The 2020 Urawa Misono Railway festival and Halloween fireworks have been cancelled for 2020 on account of the Coronavirus outbreak. 2019 information Halloween plus Fireworks: A 3-in-1 celebration: Halloween, Festival and Fireworks. This event is relatively new. It started six years ago. It is conducted on the main thoroughfare from
Halloween Shinrin Park – Shinrin Park (aka Musashi Kyuryo National Government Park) confirmed on September 7th that they are planning to host their annual Halloween night in the Forest, despite the coronavirus. I am so happy! Visiting here on Halloween is one of our favorite Halloween traditions as a family
The Kazo City Hall have confirmed that there will be no Kisai Halloween event in 2020 on account of the Coronavirus. The event was tentatively scheduled for October 4th, but was subsequently cancelled along with several other annual events in Kazo. Official notification of cancellation here (click). 2019 Information Kisai
The annual Halloween food event at Shikitei in Omiya is going ahead this year despite the Coronavirus. They are keeping the Alice in Wonderland theme from last year, but rather than the Alice Halloween buffet and Halloween dessert buffet of 2019, this year it is afternoon tea. (They will have
Omiya Halloween Festival What started out as a 100 participant parade in 2014 has grown exponentially with an estimated 1000 parade participants in 2016, and around 5000 spectators in 2017. By 2018 the event was the largest Halloween event in Saitama. (Awaiting information for 2020). 🎃Omiya Halloween Festival is now
Halloween Higashimatsuyama – Organised by a Non Profit Organisation, the Halloween walk in Higashimatsuyama is a free family event. It is a proper Trick or Treat event. Each year they have a number of events in conjunction with the walk, such as face painting and stage events. A couple of
The Saitama Museum of Rivers have been celebrating Halloween in recent years. This year they have a Halloween programme for the week leading up to Halloween, with the main events on Saturday October 26th and Sunday October 27th. For people who come to the Saitama Museum of Rivers in costume
Halloween Seibuen – Last year Seibuen changed how they celebrate Halloween, regrettably by reducing the number of events. However, the line up for this year, 2019, looks quite good. They haven’t brought back the popular “Halloween Night Party”, but they have planned lots of pure Halloween fun for the kids.