Best Beer Gardens in Tokyo 2024

Pour Another One: Ultimate Guide to Tokyo's Beer Gardens

Best Beer Gardens in Tokyo 2023

Beer gardens are a delightful thing if you love Summer, beer, and outdoor food. This is the same no matter where you are around the world. In Japan, this is no exception and you will find a lot of beer gardens opening during Summertime.

In this article, I will introduce to you our picks for the best beer gardens in Tokyo for the year 2024. From large, accessible-for-the-masses types of beer gardens to more exclusive and fancy types. Hopefully, you will find one that will suit your preferences.


1. The Oak Door Terrace (Grand Hyatt Tokyo)

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The first Beer garden on our list is The Oak Door Terrace located on the sixth floor of the Grand Hyatt Tokyo. This beer garden is exclusively open during the months of June to August, and they offer a great variety of foods in an American BBQ style, mainly Tex-Mex cuisine.

The main plate offers an assortment of various types of meat accompanied by different kinds of side dishes such as seafood, salad and nachos. When it comes to drinks, you can find a wide variety including beer, wine and soft drinks.

The reservations are divided into four-time slots (18:00/18:30/20:30/20:45), and the seat is reserved for 90 mins.

Location: The Oak Door Terrace (Grand Hyatt Tokyo)
Dates: June 1 to September 30, 2024

2. Forest Beer Garden

forest beer garden
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The next beer garden on this list is the Forest Beer Garden located in Meiji Jingu Gaien. This is a long-running beer garden that has been in business since 1984. This large beer garden has a capacity of 1,000 people and it provides an atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re dining in the woods.

The business hours differ depending on the season, but usually from 16:30 to 22:00 (or 22:30) on weekdays, and from 12:00 to 22:00 (or 22:30) on weekends.

Location: Meiji Jingu Gaien Nikoniko Park
Dates: April 16 to September 23, 2024

3. Shinjuku BBQ Beer Garden Hello

Shinjuku BBQ Beer Garden Hello
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Shinjuku BBQ Beer Garden Hello is a beer garden located on the rooftop of Shinjuku LUMINE, the largest of three Lumine shopping malls near Shinjuku Station. This place offers American, Mexican, and Korean-style BBQ meals as well as a wide variety of drinks such as beers from around the world and over 160 types of cocktails. There are different types of plans, so you can choose the one that suits your taste.

The venue is open from April to October from 16:00 to 22:30 (from 12:00 on weekends), and during the busiest season between July and August, it’s open from 12:00 to 22:30 (from 11:00 to 23:00 on weekends).

Location: Lumine Shinjuku LUMINE 1
Dates: April 6 to October 31, 2024

4. Hilton Tokyo Beer Garden

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The Hilton Tokyo Beer Garden is another attractive, rooftop beer garden that offers a nice open-air atmosphere as well as a nice view while you can enjoy the exquisite BBQ.

This year’s beer garden, inspired by Spain’s paradise Ibiza Island, offers a 90-mins all-you-can-drink including five types of draft beer, and cocktails made with Spanish wine and craft gin as well as 8 types of pintoxs and tapas. Enjoy the Spanish resort style beer garden with the cool breeze and the dazzling night view of Shinjuku.

The place will be open during this period from 17:00 to 22:00.

Location: Hilton Tokyo
Dates: May 9 to September 30, 2024

5. Pullman Tokyo Tamachi Beer Garden (TBA)

Pullman Tokyo Tamachi Beer Garden
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The Pullman Tokyo Tamachi Beer Garden is located in the restaurant “Kasa” in Pullman Tokyo. The food that they offer in this place has a Mediterranean style which provides a luxurious, resort feel to your evening.

This beer garden is open from 12:00 to 21:30 and it is really convenient when it comes to access since it is directly connected to Tamachi station. Another attractive point about this place is that you can even come along with your dog when using the terrace seats.

Location: Pullman Tokyo Tamachi
Dates: TBA

6. Beer Terrace SEKIREI

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If you’re looking for an even more exclusive feel, then Beer Terrace SEKIREI will provide just that to you. This beer garden is located in the Meiji Kinenkan and it is open only on weekdays during the period.

They offer a wide variety of courses: you can just make reservations for the seat or you can make reservations for full courses. Business hours are from 17:00 to 22:00. The price range can go anywhere from 4,000 yen to 13,000 yen/person.

Location: Meiji Kinenkan
Dates: May 8 to September 27, 2024

7. Oktoberfest

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And lastly, on our list, we have the world-famous Oktoberfest. We can not talk about beer gardens without mentioning Oktoberfest. In the case of Japan, it is held in various places during Spring and Summer.

Oktoberfest will offer a wide variety of beers as well as traditional foods for these kinds of occasions such as sausages,  pickles, mashed potatoes, and Sauerkraut. They will also have plenty of live shows and cheerful music.

In the case of Hibiya Park, this will be open from 11:00 to 22:00. And in the case of Shiba Park, business hours are 16:00~22:00 for weekdays and 11:00~22:00 for weekends and holidays.

Location 1: Hibiya Park
Dates: TBA

Location 2: Shiba Park
Dates: September 13 to 23, 2024


I hope you enjoyed this article! Of course, there are many more beer gardens opening all across Tokyo and out of Tokyo as well. One thing is for sure, though. If you happen to be near one when you visit Tokyo (and you are over the permitted drinking age), then you should definitely check it out!

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