Roku Nana is Tokyo Nightlife's Hidden Gem

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Feb 24, 2010 • References: & spoon-tamago
Designed by Yasumichi Morita from the firm Glamorous, Roku Nana is a romantic and inconspicuous spot in Tokyo's upscale Roppongi Hills district. The Tokyo Tower and other landmarks tower over this new, well-hidden bar that is nestled on a 3rd floor rooftop between two much larger buildings.

Taking its name from its own address, Roku Nana literally translates to 6, 7. There are no signs indicating the bar's placement and navigating your way around Tokyo with just a numeric address and phone number is mind-bogglingly difficult. Stats for Secret Rooftop Bars Trending: Older & Average
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