This floating houseboat in Tennozu Isle is now a summer beer garden

Here is a unique addition to Tokyo’s lineup of ubiquitous summer beer gardens. Tennoz Beer Garden the Voyage will take over from the floating barge T-Lotus Mdesigned by famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.

Photo: Tennoz Beer Garden the trip

Starting Sunday, July 10, you can sample a selection of cuisines from around the world, with dishes from North and Latin America, Africa, Europe and Asia.

Tennoz Beer Garden the journey
Photo: Tennoz Beer Garden the trip

As for drinks, expect seven types of craft beer. Champagne is also available, but is limited to guests using the private room.

To enjoy this floating beer garden, you will need to purchase a set of five ¥600 tickets for a total of ¥3,000. You can then use these tickets to exchange them for food and drinks.

Tennoz Beer Garden the journey
Photo: Tennoz Beer Garden the journeyUezu Kiyosaku

Between July 22 and August 1, the main and lower decks of the boat display photos taken by Uezu Kiyosaku, the singer and bassist of the Japanese group Mongolian800 – you may have come across their catchy hit song Chiisana Koi no Uta before. The more than 30 photos were taken by Kiyosaku during his trips abroad.

Tennoz Beer Garden the journey
Photo: Tennoz Beer Garden the trip

Tennoz Beer Garden the Voyage extends from July 10 to September 25of 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays and from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. More details, including the schedule of events, will be announced at the beer garden instagram.

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