In the fall of 2022, various events will be held in the Studio Park under the theme of “Japanese Halloween”. As the first step, from September 10th, a new production has been added to our already renowned “most terrifying Haunted House in history”, for an even more scary event to be released upon our guests: Mr. Hirofumi Gomi, a famous Haunted House Producer, has finally completed the renovated Haunted House in the Studio Park with a new mission: to cover the eyes of a cursed doll by using a piece of cloth soaked in holy water. For sure this new mission by someone already descripted as the scariest version ever will have its victims among all our customers.
The 3 scariest features
A nightmarish tag! Produced by Mr. Gomi Hirofumi, a Haunted House Producer
Comment by Mr. Hirofumi Gomi:
The Toei Kyoto Studio Park’s Haunted House is one of my favorites. You will surely want to try it again and again. I'm always fascinated by the decorations and performances created by the Toei film's art staff and actors. This time, I decided to focus on old Japanese dolls as a production motif and concept that would convey its traditional charm to many people. Please take some time to come and visit us. If you do, you'll surely be captivated by my creation’s atmosphere, which will make you want to enter over and over again, just like I did.
A mission-achieving horror game in which guests are given missions following the main story
Mission: "Remove the cloth from the haunted doll and cover with it the eyes of the cursed doll.” By assigning a mission based on the story, the element of immersive experience for customers is added to the conventional exhibition type, and the sense of fear is further heightened. I really pray that no accidents will befall you, and that you will be able to return home safely.
Decorations proper of a movie industry focused on realism, such as corpses modeled from actual people faces, together with realistic performances led by professional actors
In 1999, the interiors were created by the art team of the Toei Studios in Kyoto, which is mostly centered on period dramas, including realistic corpse moldings actually created from people's faces. Since its opening in 2008, this attraction has gained a reputation as a full-fledged Haunted House for adults to enjoy and from there it has gained more and more popularity to become from a temporary summer show, to a permanent attraction.