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This is a very right place to find for ceramics. You'll find lot of ceramics here that you can choose and all range of price. I went here to get a pair of vase for my father and I found it at one of the...More
Chanced upon this Yingge Ceramics Street while planning our itinerary. First trip to explore this old town but not a bad decision after all. A tip to share with everyone, it will be good to just hop on a taxi from Yingge Train Station to...More
Been here several times to shop bowls and plates before. However, first time ever came here during weekends. Apparently, same as most of Taiwan old streets, weekends and holidays are busy and crowded with tourists. If I’m not mistaken, the Street was rebuilt, not a...More
This place is dotted with shops selling different types of potteries. More or less the contents are similar for most of the shops. The price might be a tad high. It is good to see varieties which is plus. Also, ask if the pottery is...More
Caught the train from Taipei Main Station, 30 minutes or so, about 5 or 6 stops. After checking out the amazing Zushi Temple in Sanxia, walked through the pretty cobbled Yingge Old St.
Although a popular tourist attraction, can still find a huge variety of...More
We went there specially for some hands-on pottery making.
Found a store that offered really good service. It is called Touch Clay 陶趣天堂玩陶教室. It is outdoor which adds to the entire experience and mood.
The workshop instructor was really good and pleasant. Despite some of...More
It is about 40 minutes by local train (35$NT from Taipei main station) and the street is maybe 15 minutes far from Yingge train station. Maps with en language is present. Street is full of amazing shops,museums and street restaurants. If you like pottery, you...More
I visited this place alone by taking a taxi from Taipei and back though friends suggested me to take MRT. I reached Yinghe Pottery Street. Items were over priced. The worse thing is no one speaks english. This was very frustating. When I was about...More
They have lot of ceramics for sell. They also have ceramic DIY (a lot of kids like it). If you are feeling artistic, this is the place to visit. This is a good place for pictures. They also have lots of small shops and foods....More
Really need to bring umbrella, hat and sunglasses. There are no shelter, no shade when walking from shop to shop .
It was fun though as we visited wu guan ji and xin yi yuan for DIY pottery, was a great experience for me.
Yingge, with a 200-year history in pottery, is one of the earliest settlements of Taiwan, thus earning the reputation of “Taiwan’s Jingdezhen”. Constructed with exposed concrete and steel structures, the Yingge Ceramics Museum is a landmark presenting rustic beauty. Walk into Yingge Old Street and feel the pieces of brick and tiles lightly emitting a historical and cultural atmosphere. Stroke the
potteries to sympathize with the hundred-year-old artistic essence by aged masters. Reputed as the hall of eastern art, “Sanxia Zushi (Divine Ancestor) Temple is a temple built with an ancient technique. The groups of bygone architectures and baroque-style plaques of Sanxia Old Street still retain their former self. Once known as Sanjiaoyong street, Minquan street used to be the gathering grounds of the once-prosperous cloth dying industry. The Sanxia Dye Workshop was established to keep the blue-dye culture from disappearing. Visit this little village of art to delicately experience local humanities and scenic nature.Visit a small town rich with arts and experience local cultural features and natural landscapes in detail!
Hi Mary. I did my pottery in the second largest schools because in the the most famous one they were too busy and I knew I wouldn't get the assistance I needed when I messed it all up. Unfortunately I can't remember the... More
Hi Mary. I did my pottery in the second largest schools because in the the most famous one they were too busy and I knew I wouldn't get the assistance I needed when I messed it all up. Unfortunately I can't remember the name, but I vaguely remember it was not on the main old street but instead behind on the quieter old street. Forgive me as it was a rainy day and I was entertaining my new friend showing him around. I'm confident you can find it and even if you don't just remember that if you join a busy school you won't get the full attention you would from a smaller school, however I think the bigger school had better colour ranges. We chose white to be a safer bet :/