5 Places in Tokyo to celebrate Halloween!

Halloween is fast approaching! If you’d like to take your babies to a Halloween parade or trick or treating, here are 5 great places to check out in Tokyo!

Halloween 2012

1. Omotesando

Date: Sunday 27th October 2013

Time: 11am-5pm

HUGE Halloween “Pumpkin Parade” down the main street of Omotesando. Over 1000 kids join in. There will also be Halloween attractions and entertainment for kids on the B3F of Omotesando Hills. See website for details (in Japanese).

Omotesando Halloween parade Omotesando Halloween kids show

Photos from Enjoy Tokyo

2. Roppongi Hills

Date: Saturday 26th October 2013

Location: Roppongi Hills arena

  • Halloween Parade

Time: 11am-2pm (registration for Halloween parade is open from 10:30am-1:30pm)

Cost: Free

Fun Halloween Parade will be held about every 25min. Register on the day to participate.

  • Halloween Activities and Craft

Time: from 10am

Cost: Infants 500yen, babies 300yen

Fun activities and craft for young kids under 5 years old.

  • Halloween Festival & Trick or Treat 

Time: 2pm and 3pm (50 kids per group)

Cost: Free

Play Halloween games, songs and trick or treat with Roppongi English teachers. For kids over 3 years.

See details on the Roppongi Hills website.

Roppongi Hills Halloween 2013

3. Yoyogi Uehara

  • Date: 31st October 2013
  • Time: From 6pm
  • Location: outside Yoyogi Uehara Station
  • Cost: Free

HUGE trick or treat on the street in front of Yoyogi Uehara station. Over 1000 kids join in. Looks like lots of fun! See photos from the 2012 Trick or Treat here.

Yoyogi Uehara Halloween trick or treat

Photo from Yoyogi Uehara website

4. Tokyo Skytree 

  • Date: Weekend of 19th-20th and 26th-27th October 2013
  • Time: 11:15am, 12:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:50pm
  • Location: Sky Arena Stage, 4F Tokyo Skytree Town

Special Halloween dance show for kids with character Sorakara-chan. Also Halloween Parade on 20th from 11:30am-2:30pm, and Trick or Treat at the Skytree station. Looks like fun if you are thinking to visit the Tokyo Skytree anyway!

Sky tree Halloween parade

Photo from Skytree website

5. Tamagawa Takashimaya, Futako-Tamagawa

Halloween Stamp Rally

  • Date: 26-31 October 2013
  • Time: 10am-6pm
  • Location: Tamagawa Takashimaya, South Blg 1F Plaza
  • How to join: If you spend over 1000yen in Tamagawa Takashimaya, bring your receipt to the 1F Plaza and your child can join the stamp rally to win a prize

Sesame Street Halloween Characters and Presents

  • Date: 26, 27, 31 October 2013
  • Time: from 10am
  • Location: Tamagawa Takashimaya, South Blg 1F Plaza and 5F
  • Sesame Street characters will be greeting the kids in the South Bdg 1F Plaza, and Original Sesame Street presents will be given to the first 300 children on the South Bdg 5F.

Halloween Parade

  • Date: 27 October 2013
  • Time: 11am
  • Location: Tamagawa Takashimaya, Entrance of 1F Main Bdg
  • Sesame Street characters will be greeting the kids in the South Bdg 1F Plaza, and Original Sesame Street presents will be given to the first 300 children on the South Bdg 5F.

Tamagawa Takashimaya Halloween parade

Photo from Tamagawa Takashimaya website 



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3 thoughts on “5 Places in Tokyo to celebrate Halloween!

  1. Palmer says:

    Thanks for posting this this is out first Halloween in Tokyo and we were at a lost for trick or treat events for our little one.

  2. Polly Caragay says:

    Hello. Great site ! So happy to have found it. Moved to Manila from the U.S almost 2 years ago so an expat myself. While there are Halloween events here throughout the month of October, there’s nowhere to really go on Halloween day itself – much less anywhere to go trick or treating really. Traveling to Tokyo from the end of October and will be there for Halloween. We have a 4 year old daughter and a 2 year old son. Any suggestions on a good place to take them for Halloween ? Also, we have a Maclaren twin stroller. Would that be conducive to walking in Tokyo or would be be better to have 2 singles ? Anyways, thanks for such an informative and helpful site.


    1. Kate says:

      Hi Polly! Thanks for your message! The same places in this article will celebrate Halloween again this year. Harajuku Halloween is on Sunday 26th October 11am-7pm. Yoyogi Uehara Trick or Treat is on 31st October. I think these would be the best places to join, as they don’t require reservation and are easy to get to! Regarding the twin Maclaren stroller, this should be fine as long as it fits through the ticket gates at the train station. The regular ticket gates are 50-60cm wide, and the wide ticket gates are 90cm wide. It’s also a good idea to check where the elevators are at the train stations – if you can’t find the elevator, just ask the station staff for help. See my previous articles about how to ask for help up the stairs at the train station: https://www.tokyourbanbaby.com/2012/06/navigating-japan-with-a-pram-how-to-ask-for-help-up-stairs-in-train-stations.html


      Hope this helps and have a wonderful trip! xx Kate

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