Fri, Oct
27

Shibuya Culture Crossing Masquerade Ball

9:00pm
¥6,000 (advance sales)

If you’re looking for a classy break from the maddening crowds of Halloween in Shibuya, then the Shibuya Culture Crossing Masquerade Ball may be for you.

The event begins from the fashionably late hour of 9pm, with DJs and singers including Maki Nomiya, Shuya Okino from Kyoto Jazz Massive and DJ Tomoyuki Tanaka AKA Fantastic Plastic Machine taking the stage from 9:30.

Party goers are required to be masked and to wear at least some black. If you’re too lazy to turn up to a masquerade ball with an actual mask, the organizers have them available for sale on the door.

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