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Red Brick Warehouse

The Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (横浜赤レンガ倉庫 Yokohama Akarenga Sōko) is a historical building that is currently used as a complex that includes a shopping mall, banquet hall, and event venues.

The complex, officially known as the Newport Pier Tax Keeping Warehouse (新港埠頭保税倉庫 Shinkō Futō Hozei Sōko), was originally used as customs buildings, and has two sections: Warehouse No.1 and No.2. It is operated by Yokohama Akarenga Co. Ltd., and located at the Port of Yokohama in Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan.

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Minato Mirai 21

Minato Mirai 21 (みなとみらい21 Minato Mirai Nijūichi), often shortened to Minato Mirai or MM, is a large urban development in Yokohama, Japan. It was designated to be a new urban center planned to connect Yokohama’s traditionally important areas of Kannai and the Yokohama Station area. The name Minato Mirai 21, selected by a public opinion poll, means “Port of the Future [in] the 21[st century]”.

The area is now flourishing as one of the newest urban business districts in the Greater Tokyo Metropolitan area, symbolized by Landmark Tower, Japan’s tallest skyscraper, the three Queens Square Towers, which contain a large shopping mall, the Pacifico Yokohama convention center, the Intercontinental Hotel, the Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris wheel, and more. Next to Landmark Tower is the Yokohama Museum of Art. The area is an important business center, with Nissan Motors, JGC Corporation, and other major corporations locating their headquarters and branches in the Minato Mirai area.

Minato Mirai 21 attracts numerous tourists along with the nearby Yokohama Chinatown. In 2010, it received approximately 58 million visitors. Due to the beautiful view, bay proximity, cruise ships docked at Ōsanbashi Pier, and the graceful Yokohama Bay Bridge, images of Minato Mirai 21 tend to be used as a symbol of today’s Yokohama.

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