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It is so lovely to make a walking tour in this artistic street! Small workshops shops full of picture, papers, stone stamps, old and new wooden, bronze, copper, porcelain beautiful things. Very recommended!
Well the answer is writing tools and artworks. Nowadays they also sell common souvenirs like miniature terracotta warrior. Would be interesting to walk around. For foreigners you might be interested to carve a traditional Chinese name seal on the spot. 書院門通往孔廟（現碑林博物館），但古廟已不復在。這兒街邊賣許多文房四寶及藝術作品。只是粗人，不懂欣賞。匆匆路過。
A wide area of artists shops this street is a must see if you want some cultural immersion.
I thought the prices for everything was reasonable and exploring the street and side alleys was a joy.
My partner and I had a stamp made of...More
This street is basically for tourists. People working at the different shops lining both sides of the street wears special clothes and prices of food is also more expensive than in the Muslim quarter. If you have time, go to the real deal.
I love the vibes here, it reminds me of school days, there are shops selling writing paper, ink, ink blotter, old books, painting brush. The buildings are quaint and pretty and you get a glimpse of local folks going about their daily lives in the...More
this street is filled with chinese calligraphy shops, papers, brushes and even painting.. so only interesting for people who want to see or learn about this. you can see even how some of these stuffs are done. lots of painting shops too, maybe not very...More