People tend to check in during these times:
Order the L.I.T ("Lost in Translation") martini (sake, Sakura Liqueur, Peachtree). It's tasty and red.
Sip an L.I.T. and enjoy the incredible view.
Very special place in Tokyo. Good for sightseeing at night from 52 floor.
You'll definitely want a window seat here.
The bar from LOST IN TRANSLATION. Try the Creme Brulee Martini - it will make you believe in God.
Make it Suntory time!
Lost in Translation!!!
ask for the cigar menu (not handed to guests by default) - nice list of reasonably priced cuban & dominican cigars.
for relaxing times.
From 5 to 7 PM you can have a set with 2 drinks and a snack for 3200¥! All tables have a good view, but try to get lucky and get the ones close to the main window! Amazing view! Worth every penny!
If you are looking for a view, screw Mori tower, Tokyo Tower, or a private helicopter; Come here, order the Lost In Translation and be happy!
2200 Yen cover charge for non guests visiting bar.
A very beautiful View!!!
one of the best views...
What a view!!!!
Fantastic view! One of the best in Tokyo
"When are you leaving?"... "I'll be at the bar till the end of the week..."
Cover charges have finally been lifted for hotel guests. Free to relax and enjoy the view!
Yes yes, the Lost in Translation bar... but also home to one of the best Old Fashioneds I've ever had. If you're hungry, skip the pizza and Just Do It with the $38 burger.
The mother of all hotel bars!
Get here in time for sunset and watch the city wake up. Enjoyed an Old Fashioned.
Where is Suntory whiskey??
Best place ever! Loved the stunning view of tokyo! Great food and super staff! A must in tokyo!
Great place and food. Will return soon!
L.I.T. truly a delicious cocktail. Suntory Yamazaki truly a delicious whisky. I also had a Bloody Mary which was the best I've ever had, and it helped with the jet lag! :)
The famed "Lost in Translation" bar. Free for hotel guests, charge of 2,200Yen after 8pm for non-guests. Order the L.I.T ("Lost in Translation") martini too (sake, Sakura Liqueur, Peachtree).
Best Place in Tokyo..
If you don't meet their dress code, don't fret. They'll lend you shorts, shoes, whatever you need. Free of charge!
Great views, 2k yen charge if non guest. Worth a visit.
Complementary wifi - great for telling your friends where you are!
Order an Old Fashioned
Dress-code: no shorts, no sandals. Jeans are OK. But if you are in sandals, they can provide you with shoes and socks!
The drinks are the price of a decent dinner, but the view and ambience more than makes up for it! Come on a Sunday for live jazz
Catch a breathtaking view on the top of the world, food and live music are awesome - make sure you sit close to the glass walls. Enjoy night Tokyo here. Romantic dinner promises to be unforgettable💜
Great menu's chef recommendation, loved the wygyü and the staff !
The iconic bar at the top of the Park Hyatt, Tokyo. Live music plays into the night and the views out of the window are incredible. The cocktails are great and there's a fantastic atmosphere.
Tokyo cliché. An absolutely amazing view. The live jazz music is relaxing, the menu is interesting, you'll even find delicious French wines.
Tokyo cliché. Everyone here is trying to get "lost in translation". Anyway, the views are to die for, the drinks are good and the live Jazz music is great. Not cheap but worth the extra $!
Get here before sunset, as enjoy a few cocktails as night falls
An amazing view of tokyo with a great band and atmosphere
The Kobe beef at New York Grill is mandatory. Changes the way you think about beef. It's a before and after thing.
Great place to relax and have drinks while enjoying a beautiful view of Tokyo. They play live music here. The L.I.T drink is super refreshing.
This bar has an absolutely amazing view overlooking the Tokyo skyline, cool jazz, and great drinks. What's not to like!
One of the best views in the world
Dress code: no sandals, no shorts, and no tank tops.
Cover charge waived for hotel guests!