10 Best Bars in Tokyo with a View

Bars, Lounges, and Restaurants in Tokyo with a great view

Tokyo City view

One thing that you don’t want to miss when visiting Tokyo is its beautiful city views.

Being the world’s largest city, you can imagine that there are many places where you can enjoy these views.

Here, I’m not only going to introduce to you great places to enjoy the city views. I’m going to introduce to you the best bars in Tokyo where you can hang out and contemplate the beautiful night view of the city while enjoying your favorite beverage.

Here are the 10 best bars in Tokyo with a view.

1. Rooftop Bar (Andaz Tokyo)

Rooftop Bar (Andaz Tokyo) restaurant view
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Rooftop Bar (ルーフトップバー) is located on the 52nd floor of the hotel Andaz Tokyo, in Shimbashi.

While you can enjoy the amazing view of the rainbow bridge and Odaiba, try out the original Cocktails using high-quality ingredients and fruits of the season created by the bar’s mixologist.

You can also enjoy a great variety of wine, Japanese Sake, and champagne.

2. R restaurant & bar (The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon)

R restaurant & bar view
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R restaurant & bar (R レストラン&バー) is a classy restaurant/bar located on the 13th floor of the Gate Hotel Kaminarimon.

From this restaurant/bar, you can see the Tokyo Skytree as well as the view of old-town Asakusa.

The restaurant is open from 6:30 am when you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, all the way to midnight when you can have a glass of wine with that special someone. The bar closes at midnight, but if you’re a guest at the hotel, you can enjoy both the drinks and the views anytime you want.

3. Tokyo Oriental Lounge (Mandarin Oriental Tokyo)

Tokyo Oriental Lounge view
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Located on the 38th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo hotel, Tokyo Oriental Lounge (オリエンタルラウンジ) offers a spectacular view of central Tokyo.

This lounge is the nucleus of the hotel, making possible for people to meet up for a meal, a coffee, or to have drinks as they can contemplate the view.

The atmosphere of the lounge is always maintained in a warm mood where people can relax.

4. The Peak Bar (Park Hyatt Tokyo)

The Peak Bar view
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The Peak Bar (ピークバー) is an elegant bar located on the 41st floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel.

Being just about 12 minutes walking from Shinjuku station, you can enjoy the spectacular view of the Shinjuku night view as you have a taste of one of the many original cocktails the bar offers.

The bar is open from 5 pm which means if you come early, you will be able to see how the sun sets and the colors of the city slowly change as it gets darker.

At nighttime, over 50 Japanese paper lanterns create a magical setting reminiscent of a bamboo garden.

5. Tower’s Bar [BELLOVISTO] (Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel)

Tower's Bar [BELLOVISTO] view
On the 40th floor of the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel in Shibuya, you will find the Tower’s Bar [BELLOVISTO] (タワーズバー「ベロビスト」) where you can see the lively night view of Shibuya followed by the elegant Shinjuku skyline view.

Being located just 5 minutes walking from Shibuya station, this could be a nice place to finish your day walking around and shopping in Shibuya while you enjoy some of the best Whisky or spirits the bar offers.

6. Bar&Lounge MAJESTIC Shiodome

majestic shiodome view
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Bar&Lounge MAJESTIC Shiodome (MAJESTIC 汐留) is a bar located on the upmost floor of the Shiodome City Center.

The view you can see from the 41st floor here is well described by the name of the bar, having Tokyo Tower right in front of you as you sit by the windows.

If you’re having dinner in Shimbashi but you still feel like having a few more drinks while enjoying a great view, then this is a good option for you.

The bar has counter seats, special couple seats, sofa seats, and even private rooms.

7. Bar Deva

Bar Deva (バー ディーヴァ) is a hidden gem among the other bars on this list. It is on the 7th floor of a building.

To get in, you need to ring the bell at the entrance of the building so that they can let you in. From there, you go to the 7th floor where you can enjoy great whiskey and cocktails while listening to smooth jazz music while looking out at the elegant Tokyo night view.

At first, it may seem like an exclusive bar for members. But that is not the case, so do not worry.

8. XEX Atago Green Hills

XEX Atago Green Hills view
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XEX Atago Green Hills (ゼックス愛宕グリーンヒルズ) is a restaurant area located on the 42nd floor of the Mori Tower.

Here, you will find an Italian restaurant (“Salvatore Cuomo Bros.”), a Japanese restaurant (“tempura & sushi An”), and a bar/lounge.

No matter which restaurant or bar you choose, you will have access to a stunning view of the Tokyo scenery.

You can also enjoy live music to create an even better mood while you enjoy the view.

9. roof top bar & terrace G (SHINJUKU GRANBELL HOTEL)

Rooftop Bar & Terrace G view
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roof top bar & terrace G is a restaurant/bar located on the 13th floor of the Granbell Hotel in the northern area of Shinjuku.

This spacious restaurant/bar has space for 62 seats on the terrace and 49 seats indoors.

The restaurant provides a relaxing atmosphere combining the city view with lots of fresh greenery.

Try out the great variety of dishes along with a photogenic cocktail while enjoying the Shinjuku skyline.


LOUNGE BAR Prive view

LOUNGE BAR PRIVÉ (ラウンジバー プリヴェ) is a bar located on the 6th floor of Palace Hotel Tokyo, right next to the imperial palace gardens.

The fascinating thing about the view from this lounge bar is that you can enjoy it in different ways depending on the time. During the daytime, you can see the imperial palace gardens while at nighttime you can enjoy the Tokyo city view.

The lounge also has a terrace where you can feel the breeze as you enjoy the view alongside a cocktail or champagne.

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Born and raised in Costa Rica, I started living in Tokyo from college. I love traveling within Japan & around the world. Since I wasn’t born in Japan, I know the cultural impact that you can get when visiting Japan for the first time and what you might be worried about before your trip. And I’ve lived long enough to somewhat understand the nuances of the Japanese culture that make this country such an attractive place to visit. Hopefully I can provide to you both the information you’re looking for and the information you didn’t know you needed to know.