Top Beer Gardens in Tokyo – Great after-work hangout spots

The top beer gardens Tokyo are great places to sip on some chilled beer and have a chat with your buddies after a long day at the office. Read on to discover some of the best beer gardens in the capital.

First off is Lumine Beer Garden. This place offers you a stunning rooftop garden with swathes of delicacies and tropical juices. All that for a simple sum of 4050 Japanese Yen. The garden is also open during noontime. But that menu is not as rich as the dinnertime one. Try to make it there on a Friday evening and you will get to watch various cultural performances. The menu will introduce you to Japanese mojitos and grilled pork. Bayside Beer Garden is known for its Euro-Asian-American menu. Confused? But you won’t be anymore, after you get to savour the delicious cuisines along with the frosty beverages. You could sip a good glass of beer at home in of course, but it would never be a complete experience without proper side dishes; cast that worry aside, however, for that’s what beer gardens are for – good food and great beer! Although, if you are intent on hosting an evening in, and don’t have a residence in the city, consider staying at a serviced Tokyo apartment such as Roppongi Residences so that you have access to a fully equipped kitchenette.

Beer gardens are not unique to Japan. But the Japanese beer garden experience is unique. Aloha BBQ Beer Garden is such a place where you can enjoy the beer in a genuine Japanese atmosphere. Included on the menu are spicy pork, smoked beef and teriyaki chicken. Smoked beef is a famous delicacy among the Japanese. Tokyo Tower Highball Garden redefines the concept of outdoor drinking. That said, the garden offers you a long menu of highballs with appropriate snacks. There is one thing you should watch out for: weather. If the weather goes bad, it will spoil your outdoor drinking experience. Jingisukan Beer Terrace offers an expensive experience for a cheap rate. The cuisine is tasty, without doubt – that grilled lamb, in particular, among a host of other delicacies.

Shehera Fioni is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Catalina Forbes. Her content is based on many thrilling escapades offered to travellers across the world.

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