Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse4.1
The Red Brick Warehouses are a pair of historic landmark buildings in the Minato Mirai district of Yokohama. This is a very popular date spot, particularly after dark when the red-brick walls are atmospherically lit up and there is a marvelous night view of the port.
The Building No. 1 has a concert hall and art galleries, serving as a trend setter of cultural activities in Yokohama. In the Building No. 2, you can enjoy a huge variety of restaurants and unique boutiques. In between the two buildings is an open courtyard-like area, where a skating rink and a giant Christmas tree are set up in the winter season. In summer, you can have a wonderful time drinking beer!
Purposelet's go for a drink,couple,elderly,fashion,women,family,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Bashamichi sta. (about 700m) Google Transit
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5.09 months ago
Lovely place to visit in Yokohama. Really nice selection of shops inside, mostly of hand made items and hip, trendy, artistic ones. Lot's of food to choose from, from traditional Japanese, to fusion, to western. This time they had an ice rink outside, but I heard sometimes they also have food festivals (maybe not during the pandemic?). Great if you're walking around and need to stop for a bite or if you want to do some out-of-the-box shopping.
3.0a year ago
It's alright. Mainly aimed towards tourists, selling stuff that they might enjoy. Not the best place for local travelers.
5.04 months ago
A shopping arcade set in a historic building. The stores inside are very trendy; perfect for window shopping. There are restaurants on the second floor with nice views of the ocean.
4.07 months ago
Red Brick Warehouse No. 2
Built as a customs house in 1911, the structure survived the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, which destroyed most of Yokohama and Tokyo. After WWII, the warehouse became part of the U.S. Army Port Command until 1956. Yokohama city acquired the buildings and renovated the entire waterfront with shopping, entertainment, and cultural facilities. In 2010, the building received the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Award for Culture Heritage Conservation.
2.0a year ago
Not much to see. The warehouse is now comprised of restaurants and shops selling jewelry, handicrafts and garments.
However, their are baybikes ( cycles you can rent on an hourly basis) near and it's quite nice to roam around the nearby areas.
Spot Reviews (1)
You can get here by train or taxi. But, my recommend is to approach from sea! You can get on board "Sea Bus" from Bay Quater Yokohama or Minato-Mirai. This short ship trip is very comfortable and you can find another &quo...
You can get here by train or taxi.
But, my recommend is to approach from sea! You can get on board "Sea Bus" from Bay Quater Yokohama or Minato-Mirai. This short ship trip is very comfortable and you can find another "face" of this bay town.
VisitedJul 2017Read moreClose