Updated： August 21, 2019
5 Tokyo restos with totally awesome rooftop terraces
Looking for Tokyo restaurants with great views? Then this list is for you! These are some of the best spots to gaze at Tokyo's amazing cityscape while munching on delicious foods or sipping on a cocktail.
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A to Z cafe in Aoyama
This is a lovely unpretentious hipster cafe in Aoyama serving some delicious sweets and light meals. The spacious interior made in a plain yet artsy fashion is the perfect spot to take a breather from the bustling streets of central Tokyo. Even better is the terrace! From the 5th floor, you get a beautiful cityscape, whether you go during the day or in the evening.
A-bridge in Sangenjaya
This is another good vibe cafe with a terrace that is worth the detour. During the day you can go for coffee and sweets, or for a light meal, whereas in the evening the place transforms into a music bar with some live occasional live shows. A-bridge is located near Sangenjaya station.
Rooftop bar & terrace G in Shinjuku
This is a superb dining bar, stylish but not too posh, located on the 13th floor of a building with one of the best views in Shinjuku. They serve pizza, pasta and tapas mainly. You can have course meals from about ¥4,000. It's located near Higashi-Shinjuku station, just a little bit to the north of Shinjuku's famous Golden Gai alleys.
Two Rooms Grill in Omotesando
Two Rooms Grill near Omotesando station is definitely in contention for the best rooftop terrace in Tokyo! During lunch hours it's more of a restaurant whereas during the evening it's more of a dining bar lounge. The specialty is steak for food, and if you plan on drinking, they offer so many options, including Japanese sake and cocktails, sommelier-recommended wines, etc, that you're bound to find something you'll like. All-you-can-drink options are also available.
Hacienda del cielo in Daikanyama
This modern Mexican restaurant is the place to be on a hot summer evening in Daikanyama. The terrace is spectacular with a 9th-floor view of the city. On top of that, there are some sofa seats on the terrace which makes it extra comfortable. If you want a terrace seat, you'd better make a reservation, and note that you may be required to have a course (starting at around ¥3,000) for seat reservation. The food is great too!
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