Late
May
~
Late
Sep
 2022

Forest Beer Garden

The Forest Beer Garden has announced a cancellation of operation in 2020 and again in 2021 as a result of the rescheduled Olympics, so at the earliest, it will return in 2022.

The summertime favorite Forest Beer Garden is back for another year of outdoor drinks and chills. Located in Meiji Shrine’s Outer Garden, you can enjoy a cold one, some grilled grub and nature all in the heart of the city

You can make online reservations only for the all-you-can-eat plan (2 hours). Prices are ¥4,300 for males and ¥4,000 for females (you can shave a few hundred yen off those prices by reserving an early slot, but only on weekdays). A-la-carte options are also available if you show up without a reservation.

Regular season hours: Weekdays 4:30 pm–10 pm | Sat, Sun, Holidays 12 pm–10 pm  (L.O. 9 pm)

High season (July 16th – Aug 31st)  hours: Weekdays 2:30 pm–10:30 pm | Sat, Sun, Holidays 12 pm–10:30 pm  (L.O. 9:30 pm)

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