Thanks to a marketing opportunity for the Hunters movie, I flew to Japan in October 2015 to meet with director John Moore, producer Peter Veverka, and brand manager Chris Smith.
In addition to our meetings at Nissan, we had the opportunity to experience/celebrate Halloween in Japan. We weren't sure what to expect — we honestly didn't know if people would dress up or not — but it turns out the Japanese go all-out for the holiday.
In order to see as many costumes as possible, we ventured down to Shibuya Crossing (the busiest intersection in the world) where we fell in love with the organized chaos. I realize that's an oxymoron, but it's a fitting description of what we saw: thousands of revelers swarmed the area, but everyone was so well-behaved.
(P.S. I wanted to get an outfit to join in on the revelry. I tried on a kimono but ultimately decided not to buy it. Thankfully, Chris Smith captured the moment before I returned it to the hangar.)
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