Upon entrance, guests were treated to a cemetery-side view with graves and cornerstones, and a wide spider web showing their age.
Like that was not creepy enough, one of the guests almost lost her breath when she found a plastic snake on her seat.
Once everyone had settled down after the ladyâ€™s bewilderment, there was another surprise of having to eat sushi and other Japanese foods using chopsticks.
In a bid to be polite to their hosts, the guests hustled with the chopsticks but later gave in and requested for forks.
Sanyu FMâ€™s Breakfast Show presenter James â€˜Fat Boyâ€™ Onen had an even harder time with the sweet rice, raw sushi rolls and mixed vegetables and put it down to a lack of exposure.
The highlights of the night were the artistically crafted spooky choice of outfits that the guests wore.
They ranged from the mummy, humped old men, Dracula, long black cassocks with creepy faces, to an excessively bleeding man with machetes and knives stuck in his neck and stomach.
Halloween at Kyoto Japanese