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The house on No. 6, Lane 7, Qingtian Street initially was one of the residential houses built by a housing cooperation group of Japanese professors. It was designed and built by Professor Masashi Adachi, and was completed in 1931. In 1945 the house...more
一個必須花上3小時的參觀與品嚐美食的地方，這裡不單是一間老房子，也包含著一段日治時期影響台灣教育的歷史，從房子看到修復的投巧，從美食裡感受到日和式味道。今次更報名導賞團，導賞員的專業也帶來很多衝擊，感受到成就別人是美德的精神。這裡不太容易到達，但參觀後，會發現附近街道的個性化小店與咖啡室。非常值得花上半天在這區瀏覽；建議預約導賞團同時預約席位，坦白說，一般食物價錢較貴，故提議輕鬆地飲杯特色咖啡 - 蔗汁咖啡及甜品！讓記憶增加不同味道。
You must spend three hours to visit and enjoy the food. Here is not only a house with 80 years history. But also contains a big impact of Taiwan education history under japan governance. Dont miss out the details of the monument...More
It was a humid and rainy day when we visited. No reservations made so we had to sit outdoors. Sheltered but rather hot. And not much of the charm of the house in the outdoor sitting.
But overall quite a relaxing place and the service...More
This is a building with much history & a nice blend of western & Japanese architecture. For travellers interested in history, architecture and those quaint conserved places that is slightly away from the busy streets, this place is recommended. Learnt about this place by chance...More
I have read about this historical landmark on a Taiwanese magazine and thus signed up for the guided tour.
This building was built in 1930 by a Japanese professor. Although it looked like the typical Japanese style of housing, it was actually a fusion of...More