Highball Garden in Tokyo Tower

Fri Jun 29 - Sun Sep 2, 2012 Tokyo Tower

Time Out says

Offering an alternative to the ubiquitous summer beer gardens, Tokyo Tower will be serving up whisky highballs until the start of September. Head to the base of Tokyo Sky Tree's dowdy predecessor from 4-10pm each evening for a menu of highballs (from ¥450), including a 'Tokyo Tower Highball' flavoured with bitter orange and herbs, and fancier 'premium' varieties made with Suntory Yamazaki and Hakushu whiskies. The food menu includes bacon, sausages, cheese and ice cream from Chiba's Mother Farm. And before you ask - yeah, they sell beer too.


Open Until Sept 2

Time 4pm-10pm

Venue Tokyo Tower

Address 4-2-8 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Transport Kamiyacho station (Hibiya line), exit 1 or Onarimon station (Mita line), exit A1 or Akabanebashi station (Oedo line), Akabanebashi exit.


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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