From celebrating blossoming relationships to cherishing the old, Valentine’s Day is the most romantic time of year when couples express their love for one another. Even across cultures, Valentine’s Day is observed by many couples, and in Japan, two days mark the traditional chocolate gift-giving; Valentine’s Day on February 14th when women give chocolates, and White Day on March 14th when men give chocolates. The best way to truly enjoy these days full of love in Tokyo is to do as the locals do and take yourself and your significant other to date spots that are beloved by the Japanese.
Located 10 minutes away from the hotel and boasting of a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view from 229 metres above the city, SHIBUYA SKY is the tallest building in the Shibuya area. Alongside ‘Sky Edge’, a corner with unobstructed and breathtaking scenery of the cityscape below, the rooftop features hammocks relaxing as you stargaze and watch clouds, and an observation compass for spotting major landmarks, including Tokyo Tower, TOKYO SKY TREE®, and even Mount Fuji on a clear day. With a cafe and bar located on the 46th floor, take in the beauty of the glittering city with a drink in hand, and then afterwards go up to soak it in with the wind in your hair, giving you a romantic and magical experience.
The world’s first LED illumination inspired by gemstone colours can only be experienced in Yomiuriland, an amusement park in Tokyo that first opened in 1964. Increasing in scale and beauty every year, the Jewellumination is filled with glittering gemstone colours that makes it a magical experience for couples on dates strolling through the park. Ride the ferris wheel for iconic views of Tokyo’s night scenery, including Tokyo Skytree and Tokyo Tower, combined with the glittering illuminations it makes a breathtakingly romantic sight.
Known for its colourful and futuristic digital art installations, this immersive museum is a popular date spot with incredible photo opportunities. Due to the nature of the ‘borderless’ artworks that move from room to room and interact with one another, there’s endless possibilities to immerse yourself within the 10,000 square metre world. Fall in love over and over again as you explore each room and capture photos of beautiful memories of your beloved glowing with the colourful designs. Its most popular room, the forest of lamps, glows with limited colours that are limited to the season, and our hotel staff recommend it as a must-visit space.
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