Yingge and Sanxia are in Southwestern Taipei metropolitan area. Yingge is famous for the production of porcelain and its abundance of art studios and shops. You will also visit Sanxia old street where 1900s red brick buildings still exist.
Taipei Main Station East Gate 3 (Depart at 9AM) - Yingge Ceramics Museum - Yingge Ceramics Street - Sanxia Old Street - Shushinbo Wagashi Museum - Return to Hotel
【Yingge Ceramics Museum】
The Yingge Ceramics Museum is the first professional pottery museum in Taiwan. First planned by Magistrate Yu Ching, The museum is made up with modern constructing materials and transparent glass, presenting a limitless sense of space and the beauty of simplicity. The special structure also enhances the exhibition. The Yingge Ceramics Museum presents 200 years of ceramic techniques and folk culture in Taiwan. At the same time, the museum also has educational function with its modern technology, making it an ideal place for families to visit at leisure.
【Yingge Ceramics Street】
Yingge is a pottery town, known as the "Jingde Township of Taiwan." The town has several hundred pottery plants, and equal numbers of pottery shops that sell their products. Jianshanpu Road is the origin of the local ceramics industry, and even today it has an old square coal-fired kiln chimney that serves as its landmark.
【Sanxia Old Street】
Sanxia is a traditional district located in northern Taiwan, easily accessible from Taipei. It has become known in recent years mainly because of its Qingshui Zushi (Qingshui Master) Temple, which is unique among all the Chinese temples of the world for the painstaking and time-consuming dedication to classical temple arts that is manifested in its modern reconstruction work.
【Shushinbo Wagashi Museum】
Mr. Chen Shiyang, the founder of Shushinbo Wagashi Museum, inherited the tradition and created the future, and continuously transported Japanese masters to the Japanese fruit master Katsuta Kana to learn from the arts, develop and produce with continuous creativity and beauty, and enrich the fruit taste and taste , Handinfang continuously grows and transforms between inheritance and innovation. In 2009, it attracted the transformation of tourist factories. It opened mochi and pastry processes for tourists to visit, allowing consumers to get close to the production process.