Halloween is Coming!!!!

Get your costumes! Get your face masks! Get your googly eyes! Just get ready to join the fun at Toyosu Bunka Center! We will have games, dancing and snacks all for your enjoyment!

Here is a tentative schedule of events:


First half of the party will be heaps of games.

Then snack: Frankenstein Cookies, Finger Punch and more!

Then Halloween Dance  

Costume Parade: Play Thriller and have the kids do a little dance and show their costume.  Then do a little welcome in a scary voice.  


Halloween Mummy – Children break into teams and the first team to wrap someone in toilet paper wins 

 Pass the Pumpkin – Children can compete in teams to pass the pumpkin without touching it with their hands 

 Halloween Candy Toss -Children try and toss their candy in the pumpkin bucket. Whoever throws in the most will get all the candy. 

Build a Monster -Kind of like pin the tail on the donkey. Children will be blindfolded. They will have to spin around 3 times and then place the body part on the body.

This party will be a great way to try American culture without leaving Koto-ku! We are limited in space. Please contact us via email for reservations.

October 17, 2010

Toyosu Community Center

Take train to Toyosu Eki.

Take Exit 7.

Follow the directions toward Toyosu Koen/ Gas Museum.

It will be on your right!

Fee:1,000 JPY


About Michaela Chatman

Michaela Chatman is the founder of Camp Roadless Summer Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camp based in the Tokyo area. She has taught in Chicago, New York City, Hiroshima, and Tokyo. She has worked with children from ages 5-16. She is a dedicated fan and supporter of the arts. She performs locally in Tokyo with Kaguratei, a blues band. She is an active member in TELL:Exceptional Parents Group, Japan Affiliate of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum (JASCD), Tokyo Investment Group, and Pink Cow Connections Networking Group. For fun she organizes The Tokyo Lovers Pizza Meetup Group.
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