When you're looking for a break from all the ramen, tempura, and yakitori, this restaurant, on the 45th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, offers good old-fashioned American-style grill food. And one bonus to eating American food in Japan is the high-quality ingredients, like the A-4-rank Tankaku beef and abalone from Sanriku. A prix fixe lunch includes a choice of three items from a seasonally changing menu, and there are dinners with three, four, and five courses. An American-style
brunch is also available weekends and holidays. Best of all, the dining room overlooks a panorama of the Tokyo Sky Tree and Tokyo Tower, which is where the eatery gets its name.
Tokyo Midtown, 9–7–1 Akasaka, Tokyo, 107-6245, Japan