Updated: August 21, 2017
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Tokyo's Highest Beer Garden: Mt Takao's "Beer Mount"

Finally, the perfect mix of exercise and alcohol. Just stone's throw to the west of Tokyo is a beautiful hiking and day trip destination, Mt. Takao. Located about halfway up Mt Takao is Beer Mount, a summer beer garden that sits amongst the clouds and temples. Hike up and reward yourself with some ice-cold brews!

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Tokyo's Highest Beer Garden

Beer Mount is located atop Mt Takao, about an hours train ride from Shinjuku station, and is a great half day to full day excursion from Tokyo. Mount Beer garden sits at 500 metres above sea level, making it Tokyo's highest beer garden!
To get to Beer Mount, you can either hike or take the cable car up. The cable car is fun but beer tastes better after you've been breaking a sweat up the mountain.

I recommend to take the cable car back down at the end of your escapades - hiking down hills drunk is never fun (or recommended!)!
If you decide to hike up, make sure to go all the way to observatory at the top of the mountain (past the beer garden, as tempting as it is). There is a wonderful view of the surrounding area; and you can even see Mt Fuji on a good day!
There are a few different seating areas, including terrace seats with amazing views, garden seats with forest scenery, and indoor hall seating- giving that beer garden feel.
Drink amongst the trees!
Experience a Japanese-style beer garden, complete with red and white lanterns.

All-you-can-drink!

It's an all-you-can-drink fare here with draft beers, highballs, wines, cocktails, and more.

Great food!

With a selection of over 30 dishes, you have the choice between Japanese, Western, and Chinese food. One to try is the “Hachioji ramen” made with hand-made noodles and topped with fresh Hachioji vegetables.

Killer sunsets and night views!

This alone should make you want to come here :)
Come here for amazing instagram sunset shots!
Perfect for take that special someone out for a romantic night out!

Here's some more deets

Beer mount is an all-you-can-drink-and-eat affair so make sure to come on an empty stomach. For males it will cost 3500 yen, and 3300 for females. Make sure to check the following link for full details about opening times, events, and booking for groups.

August
21 Monday - 27 Sunday Premium beer festival

September
7 (Thursday) Heineken day
13 Wednesday - 15 Friday Mochi pounding
15 Friday - 10/1 Sunday Craft beer festival
15 Friday - 10/15 Sunday Pot All-you-can-eat

October 9/15 Friday - 10/1 Sunday Craft beer festival
9/15 - 15 Sunday, Friday Pot All-you-can-eat
Jonathan
I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!

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