Couples Will Love These Romantic Spots in Japan
Tick them off your bucket list!
Most travelers visit Japan for the amazing culture and the delicious food, but the country also has its fair share of romantic spots where couples, according to legend, can seal their love for eternity. We list down some of these places below, so you and your partner can make plans for your next trip!
Palette Town Giant Sky Wheel
The Giant Sky Wheel in Palette Town, spanning 100 meters in diameter, is one of Odaiba’s most popular landmarks. For 16 minutes, you can enjoy an unparalleled view of the surrounding city as you make your way to the top. We recommend that you ride the attraction during sunset for a more romantic vibe.
Palette Town Giant Sky Wheel is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and until 11 p.m. on days before public holidays. You can get there through a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on Rinkai Line or direct access from “Aomi station” on Yurikamome. Ticket Prices: adult (12 y/o and older) ¥1,000/person, children (4 to 11y/o) ¥500/person, and group ticket (over 20 persons) ¥550/person. You can visit the website for more details.
Angel Road (Kagawa Prefecture)
The Angel Road is a sandbar that connects two different islands in the Kagawa area. It is a famous romantic spot and only appears twice a day. Legend has it that if couples hold hands while crossing the Angel Road, their love will be sealed forever and their wish will come true. This belief is one of the reasons why many young Japanese couples visit the spot each year.
You can get to Angel Road by taking a ferry from Takamatsu, Himeji, Shin-Okayama harbor to Shodoshima Island. Visit their website for more details.
Asaridake Summit Nisa’s Bell (Hokkaido)
Nisa’s Bell is located at the summit of Asaridake. Couples ring the bell together as a symbol of their everlasting love.
From this same spot, you can take in the view of the Ishikari Bay, Shakotan Peninsula, and Niseko Mountain Range. There is also a lift that you can use to climb up the mountain.
At the foot of the mountain, there is a place called Kiroro Resort, which conveniently has a chapel used for wedding ceremonies. It most definitely is the perfect place to seal the deal with your partner.
Asaridake Summit Nisa’s Bell is located at 128-1 Aza-Tokiwa, Akaigawa-mura, Yoichi-gun, Hokkaido. You can visit their website for more details.
Provided by Karaksa Media Partner (31 January 2019)