Updated: February 12, 2019
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Must-see Night View Restaurants in Minato, Tokyo

Whether you're looking for a nice place to have an intimate dinner or a place to bring colleagues. You must try these restaurants on this list. Not only do they offer a breath-taking view of Tokyo, but some of these restaurants also have Michelin stars. So you can actually have your cake and eat it too.

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Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai

This restaurant is a traditional style Kaiseki restaurant in Shibakoen. It is a walkable distance from Onarimon or Kamiyacho station. The restaurant is located right under the Tokyo tower, so not only do you get its view, but you can also see the beautiful traditional garden. If you are looking for a traditional Japanese experience with a breath-taking view and delicious Japanese cuisine, this is the place to go during your trip in Tokyo.It is a set menu with 8-9 courses and specializes in tofu dishes, and they are absolutely delightful dishes.
The lunch courses are 5,940 yen on weekdays (and 7,560 yen on weekends); the dinners courses are between 10,800 and 16,200 yen.

Brise Verte

This restaurant is located on the 33rd floor of the Prince Park Tower Hotel in central Tokyo, near the Tokyo Tower, so naturally the view is magnificent. It is a 2 minute walk from Akebanashi station, but since it is in the heart of Tokyo, there are many other stations to walk from.
It's a French restaurant with a great view so it's a great place to bring a date or someone you would like to impress. You should try the wagyu roast beef and the wine list is great.

Fish Bank Tokyo

This restaurant is on the 41st floor of the Shiodome city and is close to Shimbashi station. The view is breath-taking, no matter where you are seated in the restaurant, you have a view on the Tokyo Tower. There are two fixed menus: a seasonal one and their standard one.The Lobster Cappuccino, which is a savoury Lobster Bisque served in a cappuccino cup served with a lobster cream foam...unforgettable!

Hinokizaka

http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/japan/tokyo/dining/hinokizaka
This hotel in Akasaka is the only one to have earned a Michelin star. It serves traditional Japanese cuisine with a contemporary twist. You can either enjoy Kaiseki, Sushi, Tempura or Teppanyaki, all the while overlooking Tokyo's beautiful scenery. The Omakase (leaving it up to the chef) course was surprisingly flavorful and delightful.
http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/japan/tokyo/dining/hinokizaka

Sky View Lounge

Located on the 20th floor, a walkway connects the hotel to Takeshiba Station. You can have a drink here and some small snacks. Perfect place for a date thanks to its romantic setting, but can also be nice for a business meeting.

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