Shu Shin Bou Kirigkure (手信霧隱城)
Shou Xin Fang started off as an OEM food manufacturer and built a food empire with its own brand that produces traditional Taiwanese mochi and exquisite Japanese desserts. Given the goal of building a long-lasting, centennial business, Shou Xin Fang opened its own tourism factory to promote dessert cultures, add value to its products, and enable Taiwanese people to taste the most authentic wagashi without traveling abroad. Inside Shu Shin Bou Kirigkure, visitors can not only buy a variety of fresh and delicate pastries, but they can also watch how the entire production process ensures an authentic taste of Japan by utilizing fully automated pastry production equipment and ingredients imported from Japan.
Through such an extraordinary space, Shou Xin Fang aims to create an even more comprehensive experience that enhances the company’s brand image.
Kirigkure’s Energy of Kuroha – An Undefeated Legend
Upon arrival at the tourism factory’s main entrance, one can instantly feel the fortress’ magnificence. Inside the courtyard, the Japanese landscaping will make you feel as though you are at the foot of Mount Fuji, which makes it perfect for visitors to make a brief stop, take photos for social media, or enjoy some great views. Once entering the lobby, almost every visitor feels amazed by the imposing atmosphere created by the enormous helmet and armor of the samurai, castle gate, and elevated vertical space. Along with the traditional Japanese folk music playing in the background, it would not be unreasonable to say that one is in an actual Japanese old town. The entire castle is enticing because visitors can stroll through streets recreated from Japan’s Edo Period and walk through a replica of the Thousands of Torii Gate at Fushimi Inari Taisha. There are also ninjas who hide and climb on rooftops that seem like they might unexpectedly appear in front of you. Furthermore, a statue of Tengu that is taller than people, creates a mysterious mood that fully immerses visitors in the mesmerizing experience.
Additionally, visitors should not miss out on the souvenir street recreated from Japan’s Hanamikoji Street. Every product sold there is popular within and outside of Taiwan. They are also both delicious and pleasant to the sight. If visitors ever need a break from the tour, they can also order and enjoy some Japanese food and dessert from the teahouse’s set menu. Visiting Shu Shin Bou Kirigkure will bring you straight to Japan within seconds.
- Introductory Lecture
- Bus Station
- Parking Lot
￭ To align with epidemic prevention measures, visitors are required to register personal contact information and have their body temperatures taken upon entry.
￭ Shu Shin Bou Kirigkure is a food product tourism factory. Pets (i.e., dogs, cats, birds, etc.) are not allowed inside.