Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tokyo Disney Sea Halloween 2009 Report By Yumiko Murata - Part One

Yumiko Murata is back with a new and great photo report on Tokyo Disney Sea's Halloween decor. As usual, click on each picture to see it in big size. We begin this pictorial report by the entrance of the park and Port Mediterranean.

Let's move to the American Waterfront...

As you can see with the merchandise masks below, Halloween at TDS has a "Venitian" touch...

From the Columbia we will go now to the Cape Cod area, the other land with a Halloween theme.

The other lands don't have a Halloween theme, and there is a logic in that: Halloween is an American or European tradition so it's in american Waterfront, Cape Cod or Port Mediterranean that the theme fits the best, not in Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta or Mermaid Lagoon. However, thanks to the boats a bit of Halloween is coming to these lands, too.

Don't miss the part two of this TDS Halloween report with beautiful night pictures!

Pictures: copyright Yumiko Murata and Disney and more

Have a look to Yumiko Murata and Paul Hsu web site about Entertainment called Premiereport !

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Gilad said...

Wow, I didn't know that TDS is so beautiful!
Alain, all the attractions are only in japanese ,right?
I really loved the pictures and I can't wait for the second report :)

Alain Littaye said...

Gilad, yes, most of the attractions are in japanese language.

Honor Hunter said...

Stop posting all these beautiful pictures Alain! You're making me have to plan my return trip too early!

Great photos. Hope you got great birthday gifts.

Anonymous said...

Wow! That looks stunning. I wish I could go there.

Matt said...

Yeah, TDS looks amazing. They really did a great job with it.

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