Tokyo is the current capital of Japan. The city offers traditional as well as modern architecture to see. In addition, there are many parks with beautiful flowers for every season.
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- One of the tallest landmarks in Tokyo is the Tokyo Skytree — Photo by YEWKONG Photography
Top 5 Popular Photo Shoot Locations
1. Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree
Dramatic photo with the Tokyo Tower — Photo by 2 of us photography
- Tokyo Skytree is one of the tallest observations towers in the world — Photo by YEWKONG Photography
The two observation towers are popular among locals and tourists alike. Though Tokyo Skytree is close to double the height of Tokyo Tower, both are optimal romantic photo shoot locations for couples.
2. Shibuya Crossing
The busy crossing is fun to see at all times of the day — Photo by 2 of us photography
Can you guess how many people cross the Shibuya scramble daily? — Photo by An'z Photo
Well known to visitors to Japan, this crosswalk is an incredibly popular spot for pictures. The Shibuya Crossing is even rumored to be the busiest crosswalk in the world. Whether a bird's eye view or in the "scramble" itself, you can always expect a bustling, fun photo.
3. Yoyogi Park
Happy couple at the park — Photo by Layla Shibukawa Photography
Japan's parks have much to offer at any season — Photo by Green Tea Photography
One of Tokyo's largest parks, Yoyogi park is located close to the Meiji-jingu Shrine. Whether you're visiting for the sakura (cherry blossoms) or autumn leaves, every season has something to offer!
4. Shinjuku Gyoen
The Shinjuku Gyoen National park has many different gardens — Photo by ecoo
The park is also known to have different types of trees and flowers — Photo by YEWKONG Photography
Known for having an amazing garden, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Park is a romantic spot for photos. The park was completed in the early 1900s and offers different types of gardens from Japanese to European styles.
5. Meiji-jingu Shrine
Snowy shot at the famous Meiji Shrine — Photo by 37framesphotography
Romantic photo at the shrine — Photo by SUNBLOOM (KIKU)
This Shinto shrine is open to all visitors and is host to many celebrations and ceremonies year round. Located right next to Harajuku Station and Yoyogi Park, the Meiji-jingu Shrine has tranquil walkways for visitors to experience.