Tsuruga Red Brick Warehouse

Tsuruga Red Brick Warehouse: Hours, Address, Tsuruga Red Brick Warehouse Reviews: 3.5/5

Tsuruga Red Brick Warehouse

Tsuruga Red Brick Warehouse
3.5
Points of Interest & Landmarks
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
9:30 AM - 10:00 PM

3.5
94 reviews
Excellent
10
Very good
42
Average
39
Poor
2
Terrible
1

Shlomi T
Nagano, Japan1,259 contributions
Nice place for shopping of some local products and a few restaurants inside too.
May 2021
Nice place for shopping of some local products and a few restaurants inside too.
Would have been nice if some of the restaurants put menus in English too.
There is some museum or something like that inside, but I did not enter.
Written May 24, 2021
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Kimitaka S
Taichung, Taiwan10,099 contributions
Remarkable construction
Mar 2021 • Solo
Not far from Kanegasaki Park, two remarkable red brick constructions are visible. They were used as a depot. Now it is transformed into restaurants and a hall for georama.
Written March 29, 2021
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maritora
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan4,386 contributions
Inside is amazing
Oct 2018
This place is named Brick Warehouses, but there are only two of them, it sounds disappointing. However the inside there is a theme park of a diorama, it is worth checking out.
Admission is 800yen per person. Once you enter the gate, there is a large diorama world. Not only the figure of a train but also there is a sight of the city, including old buildings and small dolls. Everything is miniature. Under the diorama there is a tunnel which leads to a center of that. The tunnel is a little bit small for adults but can pass throw. The view from the center is also nice.
There is a show every hour on the hour and images are projected on the wall.
Written August 17, 2019
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Wanderering1
Lake Macquarie, Australia686 contributions
Interesting But Limited Offerings
Oct 2017 • Couples
If you are a model train buff you can enjoy a display model railway layout for a small fee. If in need of food or liquid refreshment then they have an eatery to cater for you. But if you are there to shop the offerings are very limited.
Written October 28, 2017
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ohgeorge
Naples, FL588 contributions
Above Average, Worthy of a Visit
Aug 2017 • Couples
Enjoyed the huge model train exhibit for its detail and craftsmanship. Worthy of a visit a as you see in miniature the port in action many years ago with trains, autos and ships coming and going. Very realistic. Can be viewed up close or from afar as their is a balcony area above the scene. Shops and restaurants here, too. No credit cards in some shops, cash only.
Written September 25, 2017
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KlapauciusJapan
Japan618 contributions
Model trains and cafes in renovated storehouses
Aug 2017 • Friends
Two old red brick storehouses at the port of Tsuruga, recently (opened in 2015) renovated to make a new tourist attraction for Tsuruga. There's a small garden outside the entrance, which seemed to mostly be used for people to smoke. Walking inside, it is interesting to see how the old buildings have been used.
The first has a very small cafe and snack/souvenir shop, a seafood restaurant, and a pricey Italian restaurant. All were very busy at lunchtime, and with the high prices, might be worth finding elsewhere to eat if here around lunchtime.
The next building has the main attraction: a "nostalgic diorama" of Tsuruga with model trains. It is very interesting and full of small details. Spent some time looking at the diorama and watching the trains and other vehicles move around. They provide a play area with toy trains for small children, and you can crawl into small tunnels to pop up in the middle of the diorama for taking photos.
Interesting, but a bit expensive - 400 yen for adults, 200 yen for pre-school children (though free for children under 3).
Written August 15, 2017
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Issariya C
Vienna, Austria84 contributions
Cute diorama and nice foods
Nov 2016 • Friends
Went with a friend in a rainy cold day. There was a very cute diorama telling story of Tsuruga train (no English subtitles but they provide you a roughly English leaflet). Fun to watch and nice to take photos with. Nice restaurant with very good foods and tea and of course ice cream.
Written November 26, 2016
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