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Inside the building there were many souvenir stores and restaurants. But, they already lost their Japanese taste. The price also very expensive. So, for me what good in this building was only a good place for taking picture.
The two red bricked buildings were once dockside warehouses. Very impressed with the sympathetic renovations - one I understand is an art /exhibition space with the other having some great craft shops in a market like environment.
Contrary to what others have said, the prices...More
This is a tourist destination. What is interesting is that this is a really huge warehouse in the past but now converted into a food court downstairs and shops on the other floors. On the top level there are two restaurants at each end. One...More
This is clearly targeted at tourists arriving off ships. It has several stores and shops but they are higher priced.
The true treat is the many festivals that are held in between the warehouse.
Everything from octoberfest to bread festivals to Xmas markets.
It is a beautiful place to walk around, located right on the water. The buildings are lovely. There are a ton of shops, some offering unique products. There are also restaurants and bars. They are a little on the pricey side, but good quality.
The only Place where I could find beautiful Kokeshi dolls and many other Souviers. Hosts over 25 stores. We had our lunch at Chano Ma inside Red brick house. It had this option of Mattress seating where you can chill and relax. Food was ok...More
There are two redbrick warehouses: one hosts a big selection of Japanese souvenirs and high-quality items, mostly made in Japan. The other house hosts arts and crafts made by Yokohama artists. There are also a few (slightly pricey) restaurants and often some kind of event...More
We went during Xmas season had they had outdoor vendors selling a variety of European types xmas treats. They were maybe a dozen or two vendors selling their seasonal wares. Inside the two buildings were boutique type shops and restaurants. There were nice shops and...More