Team up with the squad to dress up as Sailor Moon characters
Dress up as a popular humanoid from Japan, Hastune Miku
Not so familiar with Japanese Princess? Here you go!
Kiki’s Delivery Service
Dress up as your favorite Ghibli character, Kiki
Want to dress casually this year? Go out partying in a Gudetama poncho.
When you trying to tell everyone how much you love french fries…
Wear a cute character costume for trick-or-treating!
Dress up as Goku and popular characters from Dragon Ball Z
Keep warm with Mt. Fuji costume
Whose favorite is a hot dog?
Dress up as the most famous Japanese fairy tale character - Momotaro!
Dress up as your favorite ONE PIECE characters like Monkey D. Luffy
Dress comfortably in a Pikachu onesie
Dress up as Yo-Kai Watch characters from the popular RPG and manga
Select from various colors of ninja costumes
Dress up as the popular character with footmuffs for trick-or-treating!
Who doesn't like Rilakkuma? It can also be used for a pyjama party!
A little magician it is!
Would you like a quiet Halloween night? Wear this and relax on the couch like Gudetama.
Being a popular character overseas.
Put on a hakama and undergo an awe-inspiring transformation! A hakama is a type of traditional kimono worn for a special occasion.
You'll look cute in a yukata! Once worn after bathing, it is now a summer feature in Japan.
Turn into a Ninja Dog ～！A cute and fun ninja costume hoodie.
A wig that can transform you into a Japanese princess in no time.
Select from various types of scary colored contacts
Halloween nail accessories
Easy to use Halloween decorated nail art
Not going full out this Halloween? Wear a unique mask to welcome trick-or-treaters
Wearable art Halloween edition eyelash extensions
Various small pieces of tasty chocolate snacks from Japan
'Umaibo' snack bar
Children in Japan have been loving this bar for 40 years!
Enjoy unique Japan-exclusive flavors!
'Kabukiage' Rice Crackers
Not only children but adults will get hooked on this salty-sweet soy sauce-based rice cracker!
Is 'Taking it Easy at Home' the New Way to Spend Halloween in Japan!?
The history of Halloween culture is still relatively new in Japan, with the holiday only truly becoming widespread in the 2000s. Until then, celebrating Halloween was limited to handing out treats, and the celebration as a whole wasn't particularly popular.
It is believed that the spread of Halloween as a popular festivity coincided with the rise in popularity of 'moe' (cute) anime in Japan. In the 2000s, people other than the so-called otaku (anime and manga fans) started to take an interest in anime, and also cosplay (dressing as characters in manga and anime). Additionally, the nature of Halloween itself, as an event that is open for everyone to enjoy, contributed to a widespread interest in dressing in costume, even for those who didn't necessarily have an interest in cosplay.
Halloween became a popular event as a "day of masquerades", where people could take on a new identity different from their usual selves. However, in 2018, there was a change in the way people celebrated the occasion. Instead of wearing costumes and parading down the busy streets of Shibuya and Roppongi, many started to spend time at home or their friends' homes.
People began decorating their rooms with Halloween-themed decorations, eating Halloween exclusive pumpkin dishes, and enjoying the festivities of Halloween with their family and friends. The new trend involved avoiding crowds and spending leisurely time at home.
Today, we would like to introduce some room decorations and kitchen accessories to liven up your Halloween party in Japan.