There's a lot of restaurants at this place. The brick house is unique but nothing special. The harbor view was good too.
This month they have a Christmas market in front of the entire area plus a skating area. Lots of small shops outside serving food, drinks and overall a nice atmosphere. Right on the water this is a great area to walk around. Not too far from the nearby shopping mall, it feels a bit like Europe or even Boston waterfront,... More
Aka Renga Soko - always a good spot for a quick bite in the food court or window/souvenir shopping at many of the gift/specialty stores, though it gets very crowded especially weekends as this is a popular place for locals and visitors alike. This scenic waterfront complex is beautiful during the day and night. This time of the year they... More
We stayed close by and found a great variety of food and souvenirs available. The staff were all helpful and we purchased items that I did not see anywhere else in Japan. Love it!
Great location for photographer with beautiful view of Minato Mirai at night. A Romantic place with beautiful decorations during Christmas season, you' ll find a lot of love birds in this area.
An enjoyable day spent exploring the two warehouses filled with quirky stores and excellent food. Very pretty during the Christmas season with decorations. Definitely worth the trip
Lots of eclectic stuff, good shopping for weird and wonderful, good food available in several places and a great Oktoberfest in the autumn. The Sea Bass water taxi stops here, so it easy to get to or from and the walk to Sakuragicho Station for the JR or subway is pleasant and can be interesting. Mintao Mirai is just around... More
Aka Renga Soko or Red Brick Warehouse is a must have sightseeing spot for your trip to Yokohama. Two character filled buildings which were once the warehouses associated with the original, very first, train line between Yokohama and Tokyo. Now they are well planned with interesting shops, restaurants and tourist orientated stores. Most weekends there is also a set-up of... More
In reality this is just another shopping mall in an old building with history. The shops are more quirky and orientated towards tourists and those looking for gifts etc. it was very busy on the day we were there, but well worth a wander through. We also grabbed a quick lunch while there in the picnic area which was really... More
This is a nice reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in an open area the warehouse looks immaculately preserved. Stop in for the multi-level shops on the second and third floor or hit one of the nice restaurants on the first floor
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