7 Romantic Places in Tokyo: Perfect Dating Spots

In this article, we have compiled a list of 7 spots in Tokyo where you can enjoy a romantic atmosphere for a special time with your couple or partner. From one of Tokyo’s best night view spots to a planetarium and a park perfect for a date, check out these places for a great date in Tokyo!

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Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー)

Tokyo Skytree is a huge commercial facility where visitors can enjoy shopping, dining, and an aquarium as well as the Skytree observation deck.

The view from the Skytree TEMBO DECK is a must-see. The best time to visit is at dusk, when the area gradually darkens and a romantic atmosphere can be enjoyed. After visiting the TEMBO DECK, you can also take a walk in the sky along the TEMBO Kairo.

Konica Minolta Planetarium TENKU (コニカミノルタプラネタリウム 天空)

Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku is a planetarium located in Skytree Town. The planetarium also offers luxurious sofa seats perfect for couples to enjoy the most relaxing time. The planetarium is a new type of planetarium where you can enjoy a healing moment with its light and sound effects and there are even aroma healing programs. This is a great place to go on a date, as you can enjoy the stars in the sky no matter what time of day or night it is. Another attraction of the Skytree planetarium is the wide variety of movies shown. Feel free to choose the one you want to see and have an enjoyable time.

Odaiba Marine Park (お台場海浜公園)

Daytime view

The Odaiba area is a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo, but is also popular among couples for its open seaside atmosphere and romantic ambience. Odaiba Kaihin Koen (Odaiba Marine Park), a famous Tokyo date spot in the Odaiba area, is a must-visit spot when visiting Tokyo.

You can relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the waterfront. The daytime view is lovely, but the atmosphere at sunset is especially perfect for couples. The park’s orange-colored scenery is even more beautiful. At night, the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower are illuminated, providing one of the best night views in Tokyo.

Commercial facilities are located in the immediate vicinity of the park, making it a great place to visit while dining or shopping!


This is one of the most popular places to visit when sightseeing in Tokyo. You can enjoy drawing omikuji (fortune), eating some sweets like dango (dumplings) and shopping for souvenirs on Nakamise-dori Street. A rickshaw ride is also recommended for couples! Especially at night, the area is lit up with lights, making it even more beautiful. Enjoy the romantic atmosphere while feeling the Japanese tradition.

Planetarium BAR (プラネタリウムBAR)

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Planetarium BAR, located a 4-minute walk from Shirokanedai Station, is the world’s first spot that combines a bar and a planetarium. In addition to the night view from Shirokanedai, 5 million stars are projected on the ceiling, allowing you to enjoy a drink with the stars in a romantic space, perfect for creating unforgettable special memories. Please enjoy the fantastic space with your loved one on your anniversary or date. Inside of the bar is quite dark, so please watch your step when walking and also be careful when drinking not to spill.

Inokashira Park (井の頭恩賜公園)

Inokashira Park, also known as the “Lover’s Mecca,” is located near Kichijoji and Mitaka Stations. Surrounded by a lot of greenery, you can take a stroll and enjoy nature, ride a boat, and have a fun and relaxing time. There is also a zoo on the premises, which is recommended. The park is also ideal for picnics, and can be easily visited by parents and children, lovers, friends, and any other people.

Shibuya Sky (渋谷スカイ)

Shibuya Scramble Square, a new landmark tower directly connected to and directly above Shibuya Station, opened in 2019. The 47-story tower contains shopping spots, restaurants, community spaces, offices, and more. The most notable of these is the “Shibuya Sky” observation deck on the roof of the building. At 230 meters above ground, the highest point in Shibuya, and one of the largest rooftop observation spaces in Japan at approximately 2,500 square meters, this observation spot offers a panoramic view of Tokyo’s famous landmarks, including Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, and Mt. Fuji and so on!

Shibuya Sky is divided into three zones: “SKY GATE,” an ascending space from the 14th to 45th floors; “SKY GALLERY,” an indoor observation corridor on the 46th floor; and “SKY STAGE,” a rooftop observation space further up from the 46th floor.

Sky Stage, the rooftop observation space on the top floor, is a liberating space with artificial grass. With only a single glass wall to block the view, you can enjoy the city center view with your whole body.

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