Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Aka-Renga Souko)

Travel Guide - Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Aka-Renga Souko)

Information

These warehouses called "Aka-Renga Souko (Red Brick Warehouse)" were built approximately 100 years ago.
The buildings have been known familiarly as a symbol of Yokohama and are also important as a piece of Japan's historical western architecture.
These warehouses were renovated in 2002 and is now used as a shopping facility.
It features shops selling items found only in Yokohama as well as restaurants where visitors can enjoy the tastes of various Yokohama restaurants.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 6 minutes walk from Bashamichi Station on the Minatomirai Line (MM04)

Address / Location

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