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Tokyo Tower and Other Romantic Places To See!

Karina IkedoKarina Ikedo
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January 25, 2024
A man carrying a woman on his back at night, on their way to Tokyo Tower.

From charming cherry blossoms that frame the city streets to the mesmerizing Tokyo Tower. Tokyo is a haven for lovebirds seeking unforgettable memories. Read on to discover which places you can visit with your loved ones. They are sure to make you breathless!

Tokyo Tower

Apart from enjoying the city’s pop culture, the Tokyo Tower is one of the most popular reasons for visiting Tokyo. What list of romantic spots in Tokyo can go without a place that completely changes your view of the world?

Tokyo Tower at night.
Tokyo Tower is one of the most enchanting landmarks in the city! Image via Shutterstock

If you’re looking for romantic spots in the capital, Tokyo Tower is perfect! It has become a city symbol and carries an air of romance like the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Standing at 333 meters, it offers stunning views of the dazzling city lights and the night sky.

It also tends to be less crowded than another of Tokyo’s favorites, Sky Tree, which creates a more intimate mood. Enjoy the spectacular cityscape with your better half, and the observation decks are perfect for a memorable photo opportunity. At the bottom of the tower are shops and restaurants for you to dine in. There’s even a fine jazz lounge at the top; could you think of anything more romantic?

Jiyugaoka

In Tokyo’s southwest, just 10 minutes from Shibuya Station, you’ll find the sophisticated area of Jiyugaoka. But despite its upmarket reputation, the atmosphere is quite laid-back, with none of the overwhelming glitz of central Tokyo. Jiyugaoka is known for its European vibe and picturesque streets, and it’s perfect for a lovely and romantic afternoon stroll. 

One of the main points travelers flock to is La Vita, a perfect spot to bring your loved one. It’s a cute little square with Italian-inspired buildings and a manmade miniature river. 

A European style canal in Jiyugaoka.
Jiyugaoka is considered the “Little Venice” of Tokyo. Image via Shutterstock

Jiyugaoka is trendy, with stores carrying the latest fashions and sophisticated sweets for sharing with your better half! Visiting the Jiyugaoka neighborhood is a must-do in Tokyo for those who want to relax in style. This area has everything from knick-knacks and camera goods to vegan takes on traditional Japanese cuisine.

You can enjoy its long-treasured abundant nature or visit the various sweets stores. Visiting the Jiyugaoka neighborhood is a must-do in Tokyo for those who want to relax in style.

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Shinjuku Golden Gai

Golden Gai, full of petite bars and vintage charm, is one of Tokyo’s most iconic nightlife districts. Nestled in the heart of Shinjuku, this compact area offers a glimpse into Tokyo’s past with its narrow alleyways. With over 200 tiny bars, each with its distinctive personality and design. Golden Gai promises an unforgettable experience for you and your partner.

Shinjuku Golden Gai at night.
Golden Gai is home to many quaint snack bars! Image via Shutterstock

Each establishment seats anywhere from five to thirty people. Interconnecting alleyways are sometimes so narrow that only one person can fit through. So you are sure to have some close time with your loved one. Whether you’re a fan of live music or seeking Tokyo Japanese lifestyle experiences, Golden Gai has a spot for you. Its diverse range of bars and friendly atmosphere make it an ideal destination for those seeking an unforgettable night out.

Omotesando

Often referred to as Tokyo’s Champs-Élysées, this tree-lined avenue is perfect for couples who enjoy luxury shopping and trendy cafes. The area’s architecture, including the Omotesando Hills complex, is also impressive. Running from Aoyama Dori to Meiji Jingu Shrine, this iconic tree-lined shopping district will satisfy every fashionista. Up and down the boulevard, you’ll find rows of deluxe designer stores. 

Omotesando during the day.
Omotesando has amazing boutiques to shop at! Image via Shutterstock

Omotesando hosts some of Tokyo’s best architecture, brunch spots, and free art galleries. But Omotesando isn’t just about shopping, architecture, and food. It’s also a premier Tokyo date spot where many couples come to walk around and have a pleasant time. Perfect for a romantic outing with that special someone in a chic and trendy environment.

The quiet and often overlooked back streets are the best part of this neighborhood. Be sure to also stroll along the super famous Cat Street and Takeshita-Dori. There are so many intimate eateries and exciting architecture that you will feel like visiting a never-ending outdoor museum. 

Why should I visit romantic places like Tokyo Tower?

Okay, so Tokyo doesn’t seem like the most romantic city, but believe us, there’s romance hidden underneath all the neon lights and skyscrapers. Tokyo Tower and other spots around Tokyo are places of beauty where the scenery and the atmosphere bring you fully into the moment. Wherever you go in Tokyo, you can find charming romantic spots that create the perfect mood for declarations of love. 

A couple looking at Tokyo Tower from a skyscraper.
What romantic places in Tokyo have you been to? Image via Shutterstock

Japan’s stunning landscapes and rich culture create the perfect place to celebrate love. Get carried away by the romantic mood and create memories for a lifetime! Of course, Tokyo has many more romantic hangouts, but we couldn’t cover them all.  So let us know about your perfect date spots in the comments below!

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