Enjoy a taste of summer at Hilton Tokyo!
This year at the Hilton Tokyo a summer festival beer garden on the 7th floor rooftop terrace of the hotel will be underway from Friday 15th June to 16th September!
You too can experience the embodiment of summer this season with a small fee of 2,980 yen per person (including 90 minutes all-you-can-drink), or for guests seeking an extraordinary yet relaxed space in the city, a unique tatami VIP seat for an extra ¥ 1,000. The garden will be open from 17:00 to 22:30 on weekdays and 16:30 to 22:30 on Saturday, Sunday and national holidays.
The theme of this year’s beer garden is Edo style! When you step into a roof top terrace on the 7th floor, you are greeted by a food court embodying the style of the Japanese Edo period complete with Japanese umbrellas and Edo-style houses. Suited for yukatas, it feels like a festive atmosphere in a lively Edo town. With 220 general seats and 25 VIP seats for guests can enjoy a beer while relaxing on a bamboo enclosed tatami corner, there’s something for everyone.
The Roof top terrace overlooks Shinjuku Central Park, with no high-rise buildings hindering the view. You can enjoy your fill from the drink menu in your own urban oasis: draft beer, red and white wine, high ball, various cocktails, soft drinks, Japanese tea cocktails and more!
Cuisine includes a variety of meat dishes (from 1,000 yen and upwards) such as beef, chicken, pork and lamb, “hot lamb curry” (800 yen), cold cut meats with raw ham and smoked duck (1,500 yen), healthy Japanese dishes such as chilled oden and fried tofu (from 500 yen), as well as 550g Tomahawk Steak (8,000 yen). On weekends, there are plans for DJ performances, to bring to you a beer garden you won’t forget.
There is a party plan you can use from 4 people with a 90-minute all-you-can-drink and party food set menu as well as plans for girl’s night out parties and office parties after a long day at work.
Beer garden in the sky 2018
Venue: Hilton Tokyo 7th Roof Top Terrace
When: Friday 15th June to 16th September *Closed during rainy weather and strong wind
Time: 90-minute reservation
Monday to Friday 5:00 pm to 10:30 pm (food LO 10: 00 pm)
Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays 4: 30 pm – 10: 30 pm (food LO 10: 00 pm) last entry 9:00 pm
1 person \ 2,980 yen <Admission fee + 90 minutes all-you-can-drink>
【Tatami VIP seat】
1 person 3,980 yen < Admission fee + 90 minutes all-you-can-drink >
※ Extension fee for both seats is 30 minutes 1,000 yen per person
【Party plan / Minimum 4 people】
General seats 6,000 yen per person | Tatami VIP seats 7,000 yen per person
< Admission fee + 90 minutes all-you-can-drink, Party food (Cold cut, Edamame, Mixed nuts, French fries, Assorted meat dishes, Sausages, Baked rice balls, Cake)>
For more information be sure to check out the Hilton Tokyo official website.
※ All display fees are subject to a separate consumption tax.
※ All drinks and dishes will be self-service.
※ Customers under the age of 15 not permitted.
About The Hilton Tokyo
Hilton Tokyo, part of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, one of the hotel branches that continues to expand worldwide, opened in Nagatacho on June 20, 1963. Opened in the year before the Tokyo Olympic Games, Hilton was the first foreign-owned hotel in Japan. On 1st September, 1984, the hotel moved to its current Shinjuku central location, close to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Metropolitan Office, next to Shinjuku Central Park. It is a first class hotel boasting a high level of service and embodies the “Hilton Standard”. Rooms from the 8th floor to the 38th floor are guest rooms, and all 821 guest rooms including the suite incorporate Japanese touches to the global feel. All rooms are equipped with wireless Internet access. The Hilton features 6 restaurants & bars including the “Marble Lounge”, bar & lounge “ZATTA”, British style bar “St. George Bar”, Japanese cuisine “Junisoh”, Chinese Cuisine “Dynasty” and the “Metropolitan Grill”. Other facilities include a large banquet hall that can accommodate up to 600 seated and 900 standing, 20 small and medium-sized banquet rooms, a total of 20 meeting rooms. A fitness center complete with indoor pool, gym, sauna, outdoor tennis court wedding chapel, and a car park.
With such an appetizing menu and with The Hilton Tokyo being in such a great central location, what is stopping you from putting on your yukata and opening up the summer season with a cool beer on the Hilton Tokyo Roof Terrace?