The Best Bars in Shinagawa, Tokyo
Suntory Whisky barrels | © Toukou Sousui 淙穂鶫箜/Flickr
Whether you’re looking for a Scottish whisky bar,
a modern cocktail bar or a Japanese fusion wine bar, this list has something for you. You’ll want to spend all night at one of these top bars in Shinagawa
THE MASH TUN
Bar, Japanese, $$$
Whisky lovers need to check out THE MASH TUN. This cozy, tastefully decorated bar near Meguro Station offers a wide variety of single-malt and premium whiskys. Named after the original Mash Tun whisky bar in Scotland.
Roman Cocktail Bar
Cocktail Bar, Bar, Japanese, $$$
Roman is a highly rated cocktail bar near Oimachi Station. It’s spacious for a bar, and a great place for classic cocktails if you’re in the area. Japanese
language ability recommended.
Top of Shinagawa North Bar
Bar, Restaurant, French, $$$
The Shinagawa Prince Hotel’s 39th floor North Bar offers panoramic views of the city including Rainbow Bridge, Roppongi Hills and the skyscrapers of Shinjuku. Their cocktail prices are very reasonable by Tokyo’s sky bar
standards, at about half of what you’d expect to pay. Private rooms are available.
Wine Bar, Restaurant, Japanese, $$$
HO-bar is a wine bar in Higashi-oi, near Oimachi Station. Their seasonal patio is great for summer nights and the friendly staff will make sure you feel welcome. They also do Italian-Japanese cuisine, and it goes well with the wine list.
Bar, Restaurant, Japanese, $$$
Genka Bar has a good reputation in the Gotanda neighborhood, a place known for late nights, salarymen and inexpensive drinks. Booze and food are cheap, but there’s a seating charge of 1600 yen.