There are Confucius tem…

Nov. 20, 2020 16:11 JSThappy
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There are Confucius temples in various parts of Taiwan.
The Confucius Temple in Taipei City has adopted the architectural style of the Qufu Main Mausoleum, and has a simple and majestic structure.
It has a very long history, and the original Confucius Temple was built in 1879 and then relocated to its current location, but it is said that the current scale was completed in 1939 after many twists and turns such as lack of budget. I will. Confucius is enshrined in the center of Taiseiden, and four saints are enshrined on the left and right: Facial, Soshi, Zisi, and Mencius.
A big festival is held during the annual Teacher's Day, and more visitors from home and abroad visit.
In addition, the Confucius Temple of Confucius is held every Saturday and Sunday at a fixed time, and you can observe the performance and dance of traditional musical instruments. There is also an exhibition about each instrument and costume, so please find your time and visit.
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Nov. 25, 2020

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My name is Finemakers.
At present, in Xinpu Township of Hsinchu, autumn taste dried persimmons are actively made.
Unlike Japanese hanging persimmons, they are made by arranging persimmons on a flat, round net.
The finished dried persimmon is in Chinese and is called persimmon mochi.
The scenery of bright orange persimmons lined up is very beautiful, and people from all over the world come to see this scenery.
At the Kinhan Kakimochi Educational Farm that I visited this time, you can also do DIY such as persimmon astringent dyeing. Select the prepared pattern and use a brush to layer the persimmon tannin liquid and acetic acid in a circular motion.
I'm really looking forward to the future as the color will change as I use it.

Why don't you visit the dried persimmon village on the Finemakers charter?

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Nov. 10, 2020

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Good luck! Finemakers.

Taiwan has various architectures that were built during the Japanese colonial era for 50 years. Today I would like to introduce one of them, [Saiharuen], which remains in Kaohsiung.

Saiharuen, completed in 1940, was built by religious scholar Mitsuru Otani. At that time, Saiharuen was a missionary facility for religionist Otani, a summer villa, and an experimental farm for tropical agriculture. Unlike other Japanese-style architecture, Saiharuen has Western-style structures that can be seen here and there. Karahafu, round windows, and stairs leading to separate rooms, it is a very special building that is neither Western nor Japanese. There are various rooms such as a drawing room, an alcove, a hall, a dining room, a kitchen, and a study, and special construction methods are used, so you can enjoy it just by looking at it.
The current Kaohsiung was officially named Kaohsiung in 1920. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Kaohsiung's founding and the 80th anniversary of the construction of Saiharuen, restoration work began three years ago and was reopened on November 1st last week. Saiharuen is located in Kaohsiung City, close to the MRT station, and very convenient for transportation, so be sure to visit it when you visit Kaohsiung in the future!

Xiaoyao Garden Kaohsiung City Xinxing District Rokugo 1st Road 55th Street 15th (5 minutes walk from MRT Nobuyoshi Kuniko Station)
Business hours: Weekdays 11: 00 ~ 17: 00 / Holidays 11: 00 ~ 18: 00; Closed on Mondays Admission: Free

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Nov. 8, 2020

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My name is Finemakers.
Have you ever visited Jingtong at the end of the Pingxi line?

From around 1937 during the Japanese colonial era, the development of this city began with the development of the mining industry. It is said that the bustle at that time was so called "Jingtong Ginza".
However, with the closure of the mine in 1975, its prosperity has gradually become a thing of the past.
Today, it is a tourist destination where you can see Japanese-style buildings and the remains of the coal mine era, which retain the remnants of those days.

We are conducting a virtual tour from Jingtong for Japanese customers. Please join us.
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