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Tokyo’s Best Sky Bars

There is really only one way to grasp the magnitude and energy of this city that never sleeps:

From above and with a cocktail in your hand...


Aman Tokyo | Otemachi

If there was only one place you should visit during your time in Tokyo, it should be the Aman. Not just a hotel, restaurant and lounge but rather an oasis and a sanctuary full of inspiration, the Aman shows how traditional Japanese design can be taken into the 21st century.

“The Lounge by Aman”, a must-see and must-visit café, bar, lounge, boutique and fumoir with almost unrivaled city views during any time of the day and some of the city’s best cocktails, fuses traditional Japanese flavors into modern cocktails at a price tag that will make even luxury travelers’ credit cards smoulder.

Seasonal cocktails ¥2,500 ~
Main courses ¥2,300~

Desserts ¥1,700~


︎33F The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

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︎ 11:00-22:00 (The Lounge)

Images courtesy of Aman Tokyo

Sky Lounge Stellar Garden | Shibakoen

No photo can capture the stunning view that overwhelms you when you enter Sky Lounge Stellar Garden on the 33rd floor of The Prince Park Tower Hotel Tokyo. Few skybars in Tokyo take you as close to Tokyo’s magical nightscape, and perhaps it’s Stellar Garden’s unique 180 degree window view - perched in front of Tokyo Tower -  that makes you feel like you are right in the middle of it all.

Be sure to take a seat at one of the window seats at sunset (having a reservation is handy here) and take in the breathtaking view as the sun sets over central Tokyo and slowly gives way to that nighttime sparkle we all love so much about the city. If you are lucky and arrive on a clear day (especially during the cold season) you might even catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji.

2h All-you-can-drink + two food dishes from¥4800 (women),¥5800 (men), reservation required


︎33rd Floor, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, 4-8-1 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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︎Weekday: 17:00-02:00; Day before a holiday: 15:00-2:00; National Holidays: 15:00-24:00
$$$$; Table charge per person after 17:00: ¥1,080

Images via The Prince Park Tower Hotel Tokyo

The Tavern - Grill & Lounge | Toranomon Hills

Perched atop Toranomon Hills tower inside the luxurious Andaz Tokyo Hotel, The Tavern - Grill & Lounge is an easy pick for our list of Tokyo’s Best Sky Bars. With stellar views over central Tokyo, a delicious menu of unique cocktails creations such as Yuzu Cosmopolitan or Umeshu Margarita, free weekend jazz entertainment and let’s be honest - an impressive interior  - The Tavern is both a beautiful restaurant as well as abar and cocktail lounge which is sure to make any night out in Tokyo unforgettable. 

Tip: Call ahead in advance to secure yourself a table by the window.

Cocktails:¥1,850~ (excl. service charge and tax)
Main courses¥2,000~ (excl. service charge and tax)


︎51st floor, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, 1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo  
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︎ Lounge Area: 10:30 - 23:30

Photos via Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

New York Bar & Grill | Shinjuku

A bar that is so iconic, it doesn’t really need any introduction, New York Bar & Grill on the 52nd floor of Park Hyatt Hotel in Shinjuku is a legend among the lively nighttime crowd of Tokyo and one whose reputation has certainly been immortalized by Sofia Coppola’s “Lost in Translation”.

When you visit New York Bar, be sure to go all-out and celebrate the extravagant way - with one of the baristas special cocktail creations, seated by a window-table and listening to some of the city’s finest Jazz  (extra cover charge).  

Cocktails from: ¥2,000 (excl. service charge and tax)
Jazz Cover Charge: ¥2,500 (excl. tax)


︎52nd floor, Park Hyatt Tokyo, 3-7-1-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo  
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︎ Sun- Wed: 17:00-midnight;Thur-Sat: 17:00-01:00
*A Jazz cover charge of ¥2,500 (exclusive of tax) per person is charched Monday through Saturday from 8:00 pm, and Sunday from 7:00 pm (staying guests are exempt).

Photos via Park Hyatt

Opus | Ginza

Located on top of the recently opened The Royal Park Canvas Hotel in Tokyo’s chic Ginza neighborhood, Opus boasts breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, featuring seasonal seafood and vegetables sourced from various regions of Japan. Stop by as early as 7:00am for a buffet of salads, fruits, yogurt and pastries, enjoy a sophisticated afternoon tea with such delightful desserts as Caramel Mousse Salt Meringue, or opt for the full dinner course with wine pairing to top off your nights over the roofs of Tokyo.

Breakfast ¥2,700
Weekday Lunch¥1,900-5,800
Dinner Main Courses ¥3,000-6,900
Cocktails from ¥1,000~


︎The Royal Park Canvas - Ginza 8 8-9-4-14F Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan
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︎ Mon-Sat: 11:30 - 23:00; Sunday: 11:30 - 21:00

Images courtesy of TRANSIT

TWO ROOMS | Aoyama

While TWO ROOMS might not be atop as tall of a skyscraper as some of the other locales in this list, the views over the low-built Omotesando neighborhood however, could not make for a more beautiful evening. Especially during summer nights this rooftop is one of Tokyo’s must-go-to spots for a relaxed dinner or a late-night drink atop the roofs of Tokyo and the inside bar boasts a solid menu of signature and classic cocktails, perfect for a glamorous night-out.

Cocktails ¥1,500~


︎5F AO Building 3-11-7 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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︎Lounge & Bar 11:30-02:00; Sunday until 22:00

Images via Two Rooms

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