Thursday, November 4, 2010

3000-Strong Japanese Halloween Parade in Kawasaki

Huge Halloween Parade in Kawasaki, Japan

The Kawasaki Halloween Parade is a huge event that has been going on for about 10 years now with 3000 participants. You can see all kind of Halloween costumes that mix East with West from Hollywood films and traditional western monsters to Japanese Anime characters and Yokai (Japanese monsters). There was also a troop of Stormtroopers. Some really great creative costumes to be seen here.

Women, wine, and song ... ah, but a pirate life be hard!

This is just kick ass!

Even the wee-est ones get into the Halloween spirit

A Chorus of Screams

Held hostage by a bevy of beauties, the bastard!

Pumpkin Ninja!

A Pirate Lass with Sass - she be one after me own black heart!

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Vagabond traveler currently hold up in Tokyo. I've done a far bit of traveling and had a few interesting adventures along the way. This blog is a chronicle of adventures past and present and those yet to come. I’ve been to about 30 countries though some no bigger than a kitchen table. I’ve run with the bulls of Pamplona, hiked the Inca Trail, got mugged in Mexico City, floated down the Nile in an old boat, climbed the Great Pyramid of Egypt, got ripped at Oktoberfest, and rode the notorious Tokyo Yamanote Halloween Party Train.