Yamate district, in the Central Yokohama, has been developed when the Port of Yokohama formally opened to foreign trade in 1859. A lot of Western-style houses where foreigners live, Consulates and Christian schools were built in this area. Seven Western pavilions are now open to the public for free.
The Berrik Hall, the largest of the buildings in the existing pre-war Yamate foreign housing.
More about Berrik Hall : http://www.hama-midorinokyokai.or.jp/yamate-seiyoukan/Berrick-Hall/
This is a public building of Yokohama, the property has no accommodation and the external catering required (Cuore Wedding will take care of it). It is opened to the public until 5:00pm and if required it is possible to use exclusively from 5:00pm to 9:00pm with extra fee (the Hall should be free until 9:00pm). The garden is available for the symbolic ceremony for a maximum of 50 people.