Shibuya Sky The Roof
Photo: Shibuya Sky

Shibuya Sky is opening its rooftop bar for limited time from April 28

Take in the views and have a drink at Shibuya’s highest rooftop bar this season

Kaila Imada
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Kaila Imada
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The Shibuya Sky observation deck has become one of the hottest attractions in Tokyo since it opened on the rooftop of Shibuya Scramble Square. The open-air observation deck boasts 360-degree views of the city from a jaw-dropping 230 metres above ground, and you can see all of Tokyo’s major landmarks including Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree and even Mt Fuji on a clear day. The observation deck also boasts a stunning rooftop bar that's gearing up to reopen just in time for Golden Week on Thursday April 28.

Shibuya Sky The Roof
Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

The rooftop bar and lounge, known simply as The Roof, will be open for a limited time from April 28 until January 9 2023. Guests can order snacks and drinks including beer, wine, cocktails and mocktails. The bar will be open from 4pm until 10pm every evening (from 5pm only in August), giving guests a chance to catch the sunset as well as Tokyo’s stunning skyline at night. To add to the atmosphere, renowned DJ and producer Taku Takahashi has also created a playlist of songs for the evening.

ザ・ルーフ 渋谷スカイ
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

It’s a good idea to purchase tickets in advance to secure one of the cosy couches overlooking the city. Guests will be limited to a 50-minute time slot for each couch reservation which can be purchased with a champagne or drink package (from ¥4,500 per person). Do note that a minimum of two guests must be present to secure a couch seat. In case of bad weather, The Roof will be closed.

ザ・ルーフ 渋谷スカイ
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

For more details and to book a reservation at The Roof, visit the website

This article was originally published on July 9 2020 and updated on April 15 2022. 

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