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Ruten Japan Offers Free Shipping for Halloween Shopping

TOKYO, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To welcome the arrival of Halloween, today (10/7) Ruten Japan launched the “Halloween Shopping Event”. Ruten Japan has the latest and hottest halloween products right here. All orders over USD $50 are eligible for free international shipping.

Ruten’s hottest Halloween goods includes Japanese style decorations, anime character costumes, and Halloween themed gift packages.
Ruten’s hottest Halloween goods includes Japanese style decorations, anime character costumes, and Halloween themed gift packages.

With over 60 million Japanese products, Ruten Japan currently provides online shopping services to 13 countries. Since Ruten Japan Global site launch, halloween goods have been one of the vastly searched items. Among them, consumers in Singapore, Canada, Vietnam, Hong Kong and other countries and regions are the most enthusiastic.

As the world adapts to the pandemic, Ruten has witnessed a dramatic shift from in-person to online shopping. Ruten’s hottest halloween goods includes Japanese style decorations, anime character costumes, and halloween themed gift packages. 

Ruten Japan offers free shipping for Halloween shopping.
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You’re worried about a pandemic, the election and a safe Halloween. Are you ready to start holiday shopping?

Generations of families have kicked off the holiday season in Chicago with a trip to Macy’s —formerly Marshall Field’s — store on State Street, peeking at animated window displays before visiting the 45-foot-tall, 3,000-pound decorated tree at the center of the Walnut Room restaurant.



a person standing in front of a store: Katherine Nguyen, left, owner of Building Blocks Toy Store, helps shopper Erica Ozbek find a gift for a toddler at the store on Aug. 31, 2020, in Chicago.


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Katherine Nguyen, left, owner of Building Blocks Toy Store, helps shopper Erica Ozbek find a gift for a toddler at the store on Aug. 31, 2020, in Chicago.

The coronavirus pandemic won’t stop a tradition that began 113 years ago: The Walnut Room, closed since March, opens Nov. 7. But where diners used to stand in a rope line to wait for a table, this year, they will need to plan ahead.

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Macy’s is requiring reservations and will start taking bookings on OpenTable this week. To limit crowds, only groups having a meal will be able to

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What’s hot this Halloween? Who’s shopping? And are there any devilish deals?

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WXYZ) — Ghouls and goblins may be socially distanced or even virtual this Halloween. But retailers are hoping that won’t keep you from spending.

COVID-19 to crush Halloween? Many say BOO to that!

“We’re not going to let this one miss out on Halloween,” said mother Talia Samona holding her toddler Blair. Talia is going to be Cruella de Vil and her children are going to dress up as the Dalmations!

“I may get candy for the kids, maybe,” said Dad Kenneth Daniels.

But some are planning to spend a little less.

Animan Manchanda said, “We’re not really sure how many people are going to come.”

Another woman who chose not to share her name told us, “I’m probably not planning on buying as much,” referring to bags of candy.

I dropped by the Spirit Halloween store in Southfield for a look.

Manager Kristopher Potts says they’ve been

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