This time of year, when my husband and I are looking for romance, we love to cuddle on a rooftop over a delicious meal. There’s something about dinner with a view that ‘s automatically romantic and when you add open air, you know you’re in for a fabulous night. During our 6 months in Tokyo, my husband and I visited our share of rooftop restaurants and there are definitely some amazing ones in the amazing metropolitan city.

Two Rooms

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With an amazing view of the Omotesando area, fabulous ambiance, and even better food, Two Rooms is n great pick for a romantic date night in Tokyo. The lamb chops are out of this world and they have the best martinis I have ever tasted. They are also known for an amazing weekend brunch.

 

Xex Daikanyama

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If you want a romantic, beachy vibe in the middle of Tokyo, Xex Daikanyama is the place to go. Dim lanterns light the terrace and the sounds of sultry jazz set the mood. It’s the perfect place to watch the sunset after a busy day.

 

Haciendo

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The views from Haciendo are second to none and the laid back feel is perfect for a romantic, but casual date night. My husband and I feasted on Mexican cuisine at Haciendo with friends for Cinco De Mayo and it was the perfect way to spend the holiday.

 

Bar Six

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Located in the Asakusa neighborhood, Bar Six is located atop the Amuse Museum and overlooks the beautiful Sensoji temple and the infamous Tokyo Skytree. The restaurant is famous for amazing pizzas.

 

Aoyama Laputa Garden

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If you’re looking to splurge and impressive your leading lady or gentleman, Aoyama Laputa Garden is the place to go. It’s perfect for a birthday or anniversary and has gorgeous views of the city skyline. The Italian-French fusion cuisine is not to be missed.