Last time, we showed you how crazy and sexy Halloween 2016 in Japan was with 13 pictures. And since you seem to have liked it, we decided to make another Halloween article. There are far more crazy, interesting, and sexy photos that were taken during Halloween 2016 in Japan, and these are just 18 of them. Check them out!
They say vegetables are good for the body. So why not be one?
These guys are donned in costumes from the TV show SMAP×SMAP. Sadly, Japanese boy band SMAP decided that they will be breaking up by the end of 2016.
It’s either these two princesses died waiting for their prince charmings to come, or they just haven’t slept and showered for days.
With matching panther face paint, these panther ladies are posing for the camera.
Not feeling well? Have these sexy nurses check your vitals!
It took five men to make #SUSHIbuya happen. Egg and tuna sushi (寿司), anyone?
Just a bunch of otaku doing their thing. (Yes, apparently even on Halloween nights.)
What is better than dressing up as zombies on Halloween? Dressing up as chiang-shih (キョンシー in Japanese) or Chinese zombies!
If you’ve been in Japan, you are probably familiar with those tiny little figures that sit on the edge of your drinking cups. They’re called Cup no Fuchiko (コップのフチ子) and these girls were brilliant enough to actually think about going as such for Halloween.
Famous Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori (錦織圭) went as, well, a tennis player. Standing in front of a UNIQLO (his sponsor) store and wearing, yet again, UNIQLO clothes. It’s not much of a Halloween costume if you dress up as yourself, Kei. Perhaps he’s training for an upcoming competition?
A couple who are dressed as characters from the manga and film Thermae Romae (テルマエ ロマエ)? The guy even has a shower cap on and some rubber duckies in his basin.
Even Harley Quinn (ハーレイ クイン) from the film Suicide Squad made it to Japan’s Halloween as the movie was also a hit in the country when it was released. Where are your Puddin’s, Harleys?
Wearing the common uniform of Japanese kindergartens, these ladies are posing in the middle of the street. Make sure to reach the other side of the road safely, girls!
This group of friends decided to go as Japanese band SEKAI NO OWARI with costumes from their “Dragon Night” music video.
Did a Lure Party happen near this Pokémon GO Pokéstop? I guess we’ll never know.
Watch what you eat! Don’t eat too much fries or you’ll turn into these McDonald’s monsters with fries growing out of their faces.
Anyone in need of tickets? Here’s a FamiPort machine courtesy of FamilyMart especially made available for Halloween.
And to finish off the list, here are two Japanese girls dressed up as sexy army officers. With those wounds and injuries, they must have fought hard for the country.
Seeing more of these Halloween 2016 in Japan photos, are you now convinced that Halloween could be just one of the best times to visit Japan? Don’t miss out on your chance to experience something crazy like this in the following years. We hope to see you on Halloween 2017!