Celebrating 45 Years
The Rising Sun recently turned Forty-Five! Please help us make this landmark in our long history even more exciting and memorable by sharing your thoughts, memories, stories, and wisecracks with us and all of our and your many friends of The Sun. Your comments will appear a day or two after posting.
You can also view some 45th anniversary party photos, courtesy of Dermot.
Here is what people are saying. Share your stories, too. !
New: Happy Hour Gets Even Happier
On Mondays and Saturdays, Happy Hour now runs from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. On top of the usual Happy Hour specials, the Extended Happy Hour on these days additionally offers a 10% discount on pub platters, plus three light-meals (Shepherd's Pie Lite / Sausage & Chips Lite, Cheese Pie Set, and Ham or Cheese Sandwich with Chips) all affordably priced at 700 yen.
Fun Gatherings at the Sun
A number of clubs and groups meet regularly at The Rising Sun, some private and some open to anyone who wants to join.
Learn about the Gatherings !
About The Rising Sun
The Rising Sun grew out of the dream of Jerry Hegarty. Back in the early '70s, Jerry was intent on creating a Victorian-style pub in Tokyo as authentically designed, built and operated as any in Britain. And when you visit us at “The Sun,” as the regulars call it, you will see how exquisitely he did it.
Most first timers immediately begin examining the pub's distinctively British trappings—the pub mirrors, pub sign, pewter mugs, yard-of-ale... and even a couple of chamber pots.
But visitors also quickly sense that The Sun is a lot more than just traditional décor—that it is a fine blending of a warm, friendly pub atmosphere with great food, a broad selection of drinks, and a cordial and helpful staff.
If you are coming in with friends for a special occasion, be sure to let us know a day or two before, so we can help you make it Really Special.
We look forward to seeing you soon at
The Rising Sun
Tokyo's Oldest British Pub
Tokyo's Friendliest British Pub