Zombie Walks and Haloween parades are held around the world, but one noteworthy one is held at Kawasaki, becoming Japan's largest parade. About 2,200 people gathered south of Tokyo this Sunday, having more than 120,000 people watching the parade, which contained dance, costumes and various performances.
Participants were separated into 4 thematic groups:
- Zombies and horror
- Street culture and dance
- Drag Queens and Free Sexuality
This year's Kawasaki parade turned 22, starting with just 150 people in 1997.