Where to buy Halloween costumes and decorations in Tokyo

Poste date: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Halloween 2019 is coming up very soon. Have you decided your costume for this year?
In recent years, Halloween's popularity has clearly increased in Tokyo.

People in Tokyo spend a lot of time and money putting together their costumes every year. Streets in Tokyo and shopping malls put up spooky Halloween decorations during this season to heat up the Halloween atmosphere. Just strolling down the streets of Roppongi, Shibuya and Harajuku can be extremely entertaining as you will witness a crowd of people showing off their impressive costumes.

If you are wondering where to purchase Halloween costumes in Tokyo, here are some recommendations.

Don Quijote

You will find everything you need to celebrate Halloween including costumes, special makeup, fake eye lashes/ color lens, Halloween candies, and decorations. This is all available in one store. Open 24 hours for last minute preparation for Halloween!

  • Don Quijote Roppongi : 3-14-10 Roppongi Minato-ku Tokyo
  • Don Quijote Ginza : 8-10 Ginza Chuo-ku Tokyo
  • Don Quijote Shibuya : 2-25-8 Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Don Quijote Shinjuku Higahi-guchi Honten : 1-16-5 Kabukicho Shinjuku-ku Tokyo

Website: http://www.donki.com/en/store/shop_list

Tokyu Hands

Tokyu Hands will start selling their Halloween selections from the end of September. Definitely one of the most popular store every year to collect items for Halloween. Tokyu Hands has great variety of makeup kits to decorate your face and body.

  • Tokyu Hands Shibuya : 12-18 Utagawacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Tokyu Hands Shibuya : 12-18 Utagawacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Tokyu Hands Ginza : 2-2-14 Ginza Chuo-ku Tokyo
  • Tokyu Hands Shinjuku : 5-24-2 Sendagaya Shibuya-ku Tokyo

Website: http://www.tokyu-hands.co.jp/foreign.html


Loft is also a large size store full of exciting Halloween goods. Loft will also start selling their Halloween items from late September.

  • Shibuya Loft : 21-1 Utagawacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Ikebukuro Loft : 1-28-1 Minami Ikebukuro Toshima-ku Tokyo
  • Yurakucho Loft : 3-8-3 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku Tokyo

Website: http://www.loft.co.jp/shop_list_en/


Daiso, also known as the famous “100 yen shop” is known for their party goods. If you are planning a Halloween party, this is where you should check for decorations. You will be amazed by how reasonable the products are!

  • Daiso Harajuku Store : 1-19-24 Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Daiso Diver City Tokyo Plaza Store : Diver City Tokyo Plaza 6F 1-1-10 Aoumi Koto-ku Tokyo
  • Shibuya Center Gai Shop : 35-2 Utagawacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • More stores (Japanese Only): http://www.daiso-sangyo.co.jp/shop/index.php


The best store to find that one last piece to go with your costume. Accessories like earrings, head pieces, rings, hair accessories are available.

  • Claire's Shibuya Spain Zaka Shop : 16-13 Utagawacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo
  • Claire's Diver City Tokyo Shop : Diver City Tokyo Plaza 4F 1-1-10 Aoumi Koto-ku Tokyo
  • Claire's Ikebukuro Sunshine City Shop : Sunshine city B1F 3-1 Higashi Ikebukuro Toshima-ku Tokyo
  • Claire's Shinjuku SUBNADE Shop : SUBNADE 1-2-2 Kabukicho Shinjuku-ku Tokyo

Website: https://clairesn.co.jp/shop/ (Japanese Only)

Amazon Japan

Amazon has a great variety of costumes, masks, makeup, decoration, candies, and more!
Net shopping is always convenient when the products are sent to your home.


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