Get on the Halloween Party Train! Yokohama’s Chinatown to Tokyo’s Shibuya

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Every Halloween for the past 30 years or so, the gaijin/aliens (foreigners) of Tokyo have had a tradition of getting roaring drunk in costume and then turning a couple of cars of the Yamanote commuter line into a “party train” much to the chagrin of sad-sack salarymen.

See right:
Please party on the train!
     (3Yen / 2008-11-01)

  
And, what’s the quickest way to ruin kinky fun? Legalize it

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On the Tokyu Line between Yokohama’s Chinatown and Tokyo’s Shibuya districts, Tokyu Corporation chartered their own official Halloween Party Train and ruined a lot of the clandestine fun, meh.
To learn more about the original, evil-alien, Halloween Party Train refer to:
   • Japan’s Halloween (3Yen / 2014-10-30) Not posted yet
   • wikia.com/wiki/Yamanote_Halloween_Train

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10 thoughts on “Get on the Halloween Party Train! Yokohama’s Chinatown to Tokyo’s Shibuya”


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  2. Gas Panic All Night wrote:
    Now that Japan says it’s AOK to dance …

    Thank you Kevin Bacon for all you have done.

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    Frozen’s Olaf spotted out and about on the Tokyo subway

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