Jun 15
~
Oct 15

Takao Beer Mount

1:00pm – 9:00pm

Takao Beer Mount is definitely the highest beer garden in Tokyo at 500m on the side of a mountain. With “terrace,” “garden,” and “hall” seats, you can enjoy the views at Mt Takao day or night.

The many different beers, highballs, wines, cocktails, etc are part of an all-you-can-drink service. But the event isn’t just for drinks (or adults). The all-you-can-eat buffet includes all kinds of Japanese, Western, and Chinese dishes, too.

This year there is also an option to add a grill-at-your-table BBQ option for ¥2,000 per person (meat included)

Ticket pricing breaks down like this:

  • Adults (high school student and up): ¥4,200
  • Seniors (65+): ¥3,900
  • Middle school student:¥2,700
  • Elementary school student: ¥1,700
  • Small children: ¥500

You get a 2-hour period to enjoy the food and drink. You can stay longer but at an extra charge of ¥500 per person for every 30 minutes on weekdays and ¥1,000 on weekends.

Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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