Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay that looks as if it was constructed specifically for dating. Odaiba's beach boardwalk is one of the city's only accessible waterfronts.
Yokohama's big new port is about an hour from Tokyo.
Therefore, where to go on a date, ususally called “date spot” in Japanese, become big fun issue for Japanese couples. What are the “popular date spots” in Tokyo Meet Market? I got some tips from my trustee friends and Japanese dating guides so I have summarized my learnings in the following Dos and Don’ts! Dos and Don’ts for the first Tokyo date: And what to expect from the date if it goes well?
“Nothing much, just expect him to entertain you” “Free dinner! ” “Probably better not to expect anything romantic.
Though more single people in the 20’s are living alone these days, some 70 percent of single Japanese aged between 18 and 39 still live with their parents.
They all have full-time jobs, (granted they aren’t making bank, but then again who is) but it’s just a more convenient/efficient way of of life for them.
Roppongi’s development continued with Roppongi Mid-town, which houses the Ritz-Carleton hotel & residences, along with a number of restaurants, offices, shops, public spaces, and –of course– a Starbucks.
Just a ways down the street towards Roppongi 1-Chome station is Ark Hills another similar complex.
You may already feel like you’re on top of the world but the best way to get an unobstructed view of the gorgeous city skyline is none other than from the tallest building in the city!
At 634m high, the Tokyo Skytree is in fact the second tallest building in the World (after Dubai). For those who love their alcohol, head to the Kurand Sake market where you get to taste 100 over different types of sake throughout Japan.
Tokyoites may work late and trains stop running relatively early.
It's practical to meet where you can both catch a train home.
But when it comes to dating, living with parents are not so convenient.