雰囲気になっております。新宿では、10月31日に受付にて”Trick or treat!”と言って頂いた生徒様に、ささやかながら
As we get close to the beginning of October, many people start thinking about Halloween.
In the years I’ve been in Japan, it seems that more and more people are dressing up in
costumes and celebrating. There are parties and events including big ones in Tokyo Disneyland
and Shibuya. There are now many homes in my neighbourhood that are decorated with ghosts and
witches, and even some children are trick-or-treating.
In North America, Halloween has been a big deal for many, many years – especially for children.When I was a child, almost every home had a jack-o-lantern outside and sometimes people put up
a few decorations. However, recently the decorations are becoming more and more realistic and detailed.
In America recently, a man was worried that his neighbour, Joseph Lovergine, was in danger.
The man called the police saying there was “suspicious person lying in the driveway with bloody
handprints on the garage”. The police arrived, but everyone turned out to be OK. It was just a
part of Mr. Lovergine’s Halloween display. Here is a photo of the display. What do you think?