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Inagiku is not the most romantic restaurant you could find in the city. You’ll have to go elsewhere for sweeping views and flickering candles; however, if fine Japanese dining tugs at your heartstrings, this might still be a good place for a romantic meal. The kaiseki menus are quite elaborate affairs, fit for a long celebratory dinner washed down with a bottle of fine sake. The seven to 10-course meal will woo your taste buds with dazzling sashimi, refined tempura and lots more. Some might call that romantic, even if the lights are not turned down way low.