An event focusing on the little ones, there will be spooky parades that are more adorable than terrifying, with cute-costumes galore. Held “by mothers for mothers”, it’s organized by a local family-led committee and is all about parades and trick-or-treating.
Wednesday, October 26: Parade from 16:00 at Kichijoji Heiwa Dori — remember to practice the dance!
Weekdays, Saturday, and Sunday: Trick-or-treat around certain shops in Kichijoji.
This year, you will need to purchase a participation certificate to enter. There are limited spaces, and tickets can be bought on PassMarket (to be released).
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