journey through the film in a dancing teacup and become part of famous scenes as the nostalgic movie music embraces you. You will want this beautiful moment to last forever.
New Indoor Theatre: Fantasyland Forest Theatre
This is the first ever full-scale indoor theatre to ever be built at Disneyland and it will reside in Fantasyland. The theme of the theatre is travelling the wonderful world of music with your favourite Disney characters. The live performances to take place on the stage will be undoubtedly dynamic and intense.
Minnie Mouse Meet and Greet Facility: Minnie’s Style Studio
For the first time in forever, Tokyo Disneyland is setting up a greeting facility for Minnie Mouse to greet guests. Head to Toontown to meet fashion designer Minnie Mouse in her beautiful costumes. Make sure to get a picture with her!
*Toontown, where Minnie’s Style Studio is located, will be presented by Kodansha Ltd.
The Happy Ride with Baymax
If you’re a fan of Big Hero 6 then this ride is for you. Your favourite personal medical healthcare companion Baymax will pull you along on a thrilling and rather unpredictable journey.
* The Happy Ride with Baymax is presented by Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.
Tokyo DisneySea ‘Disney Easter’ Special Event
March 27- June 12, 2020
Tokyo DisneySea has some incredibly exciting news: The Usapiyo chicks are due to hatch in time for Easter! These mysterious chicks with bunny ears are sure to have your heart hopping with happiness. They will be taking part in a show held at the Mediterranean Harbor. The Usapiyo will be joining Mickey Mouse and the gang to celebrate spring and fill your heart with excitement and fun.
Tokyo Disneyland Special Program: ‘Happy Fair with Baymax’
June 4 – November 1, 2020
This program will take place in Tomorrowland and will see the park filled with decorations, photo spots, merchandise and menu items themed on Big Hero 6. Your excitement levels are bound to inflate dramatically!
These are just a few exciting events that 2020 holds in store. Be Prepared for some fun!
*All images in this article are illustrations.
Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/index.html