Check Out These 4 Reasonably Priced Bars in Tokyo With Amazing Views!

  • If you are looking for a fancy yet affordable place, whether it’s for a date, a calm night out with family, or if you and your bestie want to feel like VIP’s for the evening, these bars are the perfect places to check out. Complete with a calm, chic atmosphere and an amazing view, these bars are definitely worth a visit. As they are located in Tokyo, they are highly accessible via public transport, so you don’t need to worry if you get a bit carried away with the delicious drinks! Here are four places where you can drink and have fun for cheap!

    1. Classic Bar Oribe


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    Located in East Ginza, Classic Bar Oribe is an old-fashioned bar with a unique view, probably set apart from the rest of the bars on this list as well. Classic Bar Oribe is located right across the street from Kabukiza, which is the largest traditional Japanese kabuki theater in Tokyo. The lit up facade of Kabukiza is a symbol of Japanese kabuki culture and there are no other places that offer such a gorgeous view of it as Classic Bar Oribe!

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    2. The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon Restaurant & Bar

    Located two minutes away from the Asakusa station and the Kaminari-mon Gate, the Gate Hotel Kaminarimon Restaurant & Bar is on the 13th floor of the hotel. This restaurant & bar offers bistro-style French food as well as an assortment of drinks at their bar. Their wall also features floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing in the great view of the city of Asakusa, and most importantly, the Sky Tree!

    There are also terrace seats where you can enjoy the same view but with the breeze outside. If you are looking for an amazing, uninterrupted view of the Sky Tree and Eastern Tokyo, this is definitely the place for you.


    3. Sky Lounge Stellar Garden

    Located on the 33rd floor of the Prince Park Tower Tokyo, the Sky Lounge parallels the previous Gate Hotel Restaurant & Bar with an amazing view not of the Sky Tree, but of its older sibling, the Tokyo Tower. While the Sky Tree is significantly taller and perhaps flashier, the Tokyo Tower has been a symbol of Tokyo and Japan for 60 years.

    Not to directly compare the two, but if you are looking for a place that has a wider variety of drinks along with a view of a major symbol of Tokyo, Stellar Garden offers a greater selection of drinks than the Gate Hotel Restaurant & Bar. They have Tanqueray No. 10 Collaboration Cocktails, Bellini Collection Cocktails, Mojitos, Champagne Cocktails, Wines, and also a special drink called the Tokyo Tower which is a Stella Garden original!


    4. The Peak Bar

    The Peak Bar, named after its location on the 41st floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo in Shinjuku, offers a unique setting that blends modern and traditional Japanese elements. The bamboo garden and paper lanterns set a calm, chic atmosphere that you will never want to leave. The Peak Bar offers a wide selection of delicious drinks such as traditional cocktails, Japanese cocktails, sake, shochu (Japanese spirits), awamori, beer, wine, and various hard liquors.

    I highly recommend the Japanese cocktails because most of them are ones you can only enjoy at the Peak. The Japanese cocktail menu features four drinks; Jungle Smash, a mix of ginger shochu, kisvin Koshu sparkling, sudachi, and basil; Bamboo Adventure, a mix of “Santa Maria Gold” rum, watermelon and matcha; Purple Town, a mix of “Miyagiko” whiskey, frozen rum wine and soda water, and Rin, a mix of “Arugabranca clareza” white wine, “roku” craft gin and soda water.

    It’s kind of hard to imagine what these may taste like as they are so unique but I highly recommend taking the leap and trying these one-of-a-kind drinks!


    With the holiday season just around the corner and family and friends gathering back home, a calm, relaxing night out might be the perfect way to spend an evening catching up. These bars in Tokyo will offer amazing drinks, and a fantastic atmosphere and view. Be sure to check these places out if you’re looking for a place to grab a drink!

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