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Ever since 2002, when then-Yokohama mayor Hiroshi Nakada lit the fuse on his Creative City plan, Tokyo’s southern neighbor has hosted a more-or-less unbroken series of cultural events that have leaped, Chinese firework-style, back and forth between the city’s many hitherto-underutilized publicly owned buildings.

This week, the Shin-Minatoku warehouse, which is located on reclaimed land that juts into Yokohama Bay between Minatomirai district and Yamashita Park, comes to life with a celebration of young artists.

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