The illumination-ghost will appear!? “Halloween Night Fantasia” will be held at Tokyo Tower from the 26th of September.

16.September.2017 | SPOT

 “TOKYO TOWER HALLOWEEN NIGHT FANTASIA,” a production event based on Halloween will be held on the 2nd floor of the large observation deck from the 26th of September (Tue) to the 31st of October (Tue)!

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The event will be held by the “creative group” called “NAKED Inc.,” centering around Ryotaro Matsumura who has many roles such as actor, movie director and art director.

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Fun contents using lighting such as “Obake no Photo Spot” where images of ghosts appear on Tokyo Tower’s observation deck, “Halloween Aurora World” which creates light curtains using colorful laser beams and smoke rendition and “Trick Halloween Road” where ghosts appear from the floor when it becomes night time!

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Why not experience this spooky world of Halloween while enjoying the nightview of Tokyo!?

 

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■Information 

TOKYO TOWER HALLOWEEN NIGHT FANTASIA

Date: September 26th, 2017 (Tue.) to October 31st (Tue.)

Event duration: September 26th, 2017 (Tue.) to October 12th (Thurs.)  18:00~22:50

October 13th (Fri.) to October 31st (Tue.) 17:30~22:50

※The projection will be held subsequently during the dates noted above.

 

Venue: Tokyo Tower 2nd floor of the large observation deck

Fee: the event can be enjoyed with the entrance fee of the large observation deck.

Adult (older than high school student): 900 yen

Children (elementary school / junior high school student): 500 yen

Small children (older than four years old): ※All fees noted above include tax

 

※NAKED Inc. official website:http://naked-inc.com

Photos can be seen from this URL: https://www.atpress.ne.jp/news/137621

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