横滨市 (Yokohama) 距离我居住的地方区区20分钟，却能让我玩上一整天，又不必花太多钱，当然要去！
Yokohama is the second largest city (in population after Tokyo) in Japan, and it lies on Tokyo Bay, south of Tokyo. From where I stayed, it was a mere 20-minute train ride.
According to Wiki, construction of Minato Mirai 21 (”Port Future 21″), a major urban development project on reclaimed land, started in 1983. Cosmo Clock 21 (in the above photo), then the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, opened in 1989. The 860m-long Yokohama Bay Bridge opened in the same year.
Since it’s @ the bay, there were naturally a lot of ships, functioning ones & old ones. This blue ship above has become a museum
I was told to visit the Red Brick Warehouse (横浜赤レンガ倉庫, Yokohama Akarenga Sōko). These buildings were built in 1911 and 1913 respectively, restoration works were carried out in 1930 (after a great earthquake), 1994 – 1999, & finally opened in 2002 as the current Red Brick Warehouse.
From the train station, you’ve got to walk quite a distance b4 reaching the red brick warehouse
The complex is divided into buildings No. 1 and No. 2.
Building No. 1 is currently regarded as a cultural facility, and is utilized as an event venue for art exhibitions, film festivals, musical competitions and plays.
Building No. 2 houses a shopping mall and restaurant arcade, and a balcony from which visitors can view the harbour opened on the 3rd floor in 2007.
@ the balcony
bells of bliss. I think this pair of bells are for couples