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PHOTOS: Festival of Mystique, Spooky Specialty Food, and Merchandise Revealed for “Disney Halloween” 2019 at Tokyo DisneySea

On Monday, we talked about the haunting new Halloween offerings coming to Tokyo Disneyland. Now, we’ve got new details about the all-new version of the “Disney Halloween” celebration coming to Tokyo DisneySea from September 10th to October 31st!


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On the waters of Mediterranean Harbor, Mickey Mouse and his friends will host an eerie celebration in the all-new Halloween show “Festival of Mystique”! Many years ago in the quiet village of Porto Paradiso, Halloween once featured a grandiose celebration, but has faded through the years. One day, three mysterious women come to the Disney friends and suggest reviving the celebration, featuring marine motifs and bewitching songs and dances. But the women soon reveal themselves as evil Sea Witches trying to revive the wicked Sea King, and trap the Disney friends under their spell! Will Mickey save his friends and the Halloween celebration before it’s too late? I can’t wait to find out!

In addition to Festival of Mystique, the special nighttime fireworks show, Night High Halloween, will also make a return this year every night. (Weather permitting)


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Across Tokyo DisneySea, darker and wickedly opulent decor, especially around Mediterranean Harbor, will be in place. The main entrance will also feature this incredible design.

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In American Waterfront’s Waterfront Park, this beautiful display will be out for Guests to take pictures. I’m very impressed by what I’ve seen so far, and I’m sure there will be even more to see come September 10th!


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About 60 different types of special merchandise will be available just for “Disney Halloween”, including those with motifs themed to Festival of Mystique. A batwing cape, spider-web-pattern lace gloves, and a candle light-up item are just a few of the accessories available to make any outfit as dark and mysterious as this year’s Halloween!

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Specialty Foods

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Around fifteen different types of spooky menu items will be themed to the dark and mysterious world of Halloween at Tokyo DisneySea. Guests can enjoy a creepy dark-colored pasta dish as part of a special set menu offered at Cafe Portofino, among other delicious offerings. Additionally, five special alcoholic cocktails will be available throughout the park.

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Additionally, several delicious snacks have been announced, including a teriyaki version of the beloved ukiwa bun (as seen above), a maple pumpkin churro, and a blueberry mousse with cassis jelly dessert. I can’t wait to try them all!


One of the special features of the Tokyo Disney Resort’s Halloween celebrations is the ability for Guests to come spend the day at the parks dressed like their favorite Disney characters! Every day from September 9 – October 31, Guests may come dressed as Rapunzel and Flynn Rider, or Mickey and Minnie, or even C-3P0 and R2-D2 if you wish! A few restrictions apply, including that it must be a Disney character, you can not dress as a Cast Member, you can not wear excessive makeup, masks, or other items that may cover your face, they cannot have real or imitation knives or other weapons, and they must not be overly revealing. Guests are pretty creative here, and groups love to come dressed in matching outfits, so there’s sure to be some excellent costumes in the parks this year!

“Disney Halloween” runs from September 10th to October 31st, 2019. It’ll be a very mysterious and exciting time to visit Tokyo DisneySea! I can’t wait to see some tricks, eat some treats, and get some spooky merch! Are you excited? Let us know, and stay tuned to WDWNT for up-to-date coverage of Tokyo Disney Resort and other Disney properties worldwide!

  1. Can the Tokyo Parks Management just take over for the domestic parks too already? They just always seem to knock it out of the park (literally) with all the stuff they do.

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