Just a week shy of October 31st there are many Halloween parades in and around Tokyo. Besides the one in Kawasaki , there are others in Ikebukuro and Odaiba. Watching the parade is free, but if you want to be in it you have to pay ¥1,000 and register on the event website. The parade usually has a multitude of people wearing many different types of costumes and is quite an exciting event for the whole family. Make sure you arrive early to secure a good viewing spot.
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I was born in Bucharest, Romania and after a brief stay in London, England I settled and lived in Toronto, Canada for 20 years. I moved to Tokyo in late 2013 and have lived here ever since. I enjoy exploring the city with my camera as well as going to many special events that Tokyo has to offer every year. There are so many incredible things and places to see in this country and they all need to be enjoyed and documented as well as shared with the world.