BREAKING: Tokyo Disneyland to Host “Halloween Morning” Upcharge Event Featuring Costumes & Different Greeting Parade

Tokyo Disney Resort is normally well-known for bundling all seasonal festivities into the standard tickets, only hosting upcharge events for the annual Countdown Party on New Year’s Eve. However, with the shortened hours and extra-low capacity currently in place at Tokyo Disneyland, it seems that the Oriental Land Company is ready to dip their toes into their first upcharge event, with a new Halloween Morning Passport!


From October 25th through 29th, Guests visiting Tokyo Disneyland will have the option to purchase a “Halloween Morning Passport”, which will allow entry to Tokyo Disneyland at 8am instead of the 10am opening time. During the Halloween Morning, a special greeting parade will be held, and select attractions, restaurants, and shops will be operating for Guests visiting. And of course, Guests visiting will be allowed to wear their costumes to the park!

Tickets will cost ¥13000 ($118.19) and also includes the rest of the day once the park opens to regular Guests. This is approximately ¥4800 ($43.70) above the cost of an ¥8200 ($74.65) weekday ticket.

A special souvenir will be given to each Guest as they walk in the turnstiles.

Greeting Parade

Tokyo Disneyland Halloween Spooky Boo Parade

During the Mickey’s Greeting Parade with Villains, Mickey Mouse will come out on the Western River Railroad float from the annual Spooky “Boo!” Parade (which incidentally will also be used for the Halloween version of the standard Mickey & Friends Greeting Parade during regular operations). He’s joined by several of the Disney villains as they celebrate the world of villains! The greeting will be held at 8:45am.


Guests will be able to enjoy Tokyo Disneyland all day in their special costumes only if they purchase a Halloween Morning Passport. Guests arriving at the 10am opening time, whether they hold a Halloween Morning Passport or not, may not arrive in costume.

Guests are only permitted to dress as Disney characters, as well as dancers from Tokyo Disney Resort entertainment past and present. A full list of acceptable Disney films and properties is available on the Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website. Additionally, Guests may not wear tights or revealing clothing, excessively long dresses, makeup that is “not reflective of everyday styles”, fake beards, or any kind of face covering other than those required to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Guests may also not bring any props that may not fit in their bags, instruments, sports equipment, or prop weapons of any kind.

Additionally, Guests are not allowed to change into costume at the park, including in the surrounding restrooms, and must arrive at the park already in costume.



Guests visiting Halloween Morning can experience the following attractions:

  • Big Thunder Mountain
  • Splash Mountain
  • Pooh’s Hunny Hunt
  • Space Mountain
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters
  • Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!

Notably, the Haunted Mansion, Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast, and the Happy Ride with Baymax will not be open during Halloween Morning and Guests will still be required to enter in the Entry Request lottery system to experience the latter two attractions once the park opens at 10am.

Shops & Restaurants


Guests will be able to shop at the Grand Emporium and Village Shops, as well as dine at the Tomorrowland Terrace and La Taverne de Gaston.

Tickets go on sale for Halloween Morning at Tokyo Disneyland starting September 22nd, or Guests can book a special Disney Hotel package which includes Halloween Morning starting September 16th. Are you interested in this new upcharge event? Let us know in the comments below!

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