How to get to Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

About Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is a warehouse complex built between the late Meiji period and the early Taisho period, and is particularly famous as a historical building symbolizing the development of Yokohama Port.

Today, the Red Brick Warehouse is a good place to rest and refresh yourself with a collection of fashionable stores, restaurants and cafes, and other types of stores. Originally an old building that looked like rows of very old red brick houses from the outside, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse underwent a brand new renovation in 2002, giving the building a new look while preserving its original historical appearance.

After the renovation, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No. 1 was transformed into a cultural exhibition facility, while Red Brick Warehouse No. 2 was transformed into a commercial shopping facility with fashion stores, grocery stores and gourmet stores.

The square near the Red Brick Warehouse and the park form the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Scenic Area, which has become a hot spot for tourists in Yokohama. Especially, the lighting effect after dusk is extremely effective and is one of Yokohama’s famous night scenes.

How to get there

Get off at Minato Mirai Line Carriage Way Station or Nihon Odori Station, 6 minutes walk

Fare

Free of charge

Opening hours

Monday-Sunday 11:00-20:00 (some stores vary)

Tips

The red brick warehouses that can be seen in many cities in Japan are also a major feature of Yokohama, where the warehouses are different from other places, which have now been transformed into a shopping mall and boutiques, food restaurants, art galleries, galleries, people also use cookies and chocolate to put together a warehouse model is very creative, of course, this is also a must-see spot to take all kinds of beautiful photos, the Western-style red brick walls must The Western-style red brick walls must make your photos stand out, I saw a lot of tourists who came here to take pictures.

It was a surprise when I arrived. The Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is a group of warehouses built from the end of the Meiji period to the beginning of the Taisho period, and is particularly famous as a historical building symbolizing the development of the port of Yokohama. 2002 saw the renovation of the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, giving the building a new look while preserving its historical appearance.

After the renovation, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No. 1 was transformed into a cultural exhibition facility, while the Red Brick Warehouse No. 2 was transformed into a commercial shopping facility featuring fashion stores, grocery stores and gourmet stores.

The square near the Red Brick Warehouse and the park form the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Scenic Area, which has become a hot spot for tourists in Yokohama. Especially, the lighting effect after dusk is extremely effective and is one of the famous night scenes in Yokohama. The view from the open space of the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse to the Yamashita Park area of Yokohama Bay, or from the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse to the Minato Mirai 21 area in the opposite direction, is extremely beautiful at night.

The Red Brick Warehouse is also a must-see spot in Yokohama. From Sakuragicho Station, you can walk past Nihonmaru for about 10 minutes, and along the way you can see the super-sized Ferris wheel at the amusement park, the WORLD PORTS mall, the Yokohama Immigration Museum, and then walk to a big intersection where there are uniformed staff directing traffic, and as soon as someone crosses the street, he will stop the passing cars and bend down to greet the passers-by. The attitude is super good.

The red brick warehouse inside the 1-2 layer is full of small stores selling things, very unique, the price is a little higher, there are also a lot of trendy products, a lot of people. The first floor also has a lot of specialties, and there is an open-air dining area outside, so you can order food to eat outside. The day I went to catch a festival, it was very lively. It is worth going to the place.

Official website

https://www.yokohama-akarenga.jp/


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