When Japan opened its market to the rest of the world in the late 19th century, Yokohama was the main port through which trade flowed to the Tokyo area. The red brick warehouse, also known as Akarenga, was opened during the Meiji -Time built in support of the port of Yokohama, it served as a customs clearance point to control the flow of goods through the port.
Nowadays it has various shops and restaurants. The Event Plaza hosts markets and other outdoor celebrations. In addition, the warehouse has several event halls for concerts, exhibitions and more. The Red Brick Park also offers a spacious area of grass where you can relax and have a beautiful view of the bay and the passing ships.
The nearest stations are Nihon-Odori and Bashamichi (Minato Mirai Line), while Sakuragicho and Kannai (JR and Blue Lines) are within walking distance as well.
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