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Let's learn about the history of the Red Brick Warehouse!

Red Brick Warehouse

Novice has a physical store located in the Red Brick Warehouse.

We also have popular standard items and products that are only sold at Red Brick Warehouse, so please stop by if you're in the area.

In this article, we will introduce the history of the Red Brick Warehouse where Novice's physical store is located.

What is the history of the Red Brick Warehouse?

Yokohama's Red Brick Warehouse is a famous tourist destination in Japan, and its history is deeply connected to Yokohama's urban development.

The Red Brick Warehouse was built between 1894 and 1911, during the late Meiji period when Yokohama Port, Japan's first modern port, opened.

Initially, these warehouses functioned as cargo storage facilities at Yokohama Port.

Furthermore, Japan actively adopted Western technology and culture, and Western designs were also incorporated into the architecture of the Red Brick Warehouse.

The exterior of the warehouse has a unique red brick design, demonstrating the advanced construction technology of the time.

Red Brick Warehouse

The Red Brick Warehouse has long been used for cargo storage and cargo handling, but due to a continued decline in the amount of cargo handled, its use as a warehouse was abolished in 1989.

After a long period of renovation work, it was reopened in 2002 and revived as a commercial facility.

In 2007, it was designated as a Modern Industrial Heritage Site, and its historical value was recognized.

Today, it is still being reused as a tourist attraction, restaurant, shop, and gallery space.

Yokohama's Red Brick Warehouse has been preserved as a historical building and has become a symbol of Yokohama.

Many red brick warehouses have been preserved due to their historical value, architectural beauty, and cultural importance. It is loved by many tourists and locals.

spoon ring

The novice Red Brick Warehouse store also carries products that match the atmosphere of the Red Brick Warehouse, such as spoon rings with vintage-like designs that are not sold online, and Mexican jewelry that you would want to wear on special occasions.

If you are in the area, please stop by our store.

If you are interested in detailed information about our store or the products we sell, please feel free to contact us via chat on our website.

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