One of the smarter moves in the redevelopment of Yokohama's bayside Minato Mirai area was the decision to preserve these former customs houses, which date back to the early 20th century. The two warehouses (known as 'akarenga' in Japanese) survived the 1923 Kanto earthquake thanks to iron reinforcements, and emerged unscathed from WWII. The No. 2 building is now home to a variety of shops, bars and restaurants, including popular breakfast spot Bills, while the No. 1 building gets used for a wide range of events, including exhibitions, fashion shows, concerts and even Muay Thai boxing matches.
|Venue name:||Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse|
1-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama
|Transport:||Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai line), Nihon-Odori Station (Minatomirai line)|
Pick a date
Things to do
The Yokohama Red Bricks Warehouse welcomes a different kind of Snoopy exhibition. Produced by artist Yoshiteru Otani, a close friend of Snoopy creator Charles Schulz, the exhibition brings together Snoopy, art and science in a refreshing new way. Japanese...Until Sunday May 12 2019
The concept behind the Greenroom Festival down at Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is 'Save the Beach, Save the Ocean'. The outdoor party celebrates beach and surf culture, but with an emphasis on protecting the ever-shrinking number of usable domestic beaches...Music festivals Saturday May 25 2019 - Sunday May 26 2019