2018 Halloween Dessert Buffet in Tokyo!
The instagram-worthy Halloween desserts at Hilton Tokyo Odaiba 2018
I think it’s about time to start talking about Halloween! Do you have any special plan for it?? In recent years, there are a lot of Halloween events held across Japan as it’s becoming one of the biggest annual events in the country. So if you are lucky enough to be in Japan for Halloween season, this is one of the best events you should not miss! Today, I’d like to introduce the sweetest treat of Halloween in 2018!
A special Halloween themed dessert buffet “Halloween Monsters’ Day of the Dead Parade” (“ビビかわ”ハロウィンモンスター～死者の日のパレード～) will start at Hilton Tokyo Odaiba from 3rd September 2018. The venue will be themed with the famous Mexican festival: Day of the Dead, and colourful and vivid yet scary looking 35 types of desserts will be served.
Sugar Skull chocolate cake, avocado monster cake,eyeball shots.. there will be a huge variety of colourful and photo-worthy Halloween themed desserts that you won’t stop taking pictures 😉 Most of desserts are served in small pieces, so try as many kinds as you want! Moreover, there will be also savory items such as tacos and quesadillas.
Hilton Tokyo Odaiba offers complimentary drinks for those who attend the buffet with Halloween costumes, flowers and skulls, so make sure to put the right outfit on 🙂 The buffet is available till the end of October. Don’t miss a chance to create your original Halloween plate with little monsters this autumn!
Venue: Hilton Tokyo Odaiba 2F Seascape Terrace dining
Access: Direct access available from Odaiba Station (Yurikamome Line)
Date: 3rd September to 31st October 2018
1st round 15:00～16:30 (90 mins)
2nd round 16:45～17:30 (45 mins)
Weekdays:adult-3,500 yen/kids (6–11yo)-2,100 yen
Weekend&Holiday: adult-3,900 yen/kids (6–11yo)-2,340 yen
Weekdays:adult-2,400 yen/kids (6–11yo)-1,440 yen
Weekend&Holiday: adult-2,800 yen/kids (6–11yo)-1,680 yen
**tax and service fee excluded
How impressive these desserts look!? They are available only this time of year, so don’t miss a chance to taste cute/scary Halloween themed desserts 2018 autumn 😉 For more information about instagram-worthy food in Tokyo, these related articles are highly recommended to read, too!
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