Valentine’s Day is getting closer! Have you already prepared what to give your loved ones to make the day a memorable one? Why not try sending them to Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills for an intimate one-night-only dinner or a spa experience for two. Surely, they’ll have the best Valentine’s Day of their life.
Andaz Tokyo is located at the center of Tokyo which tries to welcome guests in an inspiring manner. Besides having a great accommodation, it is also boasting in spectacular cuisine perfect for Valentine’s Day. One particular place to try is its Pastry Shop overlooking Shintora Street. This shop will be offering their Valentine’s Sweets Collection through February 14 from 8 am to 8 pm. It will showcase a fine selection of pastries made by Masaki Okazaki, the chef. There will be lots of chocolate macarons made with fruity ingredients from Vietnam. A single-origin chocolate macaron costs 1,200 yen for a set of three.
Another treat are the chocolate cigars that have been made from cacao beautifully presented in a wooden box. The cacao is said to have come from the country of Trinidad and Tobago. A single-origin chocolate cigar costs 2,000 yen each.
Andaz tavern is the perfect spot for a romantic dinner. It is a high-class restaurant that serves European cuisine that is made with seasonal Japanese ingredients. The tavern is located on the 51st floor surrounded by the dazzling lights of the city. Toast each other while savoring the restaurant’s signature dishes. On February 14, it will be offering a Valentine’s Day Romantic Dinner from 6 pm. to 10 pm at a cost of 24,000 yen for two.
If you want to have private time for two, AO Spa & Club on the 37th floor will give you a relaxing individual pampering body treatment. It has been designed for a couple to receive the treatment in a total of 60 to 90 minutes. It comes with complimentary chocolates and champagne. It can be a bit expensive for a 60-minute body treatment, costing 30,000 yen (for two people) while a 90-minute body treatment costs 50,000 yen (for two people).
If you haven’t decided yet what to buy, what to do and where to take your loved ones on Valentine’s Day in Japan, then maybe you can use one of these recommendations for that unforgettable romantic night!