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The Red Brick Warehouse served as the hub for export trade activities at the port of Yokohama and nowadays there are bars, coffee shops, restaurants, and exhibitions.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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1-1-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama 231-0001, Kanagawa Prefecture
Nishi-ku
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+81 45-227-2002
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Reviewed yesterday

You will find arts and crafts here with many eatery. The problem is things here are not traditional japan.

Thank Raymond C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Buildings are old red brick and very different to most buildings in Yokohama. Not much there unless you are looking for food, a cafe stop. One building houses the restaurants, eateries, the other building sells souvenir like goods, arts and crafts. Whilst the buildings themselves...More

Thank Nunngo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is one of most important heritage colonial buildings in town. Its beautiful facades actually hide a shopping center and food court that altered the original interiors. Nevertheless, you can find some great souvenirs (high quality at a reasonable price) and a...More

Thank domenica_bona
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Felt pretty touristy and had lots of arts and crafts for sale that I wasn’t particularly interested in. Other people there seemed to really like it though.

Thank ChrisPinc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

There are souvenirs shop inside and offer yokohama special items also some restaurant like burger, curry house and waffel so you won’t be hungry. Sometimes there are some festivals in weekends so make sure you visits during weekend.

Thank Wawan K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Disappointing stores within the complex and lots of empty areas. Wasn't really worth the walk from Osanbashi Pier.

Thank Ann C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You can find all kinds of handmade items by local artists as well as food in this 2 story building right on the waterfront.

Thank Sus C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Built in 1859 as a harbourside industrial warehouse, the two Red Brick Warehouse landmark heritage buildings have been restored, and re-purposed, into a trendy event hall, and quaint, upscale, artisan shopping boutiques with a handful of eateries, bars, and cafes. Along with most of Japan...More

Thank global3adventure
Reviewed 11 July 2018

We found the larger of these two historic buildings (c. 1913) full of small shops that generally offer a unique type of goods. The shops with products that are all made in Japan is especially nice.

Thank jjimij
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

I visited these two buildings a number of times as it was a pleasant walk from my hotel and I found casual eateries and predominantly ladies shops in the buildings plus outdoor markets on a Sunday.

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