The Death Eaters are coming to the Wizarding World at Universal Studios Japan


Universal Studios Japan just announced that for a limited time this fall, the Dark wizards—The Death Eaters, are coming to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter for a limited time Halloween event.

“Death Eater Attack” joins the line-up as a new piece of entertainment at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. When night falls, this peaceful, cheerful world of magic transforms experiencing moments of darkness. The Death Eaters appear in Hogsmeade wearing black hoods and masks. Guests can experience the thrill and terror of coming face-to-face with the magical might of The Death Eaters, discovering an unprecedented feeling.


During the day, Magical Trick or Treat newly joins the line-up. Guests can experience a new kind of trick-or-treating in which Hogsmeade villagers will be handing out sweets to kids and guests.

New foods that let you further savor the world of Harry Potter are coming this fall. From early September, 2016, “Hallowe’en Dessert Feast”, a selection of the desserts inspired by Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, makes a new appearance.

“Hallowe’en Dessert Feast” selection ranges from mountain-shaped chocolate ganache treats to carrot cake, allowing guests to get their fill of cake and candies.


The spectacular Great Feast, which has been a big hit since its arrival, will also feature in Hallowe’en style. This limited-time special menu serves up a juicy pork rib platter with seasonal dishes for the fall season, including a pumpkin au gratin. Enjoy the high-quality atmosphere that can only be experienced at Universal Studios Japan.

This limited time engagement runs from September 14, 2016 (Wed) to November 6, 2016 (Sun).

This announcement comes on the heels of NBCUniversal announcing that they now have inked an exclusive deal with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution for broadcast and cable network television rights in the United States to all of the films in J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World franchise.

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