Cleaning Shibuya After Halloween 2014
2014 seems to have marked a sort of tipping point, where Japan finally celebrated Halloween in large enough numbers to make it more than just a niche event. Shibuya bore the brunt of the mess.
Whole Baby Pumpkin Gratin
To up the scare factor, carve a face into the side to make jack-o'-lantern brain stew!
Terrifyingly Tasty Halloween Ramen
Black broth. Black noodles. Black sheets of nori. Black garlic oil. Black everything—it's a bowl of midnight ramen.
Better Know Your Pumpkin Types!
Renewed interest in heirloom vegetables means a few of the classic types are making a resurgence, with seeds available for growing at home even in Japan.
Halal-safe Halloween Snacks
Muslims may not be able to celebrate Halloween, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy the limited-edition Halloween snacks available at Japanese convenience stores in October.
Ghost + Pumpkin Nails = Halloween Spirit!
When it comes to the big event of autum, it must be Halloween.
The Weekender's 2015 Halloween Round-up
With everything from parades, festivals, family fun and costume contests, to bike rides and a plethora of spooky, sexy and thumping parties, there’s something for everyone.
Wicked Monster Fruits
Have you ever been scared of grapes, kiwis, strawberries and oranges? You will be!
These 5 Horror Bento Will Eat Your Appetite!
Could you imagine opening your bento and seeing these creations staring back at you?
Perfect for breakfast on Halloween morning, this pancake skull-and-crossbones will make your onion eyes pop out!
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's Crazy Party Night
Pumpkins, costumes and the usual Kyary Pamyu Pamyu weirdness abound. But we still can't explain one thing: Why this Halloween track was released in August!
3 Great Pumpkin Snacks With a Japanese Twist!
Sharpen your sweet teeth: here are three healthy, nutritious and easy-to-make Halloween sweets with plenty of pumpkin!
Nightmare Before Christmas Face Packs
A costume that's good for your skin? Well, not quite.
How to Create Halloween in Elementary School
With a little (okay, a lot of) preparation, an enthusiastic teacher can make Halloween real in a way no explanation could ever hope to match.