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Shu Shin Bou Wagashi Museum
Wagashi are symbolic of Japan’s cake culture and art. To introduce these treats, Shu Shin Bou has constructed a tourism factory that highlights the history of wagashi, the culture associated with them, and the production apparatus. There are also DIY activities where children and adults can display their creativity by making wagashi or learning the steps of mochi production.
The bridge is 128 meters in length, and is the junction bridge between Shifen Village and Nanshan Village. Constructed in 1947, the bridge was used for the transportation of coalmine back then. After mining has stopped, it has been renovated and repurposed as the bridge for pedestrians. It is located close to Shifen Station and the old street, with Keelung River beneath it, and the blue-white colored bridge hence became a popular spot for visitors to take photos with.