Classy AND classic!
Just goes to show there are vampires everywhere
The world is a scary place, Halloween or not. The trio look great.
Japan has lots of spirits. Perfect for Halloween. Great photo.I showed my Granddaughter in Japan Trick or Treating on today's post.But they are little ones and very cute.cheers, parsnip
Happy Halloween, Jenny.
Fun picture. I hope you also have a Happy Halloween.
Yes, a fun picture. Happy Halloween to you.
It looks like they were having a good time. Happy Halloween!
They look great, but not very scary - love the gents fangs.
Great pic Jenny. What fun to see Halloween interpreted in a different way.
So funny! Happy Halloween!! :)
No one came a-knocking on my door...so I ate all the lollies...still eating all the lollies! :)
I do think saying 'Happy Halloween' is a little weird. But great costumes! And isn't it fascinating that a tradition that dates back centuries, probably in Western Europe (certainly for the Christian element), has been re-packaged and exported so far and wide.
The whole area was silent here, no fireworks, nothing. I wonder if everyone is waiting to celebrate Halloween at the weekend.
Love the pic - what classy attire! Hope you enjoyed Halloween.Anna :o]
I had no idea that Halloween is celebrated in Japan. The costumes look much neater and more fancy than most of the American ones.
Halloween is on its way to become an international holiday!
I love this photo! So gladyou shared it!
Hello, Jenny! The costume of something scary which started in America seems to have combined with Japanese “cosplay” popular culture. No trick-or-treating as you know in Japan, as you might know. Hope you enjoyed Guy Hawkes Night as well as Halloween.Yoko
They don't seem to have much to do with Halloween, apart from the fangs and the horns. But I love the kimonos!
It surprises me how Halloween has become so popular for adults now. It used to be for kids for dress up and to "trick or treat". I like this photo from Japan, thanks for sharing it.
Haha! That's awesome. I didn't realize Halloween was all that big internationally (particularly since it was born from Samhain, an Irish holiday that came to the US)
I’m not a fan of halloween, but they look very fetching!
Hello,jenny.The photo is something fun. You captured them well. I can see you smiling to them,clicking the shutter!!Have a good day.
I like this! We had a wonderful Halloween too.