10 Best Tokyo Rooftop Bars And Restaurants

Head to the top rooftop bars and eateries Tokyo offers for cool drinks and stunning views.

As the weather gets warmer, Tokyoites head to the outdoors to enjoy many of the most exciting ways to spend time in the city. These include strolling through Tokyo’s gorgeous parks, admiring a Japanese landscape, spotting public artworks, and dining on top of these breathtaking rooftop bars and restaurants. It’s a beautiful moment to be outside ahead of the arrival of summer’s scorching heat. So, grab a drink, take in the stunning city skyline, and raise your glass to Tokyo’s breathtaking views.

Ce La Vi

While Tokyo’s Ce La Vi might not as popular as the Marina Bay Sands, it’s still a great luxury rooftop bar in Japan. Still, it does offer a great perspective of the famous Shibuya Scramble. The multi-talented bar spans two floors of the rooftop of Shibuya Fukuras, as well as the rooftop bar, restaurant, and club.

The 17th floor is where you’ll find the cafe and Bar Bao, owned by Ce La Vi, and the outdoor Ce La Vi Club Lounge, which features a DJ booth. If you go up a floor, there’s a Sky Deck and Restaurant and Sky Bar for a fancy dining experience with an amazing view. Both levels have outdoor seating and cozy lounges, making them the ideal place to relax during the warmer season.

Rooftop Bar located at Andaz Tokyo

With uninterrupted views that extend all the way to Tokyo Bay, the Andaz Tokyo rooftop bar is situated at the highest (52nd) level of Toranomon Hills and is a fantastic late-night spot. Teas and seasonal fruits form the base of the cocktails served here. Other drinks include domestic beer Nihonshu, champagne, and wine.

Rooftop bars and restaurants in Tokyo

Each spring, the bar on the roof is lined with real cherry blossoms for an unforgettable hanami-in-the-sky experience.

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

The gorgeous hotel has two restaurants sharing an outdoor patio, making them one of the most popular spots to visit Tokyo to enjoy a sunset. One of the restaurants is the Italian restaurant Pigneto which serves fine Italian food and a variety of Milanese Aperitivi. The other is a French-Japanse-style restaurant Est. The terrace has just been awarded its first star in Michelin Guide 2022. Be aware that the deck will be open only between April and October.

‘The Roof’ Bar In Shibuya Sky Tree

The Roof has become an instant hit after its debut on the top of the famous Shibuya Scramble Square. It provides a fantastic 360-degree view of the stunning skyline of Tokyo. If you get lucky with the weather, you can gaze at Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree, and the spectacular Mt. Fuji, all from one bar.

The observation deck is also home to the most stunning rooftop bar, which will be available until the 9th of January, 2023.

The Top of The Aoyama Grand Hotel

Rooftop bars and restaurants in Tokyo

You can enjoy your evening beneath a gorgeous dark sky from The Aoyama Grand Hotel. The stunning rooftop bar, dubbed The Top, has panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, including unobstructed views of the Tokyo Tower.

The menu is as enticing as the view itself. They offer authentic cocktails and mocktails with a fine range of liquor such as sake, wine, champagne, and much more to choose from. Italian-inspired snack and dessert menus are available to order. These include appetizers, cold cuts, and bruschetta. There’s tiramisu, gelato, and various fruit for dessert.

Both standing ones, sofa seating is accessible, and a ¥1,000 entry cost is required for guests. Be aware that the Roof will be closed in case of rain.

R Restaurant & Bar

It’s taken an incredibly long time to get the word out about the restaurant located on the 13th floor in the Asakusa’s The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon – perhaps because everyone who’s been there wanted to keep the place for them. The menu, which is bistro-style French food, including items such as Burgundy-style sauteed scallops or onion gratin soup – is very well-executed and offers incredible value for money.

However, it’s the view that the large crowds crowd up for, whether through the ceiling-to-ceiling windows or sitting out on the patio and enjoying one of the most stunning views of the eastern part of Tokyo offers, which is topped off by an uninterrupted panorama of Tokyo Skytree.

Hacienda del Cielo Modern Mexicano

There’s no better spot to indulge in an enjoyable meal of Mexican food than on the roof. The rooftop terrace of Hacienda Del Cielo’s ninth floor is ideal for a dinner of freshly-cooked Guacamole and spicy fajitas followed by hot chili-infused Cajun martinis. The interior is equally impressive with the lounge-style furniture, the high ceilings, and an opulent chandelier modeled after Kukulkan distinguish it from the rest.

Two rooms Grill & Bar

Views of the city, large open spaces, sparkling Cube-shaped furnishings… Omotesando’s Two Rooms Bar & Grill is a restaurant with everything. You can enjoy top-quality steaks, fresh teppan-grilled seafood, and a tasty bottle of plonk with cool breezes and cityscapes, or come back to enjoy the same during the famous Sunday brunches.

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

While they’re right under you, The host clubs and love hotels of Kabukicho appear to be a million miles distant from the Shinjuku Granbell’s 13th-floor bar. The bar at the hotel has been made even more comfortable due to the inclusion of exotic plants and other vegetation, and the views of Nishi Shinjuku’s glittering skyline are as breathtaking as ever. Even better, during the two hours between 5 and 7 in the evening, all the drinks are priced at just 500yen.


A comfortable bar and café situated on the top of a well-worn structure located next to Sangenjaya Station, A-Bridge charms with an anti-commercial vibe that is fitting for its location right next to the izakaya jumble and bars of a smaller size that makeup Sankaku, the local yokocho. Chitai. Enjoy the sunset in the evening and then stick there to enjoy a DJ set or the occasional indie show.