The perfect night in Tokyo! Superb view from 140 meters above the ground at “DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO”


“Where is the perfect place to go to have some drinks where you also have a beautiful view over the city?” This is a question I often get asked by my friends during their stay in Tokyo. If you are looking for something in the Shinagawa area, I would say it has to be “DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO” in the Shinagawa Prince Hotel. The view of Tokyo’s skyline seen from the bar and dining area is amazing! Today, I’d like to share my impression of one of the bars and the main dining which I visited with a friend.

Shinagawa Prince Hotel

At the 39th floor of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel

A 360-degree panorama!

“DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO” on the 39th floor of Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a restaurant floor that just opened at the end of 2017. As the name suggests, it’s a place with nine different types of bars, lounges and dining restaurants. There is so much to choose from that you will most certainly find a place that fits your mood.

Tokyo at night

Tokyo is a mega city and its night view is amazing!

Also, since the entire floor’s layout is just restaurants and bars, you actually have a 360-degree Tokyo panorama that you can enjoy no matter which restaurant you choose. Mt. Fuji, Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree, Shinagawa Station and Tokyo Bay…There is a lot to see. Which view would you choose?

Cotton candy for dinner?

“TOKYO FUSION DINING” offers a modern twist on popular Japanese dishes such as sukiyaki, tonkatsu, shabu-shabu, and sushi.

cotton candy

At this restaurant, sukiyaki is prepared while using cotton candy instead of regular sugar.

Out of the many tasty options, we had Sukiyaki for dinner. The name of the dish reminds me of Kyu Sakamoto’s song “SUKIYAKI” (which has a completely different name in Japanese) – do you know it? Sukiyaki (as a meal) is very popular here in Japan, but you rarely get the chance to eat it outside of Japan. If you get the chance, you should definitely try during your stay in Japan!


This modern sukiyaki includes some flaming action!

At “TOKYO FUSION DINING” the chef will prepare the sukiyaki in front of you. What is unusual is that instead of regular sugar cotton candy is used instead. Suddenly a big flame rises from the meat. It was the flame of a flambé. What a surprise! And what was even better: the tender and exquisite wagyu meat tasted incredible!


Sukiyaki with real wagyu beef

DJ performances at night

“DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO” has three bars where you can stay until 4 AM in the morning. From “NINE BAR” you have a beautiful view over Tokyo and you can see both Tokyo Tower and Sky Tree. As a nice extra, there are music performances by DJs as well. The genres of music have a wide range from SOUL, JAZZ, R & B and others. (Check the schedule here)


Choose from 99 different cocktails!

At “NINE BAR” the have a food and drink plan (“Sunset Free Flow Plan”) which can be booked by the day before. It includes an all-you-can-drink plan for two hours. Choose from 99 kinds of cocktails made by a professional bartender and enjoy the view while tasting the beautiful side dishes. It’s a quite reasonable plan which my friend and I really enjoyed.



Enjoying the “Sunset Free Flow Plan”

If you are looking for a relaxing restaurant or bar for adults in the Shinagawa area, I definitely would recommend you “DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO”. I’m sorry I didn’t introduce all of the nine restaurants in this article, but I am sure, you will find the right match for you! It’s a great, luxurious place and a great choice if you want to make some special memories.

Tokyo at night

What a great view!


Takanawa 4-10-30, Minato-ku, Tokyo,
Shinagawa Prince Hotel, Main Tower 39F

Reservation: 03-5421-1114 (9:30 AM – 8:00 PM)
Access: About 2 minutes on foot from Shinagawa station (Takanawa exit),
Shinkansen, JR Lines, Keikyu Line
HP: http://www2.princehotels.co.jp/shinagawa/restaurant/contents/table9tokyo/en/
Instagram: @table9tokyo

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I was born and raised in Kiel/Germany. When I was 16 I came to Japan for the first time. I fell in love with this beautiful country, so I returned after my university graduation. Since then, I have been living in Tokyo - and I don't plan to change anything about that ;-) My hobbies are taking a stroll around the city, taking photos and drinking coffee.

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