Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

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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
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5.07 months ago

This was such a fun place to go. The exterior was beautiful, right on the water. And the inside was littered with fun shops and food.
If you are here in the winter there is an ice skating rink right outside.
In one of the stores I bought a cute Japanese style coin purse and beautiful hair clips.
Good place to buy gifts for loved ones. The prices are fair (for the most part) and the shops I went to they offered the option to wrap.

5.0a month ago

It has lots of great little shops! And there are many festivals. The gyoza festival is one of my favorite.

3.05 months ago

This reminds me of distillery district in Toronto Canada. Very good window shopping, some unique made in japan items. Good venue to bring a date! By the water was nice, and easy underground parking. Perhaps we were day on a week day, the market was quiet.

5.05 months ago

We went to Yokohama for a daytrip from Tokyo - its just a 1 h train ride or maybe less. The red brick warehouse has many restaurants and stores inviting you to spend some time there. When we were there, there was also a fair about firemen and other emergency response units, so we could also test how it feels to be in a earthquake simulator. So overall it is a good visit for an 1 hour or two...

5.07 months ago

This is a warehouse converted into a shopping mall. The interior is quite narrow, but provides a unique feel to each of the shops. Outside there are usually festival shops, such as the Christmas themed ones during the winter. There is a ton of food choices and they provide free self-serve drinking water. A big plus.

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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 2017

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