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Shinko PIER

Last updated date:2019/2/27

Aerial image of the Shinko Pier District(PDF:22KB)
Shinko Pier District


Shinko Pier is located roughly in the centre of the Port of Yokohama. Constructed at the turn of the century between 1899 and 1917, it was the nation's first modern port and harbor facility.
Although damaged by the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, the pier is the only pier that still preserves historical facilities such as the Red Brick Warehouses and the 50 ton crane.
The pier is being redeveloped under the Minato Mirai 21 project and in 1993 the Passenger Terminal was constructed. And in 1997, Kishamichi, a promenade built over the water on the site of a former coastline railway track, was developed.
Furthermore, the Red Brick Warehouses were opened to public in April 2002 upon the completion of the restoration work.
In addition to the completion of the Maritime Emergency Base of the Maritime Safety Office in March 1995, in 1997 the Yokohama World Porters was opened as a foreign access zone facility(FAZ) and the Yokohama International Seamen's Center(NAVIOS) was completed to serve both domestic and foreign sailors.

Access
weekdays
municipal bus #141, #142
weekends, holidays
100 yen bus in operation in/around Minato Mirai21

Area
37.4ha

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Facilities

Public Facilities

(1)Beth Spefications
Berth NumberLength(meter)Apron Width(meter)Depth(meter)Mootinig Capacity(D/W)
215913.09.020,000
318014.09.025,000
520212.08.415,000
81457.08.415,000
920114.010.015,000
Total887---
(2)Landing Platform
Berth NumberLength(meter)Width(meter)Depth(meter)
475112.0
(3)Handling Areas
Berth NumberArea(Square measure)
23,078 square meter
9500 square meter

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