I've heard of fun shops at the "Aka-Renga Soko," and decided to go check it out.
"Aka-Renga Soko" literally means "red-brick warehouse." I believe there are many of them all around Japan, and most of them were built during the Meji period. Today a lot of the Aka-Renga Sokos have become tourist spots and/or unique shopping districts.
We followed the signs and eventually saw this:
This must be it!
It was indeed, all brick!
There were underground compartments as well.
There were also unique hardwares all around the warehouses.
Many shops small and large were here. There were plenty food establishments as well. John and I found a place where there were "bone-in" sausages. It was cool!