3. Midtown (Roppongi)
Midtown is a good place to take a date, with a nice shopping mall, seasonal lighting displays and relaxing open spaces where you can enjoy the environment and quietness. Plus, you can find some of the best Japanese art galleries around Midtown, including 21_21 Design Sight and the Suntory Museum of Art. Get ready for a romantic and artistic date!
Ebisu equals elegance and you'll feel the atmosphere of high class once you arrive at the station. Many cafés and boutiques line the streets, each with their own characteristics. Among the high-end restaurants around Yebisu Garden Place, the most famous one is Joël Robuchon, boasting three Michelin stars! If you want a special and memorable date, Ebisu is definitely for you.
Kagurazaka is a historic street that's very popular among the locals, with authentic old Japanese tea shops and cosmetic stores as well as Western cafés and imported grocery stores. While it isn't as fancy as the other areas mentioned, it showcases a very typical Tokyoite weekend date, one where you can wander about and enjoy a normal and peaceful happiness. And with a large percentage of Tokyo's French restaurants, you're sure to find a fantastic place for a romantic dinner for two. Sometimes sharing a simple moment of happiness with your loved one can create the best memories in your life, don't you agree?