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Qinshou Kiln


On the journey from Puli to Sun Moon Lake, as one passes near to the Kongming Temple in Jhongming Village, Yuchih Township, there is a “Cinshou Kiln” on the left side of the highway. The details of the road sign, main door, outer façade, and molding of the house, all look very eye-catching. Whenever people pass by here, they want to go in and explore.
This attractive and friendly sounding name "Cinshou Kiln" was thought up by the proprietor Wu Cih-bin on its opening day, at 4:00 in the morning. He woke his wife up to ask for her opinion, and Jhongming Village's Cinshou Kiln was thus founded. Wu Cih-bin originally worked at the Visitor Service Center for the Jhongming Community. Each brick and tile of the clay-producing Cinshou Kiln has been personally laid by Mr. Wu Cih-bin. This place includes a clay-making classroom, an old-style building, a hostel, suspension bridge, and pavilion. There is a wooden carving on the main building providing a full account of Mr. Wu's career, which began when he sold fish as a child.


Opening Hours: Please refer to the website.

TEL: +886-49-2898702

Address: No. 1-22, Wun Jheng Lane, Jhong Ming Village, Yuchi Township, Nantou County Taiwán, R.O.C

Links: Official Site


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How to Get There

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1. National Highway No. 1 》 Jhong Cing Interchange 》 Jhong Jhang Highway 》 Provincial Road No. 14 》 Provincial Road No. 21 》 Yuchih 》 Cinshou Kiln 

2. National Highway No. 3 》 Caotun Interchange 》 Provincial Road No. 14 》 Yuchih 》 Cinshou Kiln


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