Love in Tokyo: Romantic Places in the City

Designated as a world city, Tokyo is the best place in Japan for couples. Here are a few places that we can suggest if you are looking to spend a romantic evening in Tokyo.

Love in Tokyo

Dine in Tokyo Tower

If you like a time out in the skies then dining in the Tokyo tower with your beau is the right thing to do. The Main Observatory Café is a perfect place to spend your evening together. Choose a spot that gives you a panoramic view of the city’s skyline.

A picnic at the Kokyo Park

The lush green Kokyo Gaien Park is the part of the Palace garden and has many entrances. You can choose the one closest to your place of stay and cozy up for a picnic. The quiet of the park is the ideal location for a romantic and spaced out time only for the two of you.

Movie in Roppongi

The Toho cinema located in Roppongi Hills is the best place for the two of you to catch a movie, and a romantic one at that. After the movie you could head to the Aoki Pastry, Tokyo’s best pastry place located in midtown.

Lunch at Robuchon Chateaux

Located at Ebisu’s Garden Place, this French style hotel is a replication of Paris in Tokyo. It is the best place in the East to get a taste of the west. The promenades surrounding the restaurant can continue your romantic evening with a quiet stroll.

Shop at Harajuku

The country’s top retailers have set shop at Harajuku and it is well known as a shoppers’ paradise. It houses a number of snack bars, Café Crepe being the best among them for authentic Japanese crepes. Going along towards north is the Togo Shrine which also houses a garden with a scenic pond.

Rikugien Gardens

Finish off your day at the Rikugien, one of the finest gardens of Tokyo. It is the best way to spend time with your partner. Time seems to stop here and offers you the right atmosphere to get into a romantic mood. There is a tea house by the pond side that you can visit. It offers genuine green tea with traditional Japanese sweets.

Ice Cream in Sensoji

Close to the ancient and famous Sensoji temple is a traditional market place where you can spend the evening strolling down the by-lanes. Visit the curios shops and stop by at the traditional creamery for a bowl of Japanese ice cream.


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