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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by almandot View Post
    They can dress whoever they want up as a devil. Nothing will be as classy as Paris' "ghost" costumes for Alice and Peter Pan :P
    Those costumes are friggen AMAZING! It must have taken many many minutes to design and create them! The "extra" little touches like the frayed bottom edges are a classic example of Disney going that extra mile. :P

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Look like Members of the Ku Klux Klan.

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    The event site is up! If you look at the bottom of this page you'll see a first glimpse of devil Mickey. Looks like he has red wings and white horns in front of his ears. Nothing like I pictured. Cute in its own way.

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Thanks for the link! The first teaser website always whets my appetite. And you've got good eyes, too, because that devil Mickey is TINY.

    The main event site appears to have some sort of haunted purple vegetable as one of the decorative characters. A haunted radish?
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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    a haunted radish LOL I am not sure what he is either - he was part of the website graphics last year too


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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Looks like a chilli pepper to me.

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Here is the correct translation.

    URAYASU, CHIBA-- Tokyo Disney Resort® will celebrate the Halloween season with the special event "Disney's Halloween" at Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® parks. This unique seasonal event will be offered from September 7 through October 31, 2012.

    Tokyo DisneySea will host a splendid and unique event themed to a Halloween carnival. This year, Mediterranean Harbor will be the central location of this event, welcoming guests to the Park with a lively and vibrant atmosphere.

    Here, a new Venetian carnival-style show called "A Halloween Daydream" will take place, featuring the Disney friends joined by skeletons invited by Mickey Mouse.

    And at Lost River Delta, the colorful street greeting program "Chip 'n Dale's Skeleton Fiesta" will be back again this year.

    Moreover, the themed ports will be decorated for Halloween with pumpkins and skeletons and more to liven up the Halloween atmosphere.

    During this event period, both Parks will offer special merchandise and menus only available during this event period. Guests can also enjoy a stay in a Halloween-themed room at the Disney Ambassador® Hotel, and all three Disney Hotels will offer special Halloween menus.
    Tokyo DisneySea Special Event "Disney's Halloween"

    Entertainment Programs
    A Halloween Daydream
    Location: Mediterranean Harbor
    Duration: Approx. 25 minutes (two times a day)
    Number of Performers: Approx. 110
    Participating Characters: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Chip, Dale, Clarice, Pinocchio, Geppetto, Marie.
    The Disney friends, along with skeletons invited by Mickey Mouse, enjoy a new and lively carnival in this splendid and unique Halloween celebration.

    When Donald Duck and other Disney characters appear on land for the start of the carnival, Mickey, Minnie and their friends also appear on the waters of Mediterranean Harbor. Then, mysterious yet quirky skeletons appear from all over Mediterranean Harbor. Initially, both the townspeople as well as the skeletons seem a little afraid of each other.

    But Mickey and Minnie reach out to all, saying "we're all friends, open your hearts," putting smiles on the skeletons' faces. From there, the Disney friends and the townspeople help the bare skeletons dress up for the carnival, learning to understand one another in the process and joining hands for the festivities. Eventually, everyone begins to dance the "skeletons dance," ultimately joined by the guests as well.

    This is a heartwarming Halloween carnival that can only happen here in Mediterranean Harbor.

    Chip 'n Dale's Skeleton Fiesta
    Location: Lost River Delta
    Duration: Approx. 15 minutes (twice a day)
    Number of Performers: Approx. 30

    This colorful Halloween greeting program is back again in Tokyo DisneySea. Chip 'n Dale are joined by lively dancers and a band, all dressed in vibrant costumes, greeting guests as they make their way through Lost River Delta.

    Night High Halloween (at both Parks)
    The skies above Tokyo DisneySea will be filled with fireworks as Halloween music plays.

    Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather, etc.
    Special Merchandise

    Approximately110 different types of Tokyo DisneySea original merchandise will be offered.

    New this year are items designed with the Disney characters as they appear in the new main show "A Halloween Daydream." In addition, the popular Halloween masks will be available again this year. There will also be items designed with Duffy and ShellieMay enjoying a Halloween parade in Cape Cod, and more.

    There will also be approximately 200 different types of special merchandise available at both Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland, including popular items designed with pumpkins and ghosts, as well as a devilish design of Mickey Mouse. All combined, the total of special items offered at the two Parks will total approximately 400 types of items.
    Note: Special merchandise (not including Duffy and ShellieMay items) will be available from September 1. Duffy and ShellieMay items will be available from September 3.

    Special Menus

    Refreshment Station will offer a "black" version of the popular Gyoza Sausage Bun at Tokyo DisneySea. Guests can also enjoy Halloween-themed menus in Casbah Food Court and Sailing Day Buffet. And at Miguel's El Dorado Cantina, the popular special set with the skull-motif taco rice will be back again this year.

    For dessert, guests can enjoy special sweets that come with Halloween souvenir items, as well as desserts that come with souvenir items featuring Halloween-themed Duffy and ShellieMay designs.
    Note: Special menus will be available from September 1. Desserts with Duffy and ShellieMay souvenir items will be available from September 3.

    Decorations

    Various areas in the Park will feature a different Halloween atmosphere, with a gorgeous European flavor around the Park entrance; a colorful and vibrant Latin American theme in Lost River Delta; the hustle, bustle and humor of the big city in American Waterfront's New York; and a down-home country atmosphere in Cape Cod. New this year, the Halloween spirit spreads into Mediterranean Harbor with skeleton decorations.
    Cast Members

    Cast Members in Mediterranean Harbor, American Waterfront, and Lost River Delta will be wearing Halloween masks during the event period to enliven the unique atmosphere of Halloween in Tokyo DisneySea. They will also be welcoming guests with a lively "Happy Halloween!" greeting. In addition, Cast Members distributing original candies will appear dressed in a special costume in American Waterfront (New York and Cape Cod) and Lost River Delta - guests will receive a candy if they say "trick or treat!"
    Regarding Costumes and Admission at Tokyo DisneySea
    During the "Disney's Halloween" event period, guests can accessorize for Halloween with headbands, hats and other items, as well as Halloween masks that cover only the area around the eyes. Guests dressed in full costumes will not be admitted into the Park (excepting children age 11 and younger).

    When mentioning that guests can enter the Park in costume, please include the above information, or note that "certain costumes and accessories are not allowed, please see the official Tokyo Disney Resort website (Japanese language only) or contact Tokyo Disney Resort for further details."
    Note: A special page on the Tokyo Disney Resort official website regarding costumes is scheduled to go up on June 29 (Japanese language only.

    Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package

    Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package will offer package plans that include hotel accommodations, FASTPASS tickets, as well as special viewing area tickets for entertainment programs at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, in addition to participation in the "'Tricks & Treats' on Halloween Street" program at Tokyo Disneyland. The various package plans will allow guests to take full advantage of all the fun of the Halloween events being held at the two Parks.
    Note: Sales of the package plans are scheduled to start at the beginning of July. More information will be available at the end of June on the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservations and Tickets website. (The package plans on the website are only offered in the Japanese language.)

    Disney Hotels Special Event "Disney's Halloween"

    Disney Ambassador® Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta® and Tokyo Disneyland® Hotel will all offer special Halloween menus that are sure to bring out the best autumn flavors during this "spooky" season. Also, a number of guest rooms at the Disney Ambassador Hotel will be specially decorated for Halloween, allowing guests to truly immerse themselves in the Halloween fun.



    URAYASU, CHIBA-- Tokyo Disney Resort® will celebrate the Halloween season with the special event "Disney's Halloween" at Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® parks. This unique seasonal event will be offered from September 7 through October 31, 2012.

    At Tokyo Disneyland, "Halloween Street" is back again this year to take guests into the spooky world of the ghosts. These ghosts have sent out invitations to the Disney friends to attend their kooky Halloween party.

    Guests can also join in the ghostly fun with the popular parade from the previous year, "Disney's Halloween Street 'Welcome to Spookyville.'"

    New this year is a puzzle-solving program, "'Tricks & Treats' on Halloween Street" (separate fee required), where participants can try if they can see beyond the "tricks" that the ghosts have written into the party invitations.

    Also, part of the fun during this event is getting dressed up as a Disney character*, and enjoying the Park all decked out with jack-o'-lanterns and ghostly decorations, spreading the fun of Halloween throughout the entire Park.

    *Adults may enjoy dressing up in full costumes on selected dates.

    During this event period, both Parks will offer special merchandise and menus only available during this event period. Guests can also enjoy a stay in a Halloween-themed room at the Disney Ambassador® Hotel, and all three Disney Hotels will offer special Halloween menus.
    Tokyo Disneyland Special Event "Disney's Halloween"

    Entertainment Programs

    Disney's Halloween Street "Welcome to Spookyville"
    Location: Parade Route
    Duration: Approx. 40 minutes (two times a day)
    Number of Performers: Approx. 90
    Number of Floats: 7
    Participating Characters: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Max, Pluto, Chip, Dale, Stitch, Marie, Clarice, Huey, Dewey, Louie

    In answer to an invitation from ghostly "Halloween Street," Mickey Mouse and his friends dress up in gorgeous costumes and join the ghosts and even the guests in a spooky, kooky Halloween party parade.

    Mickey Mouse and the Disney friends appear on "Halloween Street" themed floats, enjoying the ghostly party that they've been invited to. When the parade stops, the hiding ghosts appear out of the floats, and begin dancing uproariously to lively music.

    Guests can join in with hand motions in this truly high-spirited party for all to enjoy. This year, Mickey and Minnie appear in new costumes to new music for a different take on the parade from last year.

    Note: The parade will stop three times -- between Westernland and Fantasyland; in the Plaza; and between Tomorrowland and Toontown.

    Super-Duper Jumpin' Time
    This show for young children presented at the Plaza Pavilion Bandstand will incorporate Halloween elements into the "funny face" and dance scenes.

    Night High Halloween (at both Parks)
    The skies above Tokyo Disneyland will be filled with fireworks as Halloween music plays.

    Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather, etc.
    Special Merchandise

    Approximately 90 different types of Tokyo Disneyland original merchandise will be offered, featuring Mickey Mouse and his pals in their new Halloween costumes for this year's parade.

    Moreover, guests will find costumes that children can wear and other items to get accessorized for Halloween. There will also be approximately 200 different types of special merchandise available at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, including popular items designed with pumpkins and ghosts, as well as a devilish design of Mickey Mouse.

    All combined, the sum of special items offered at the two Parks will total approximately 400 types of items.

    Note: Special merchandise will be available from September 1.
    Special Menus

    Crystal Palace Restaurant will offer a special buffet of fun Halloween dishes themed to ghosts and pumpkins. And at Pan Galactic Pizza Port, ghostly tricks have created a pizza with a black crust. Other restaurants will offer pumpkin-flavored sundaes, popcorn buckets that glow in the dark, and more.

    Desserts that come with souvenir items will also be offered at the event booths.

    Note: Special menus will be available from September 1.
    Decorations

    Guests visiting the Plaza will be welcomed by a photo location featuring Mickey and his pals joined by a ghostly musical band enjoying the party on Halloween Street. There will also be "trick art" objects that change their appearance depending on the angle they are viewed from. Moreover, other areas within the Park will be decorated with ghosts, pumpkins, and more to liven up the Halloween atmosphere.
    Attractions

    The Fantasyland attraction Haunted Mansion will be transformed from September 7, 2012 through January 3, 2013 to reflect the film Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, for the special program Haunted Mansion "Holiday Nightmare."

    During the "Disney's Halloween" event period only, the Disney Drawing Class, held at The Disney Gallery, will offer lessons on how to draw Mickey Mouse in a vampire costume.
    Halloween Program

    "'Tricks & Treats' on Halloween Street"
    This is a new program where participants can enjoy going around the Park trying to solve a puzzle. Participants receive a challenge (in the form of a map) from the ghosts with tricky puzzles to be solved related to Halloween Street. Guests who solve the puzzles will receive a "treat" (original item) for successfully beating the "tricks."

    Note: Separate fee of „500 required. Participants should apply for the program at shops in the World Bazaar and the event area. The goal is located in Tomorrowland Hall. Participants in this program will also receive benefits at the Disney Ambassador Hotel and Tokyo Disneyland® Hotel, such as receiving a choice of exclusive special drinks (separate fee required).

    Regarding Costumes and Admission at Tokyo Disneyland
    On certain days during the Halloween event period, guests can enter Tokyo Disneyland dressed in full Disney character costumes. Children age 11 or younger may do so any day during the event period, with all other guests only allowed during the first and last weeks of the event period (September 7-13, and October 25-31).

    For the safety of everyone concerned, guests in costume may not be allowed to ride some attractions. Also:

    • Guests in costumes other than Disney character costumes will not be admitted.
    • Entering the Park in full costume is allowed only during the 14 days mentioned above (children age 11 and younger excepted).
    • Guests are asked to refrain from wearing costumes that cover their face (including costume make-up), that include sharp or dangerous objects or parts, that make it difficult to walk or that are overly revealing.
    • Guests may not wear Cast Member costumes.
    • Guests are asked to refrain from using the restrooms or wheelchair-accessible restrooms both inside and outside the Park for changing clothes.
    • Guests may be required to take off parts of their costume during shows if they block other people's view.
    • Guests may not be allowed to enter the Park if their costume goes against safety or theme policy.

    When mentioning that guests can enter the Park in costume, please include the above bullet points, or note that "certain costumes and accessories are not allowed; please see the official Tokyo Disney Resort website (Japanese language only) or contact Tokyo Disney Resort for further details."


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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Thanks for cleaning up my messy Google translation!
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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Found the first video of the show

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by mickeyfan5534 View Post
    Found the first video of the show
    What show are you referring to? The Halloween show doesn't start until Sept 7.

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    wrong one sory. That's the summer show.

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    a small halloween update

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Can anyone explain how you obtain the two interlocking charms on the page that DizneyDogs linked to above? It appears to be some multi-step process that involves answering questions!
    Any help would be appreciated.
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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fukai View Post
    Can anyone explain how you obtain the two interlocking charms on the page that DizneyDogs linked to above? It appears to be some multi-step process that involves answering questions!
    Any help would be appreciated.

    1) Take your Annual Pass to the Tomrrowland location to get your stamp card.
    2) Spend 2000 yen on merchandise or food and take your receipts to Tomorrowland location to get your card stamped and get the first charm
    3) Spend 2000 yen on merchandise or food and take your receipts to Tomorrowland location to get your card stamped and get the second charm

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    Re: Tokyo Disney Resort Halloween 2012

    The monorail ticket will be TDS's Halloween
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