Thousands of Japanese dress fans have assimilated army for a Kawasaki Halloween march – dressed as all from a Chanel purse to a Samsung Galaxy phone.
The annual philharmonic distinguished a 20th anniversary this year, and some-more than 130,000 people incited out to watch.
The march is a biggest in a Tokyo area, and organisers pronounced about 2,600 participants had dressed adult in their excellent fright-wear.
The Japan Times reports that a prizes for this year’s dress competition enclosed a holiday to Italy and 100,000 yen (£788; $958) in cash.
Three children’s parades were hold on 29 October, while adults got their marching orders today.
Several of those dressed adult sported formidable melodramatic facepaint, or prosthetics including horns or outrageous fangs.
One sinister member done a ideal zombie waiter, carrying a china platter of feign tellurian hands.
But a Japanese adore of kitsch came by to opposite a dim side, including a contingent of girls dressed as varicoloured donuts.