Japan, with its majestic shrines, refined millennial culture and dramatic scenery, is no doubt one of the world’s best honeymoon destinations. From its dynamic capital to Kyoto’s awe-inspiring wonders, adventure and picture-perfect sights are in every corner on your Japan honeymoon escapade. Famous for its one-of-a-kind experiences, the country will reel you magically in with its therapeutic hot springs, mouthwatering cuisine, serene ceremonies and ancient temples.

Please also check out this Full Japan HONEYMOON travel package  which is recommended by thousands of newlyweds and includes pit stops to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.

Whether you’re seeking something spiritual, nature, adventure, romance or culture, the Land of the Rising Sun is bound to excite you.

So, spend a moment reading our Japan honeymoon travel guide, and allow us to share some of the best things to do in Japan for couples. Plus, our guide features informative Japan travel tips that will come in handy for your honeymoon trip.

 

Day 1: Tokyo

Your Japan honeymoon trip will likely begin in its vibrant capital, Tokyo. With its quirks, relentless energy and wonderfully weird attractions, Tokyo promises blow your mind.

Enjoy a romantic picnic at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Looking for cheap romantic things to do in Tokyo? Then, buy a bunch of food and unique treats at a Japanese convenience store, and enjoy a lazy and relaxing picnic date at the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. It’s an expansive park boasting traditional Japanese, English Landscape and French formal gardens.

Experience a private Japanese tea ceremony  and take a wedding pic. in a kimono 

Almost all honeymoon couples in Japan recommend doing the traditional tea once. And, there’s no better way to do it than by wearing beautiful Japanese style kimono and taking a honeymoon picture while wearing one.It’s therapeutic, meditative and will give you a taste of Japan’s culture.

Even better, Maikoya also offers a Japanese love-themed calligraphy experience after your tea ceremony if you’d like.

Appease your taste buds at Omoide Yokocho

A great way to wrap up the romantic first day of your Japan honeymoon is to indulge on a hearty dinner and a few drinks at Omoide Yokocho. Slip into one of its 60 small restaurants and bars for some tasty barbecued skewers (yakitori) and other savory drinks for your dinner date. Known in English as “memory lane”, this alley looks futuristic and may remind you of scenes from Blade Runner.

 

Day 2: Tokyo

Be mesmerized by the Mori Art Museum’s exhibits

Japan honeymoon

Mori Art Museum is truly one of the most fascinating attractions in Japan. In fact, even the least enthusiastic tourist will be amazed and intrigued by its magical digital artworks and displays. It’s a surreal yet romantic experience that should be on every Japan honeymoon itinerary. The displays here are all digital made by state-of-the-art technology.

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