Marunouchi is the commercial and financial district located in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. There are many entertaining places to chill and relax in Marunouchi: here’s our guide to the 10 best bars in Marunouchi.
Whiskey lovers will enjoy Bar Oak on the second floor of the Tokyo Station Hotel. Serving everything from malt whiskey to blended whiskey, and from all lands including Irish, Canadian, American and Japanese, you are bound to find your perfect beverage at Bar Oak. If you are craving something particularly special, watch out for the monthly collection – a hand-picked selection of brandy, rum, tequila and whiskey of the rarest kind and highest quality.
Located on the sixth floor of the Palace Hotel Tokyo, Privé offers spectacular views of Tokyo’s city lights, best enjoyed alongside one of their seasonally inspired cocktails. During Autumn, you can enjoy champagne and cocktails with the theme of Kyoho grapes (a seasonal ingredient of Japan), whereas during summer Privé presents colorful cocktails to refresh your mood.
If you want a place for both dinner and late night drinks, W.W World Wine Bar＆Bistro is a great choice. Along with over 600 kinds of wine from all around the world, W.W World Wine Bar & Bistro specializes in contemporary Australian cuisines including tapas, burgers and ribs.
Rigoletto Wine and Bar boasts a cellar of over 2000 bottles of globally-sourced red and white: it’s got a bottle for any occasion whether that’s a casual Friday night with friends or a particularly special occasion. Whatever you’re drinking, make sure you team it with some of Rigoletto’s delicious food. They’ve got beautifully presented small tapas-style plates for snacking, but if you’re after something more substantial, go for their ever-popular burger and fries.
MOTIF Restaurant & Bar provides you with three distinctly different bar areas: in the Social Salon, you can enjoy the 270 degree panoramic view of Tokyo city whereas the Living Room boasts a lovely fireplace, providing a warm and comfortable atmosphere just like home. Last but not the least, you can enjoy the freshness and liveliness in the Gastronomic Gallery as all fresh ingredients are served on a marble table.
TENQOO serves both authentic Japanese and French cuisines and features a number of signature cocktails. TENQOO is 120 meters high and is located in the Hotel Metropolitan next to Tokyo station, so you’re wining and dining in the center of everything.
Here at The Lobby Lounge on the 28th floor of Shangri-la Hotel, you will be able to overlook the vibrant Tokyo city at night while enjoying colorful cocktails or sparkling wines. The elegant lounge guarantees you a cozy yet up-scale atmosphere. With largely Malaysian cuisines, the Lobby Lounge is definitely a place to feel the Asian vibes.
Located in the Tokyo Station, Yebisu Bar is committed to reserving the traditional setting of Japanese izakaya. One of the typical characteristics of an izakaya is serving drinks with small Japanese dishes like teppanyaki and dumplings.
Inspired by New York’s legendary jazz bar, Cotton Club Tokyo is Japan’s homage to the electric blues atmosphere of the 1920s prohibition era. Here you can enjoy music and jazz shows performed by world class musicians and artists. On top of a buzzing celebrity scene and first rate shows, Cotton Club serves delicious fine-dining cuisines together with a fine selection of vodkas, beers and champagnes.