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3 Popular Halloween Parades and Trick or Treat for Kids in Tokyo 2014

Photo source: Harajuku Halloween website

Photo source: Harajuku Halloween website

Hi Everyone! Do you want to celebrate Halloween with your baby in Tokyo? Here are 3 Popular Halloween Parades and Trick or Treat events in Tokyo this year.

1. Omotesando / Harajuku Pumpkin Parade

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 in Omotesando Hills shopping centre.

  • Date: Sunday 26th October
  • Time: 11am-7pm (Parade is held 1:00-2:15pm)
  • Location: Omotesando Dori
  • Cost: 1000yen per child
  • How to enter: Tickets sold from 11am on 13th October from the ticketing booth setup in Kids Mori on B2F of Omotesando Hills
  • Click here to see more information

You need to enter your children in the parade for them to participate. There is also trick or treating at participating stores in the area!

2. Yoyogi Uehara

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 2013 Trick or Treat here.

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

Note – this event hasn’t been updated on the Yoyogi Uehara website yet, but I expect it will be on this year again as it is so popular!

3. Kawasaki Halloween Parade

Kids Parade: Saturday 25th October (approx. 500 kids join)

Note: The adults parade in Kawasaki is held the next day on Sunday 26th October from 2:30-4pm with over 2500 people, however I’ve heard the costumes are very scary. Perhaps too scary for the kids!

Happy Halloween everyone!

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2 thoughts on “3 Popular Halloween Parades and Trick or Treat for Kids in Tokyo 2014

  1. Joey says:

    Great suggestions for Tokyo! We went to the Yamate Halloween walk in YOKOHAMA which was great fun. Could then enjoy some time in Motomachi after. Bar the odd scary mask it was a fantastic walk-about and we could change the baby in Berrick Hall and then tried out the Mama Camper van parked in Motomachi High Street. Sponsored by Benesse and assisted by a lovely lady, it has 2 changing spaces, facilities to make formulae and wipes/trash bags are complimentary. Happy Halloween.

    1. Kate says:

      Thank you Joey! I would LOVE to go to Halloween in Yamate. Such an amazing place. I’ll have to take the kids there next year. The Benesse Mama Camper van sounds fabulous. x Kate

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