DressUP FOR DISNEY HALLOWEEN
            From September 9 to October 31, 2019
            Guests of all ages are invited to dress up as a Disney character on any day during the Disney Halloween event.
            Read the guidelines below for a fun and safe experience at both Parks this Halloween!

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“Disney Halloween” 2019 Guidelines

For a list of acceptable films, TV shows, and games, click here.

  • 日本語
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  • 1: Dress up like a Disney Character!
  • 2: Avoid dangerous items and heavy make-up
  • 3: Overly revealing costumes and full-body tights are prohibited
  • 4: Remember your manners
  • Rule 1: Dress up like a Disney Character!
  • Rule 2: Avoid dangerous items and heavy make-up
  • Rule 3: Overly revealing costumes and full-body tights are prohibited
  • Rule 4: Remember your manners

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				Dress up like a Disney Character
                Get into the Halloween spirit by dressing up with simple Disney character touches or going all the way with full Disney character costumes on any day during the event period.

Characters you can dress up as:

  1. Any Disney character appearing in animated or live‐action Disney films, TV shows or games.

    For a list of acceptable films, TV shows, and games, click here.

  2. Any Disney character appearing at Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea (including characters appearing in attractions).

  3. Any dancer or other performer in a parade, show or other entertainment program at Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea (including past entertainment).

Unless you are a child age 11 or younger, please refrain from dressing up as a Tokyo Disney Resort Cast Member.

Even if you are dressed as a character as defined above, you will not be allowed to enter the Park if your costume is overly revealing or has a long train. For more details,
please see 3 below.

Keep up the Character’s image!

Please dress in a manner that suits the image and appeal of the Disney character.

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                Avoid dangerous items and heavy make-up 
                Costume props such as poles or other dangerous items are not allowed in the Parks. Masks, body‐paint, costume make‐up and anything that disguises your facial features should also be avoided.

Items that make it difficult to see your face or disguise your facial features such as masks, body‐painting, costume make‐up, special effect stickers (artificial blood, scars etc.), and fake facial hair are not permitted.

Examples of costume make-up NOT allowed in the Park

Body‐paint and costume make‐up that disguise your facial features.
Special effect stickers and “horror” make‐up such as scars, bloodstains, etc.

Fake beards or mustaches.

Masks, including full‐face rubber masks and fake noses.

Costume props and dangerous items that cannot be brought into the Park

■Long poles, canes or wands
For the safety of those around you, poles, canes or wands that do not fit in hand baggage (bag size: 60 cm x 50 cm x 25 cm) may not be brought into the Park. Make sure your items do not exceed these dimensions.

■Helmets, sports equipment, or musical instruments
For the safety of those around you, these items cannot be brought into the Park. Musical instruments can be noisy and may disturb other Guests in the Park.

■Dangerous items (knives, model guns, fireworks, etc.)
Even if they are fake, knives, objects with blades, model guns, and other such items may disturb other Guests. Also, please avoid putting pointed or sharp objects on yourself or your costume to keep from injuring yourself or others.

■In-line roller skates, kick boards, skate boards
Please walk while you are in the Park and avoid running or wearing shoes with built‐in rollers.

  • Costume props may not be used when viewing entertainment, experiencing attractions, shopping or dining.
  • For safety in the Park, you may be asked to put costume props in your hand baggage or refrain from using them in the Park. Prohibited items, even if they are fake or can fit in your hand baggage, are not allowed in the Park.
  • For a list of prohibited items, click here.

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               Overly revealing costumes and full-body tights are prohibited
                Please dress up in costumes that are wholesome and not overly revealing.

Be aware that you may be refused entry to the Park if your costume is overly revealing.

Remember that many families with children are in the Park. So if your costume is strapless, has a bare midriff, or is otherwise overly revealing, please wear undergarments or some type of covering.

Full-body tights are not allowed as a costume.

Please refrain from wearing swimsuits, obvious underwear, or full-body tights as your costume. You may be refused entry to the Park if you wear these kinds of costumes, including wearing full-body tights with underpants that look like Mickey Mouse’s pants.

Long dresses with a train or other long decorative parts are not allowed.

There is danger of tripping over the train by both the person wearing the costume and other Guests. Also, you will not be allowed to enter the Park if your costume is too wide to pass through the Park entrance gates. If you have very long hair, please make sure that it doesn’t drag on the ground.

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                Remember your manners
                Everyone can enjoy “Disney Halloween” if everyone remembers their manners. Follow these guidelines so you can call attention to your costume in a positive, happy way.

  1. You may have to wait for an extended time to use the Costume Changing Space or the baggage storage. We suggest coming to the Park after putting on make-up and your costume at home or at your hotel.

  2. Please refrain from putting on make-up and changing into your costume at public facilities, at restrooms or multi-function restrooms inside or outside the Parks, or at the storage locker areas.

  3. If you visit as a group, please refrain from moving around or occupying a location in a manner that inconveniences or impedes the passage of other Guests.

  4. Please be aware of your surroundings when taking photos or videos and ask for permission to take pictures of other Guests.


    Despite following the above rules for costume, make-up, and costume items, you may not be allowed to bring in certain items or you may be refused entry to the Park if there is a possibility that:
    ●Your costume may cause harm to other Guests.
    ●Your costume may make other Guests feel anxious or upset.
    ●You may otherwise trouble or inconvenience other Guests.
    ●You may impede the operations of Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, and other related facilities.

To safely enjoy dressing up in Halloween costumes during the special event period at Tokyo Disney Resort facilities outside of the Parks as well, we ask for your understanding and cooperation with these rules. Please be aware that in the interest of safety, over‐sized costumes or costumes with large decorative parts may not be allowed into certain facilities, including Chef Mickey in Disney Ambassador Hotel. Also, please refrain from occupying or taking photographs for an extended time in the public areas of the Disney hotels.
For more details (in Japanese only) click here.

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