Jul 1
~
Oct 15

Takao Beer Mount

3:00pm – 9:00pm

The Takao Beer Mount is definitely the highest beer garden in Tokyo (500 m). 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 adults. The all-you-can-eat buffet includes all kinds of Japanese, Western, and Chinese dishes.

Ticket pricing breaks down like this:

  • Adults (high school student and up) – Men: ¥3,800 | Women: ¥3,600
  • Middle school student:¥2,500
  • Elementary school student: ¥1,500
  • Small children: 500 yen

You get a 2-hour period to enjoy the food and drink. You can stay longer but at an extra charge of ¥300 per person for every 30 minutes.

Weekends and holidays: 13:00 – 21:00 (July 1st to October 15th)

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