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- No. 176-No. 243, Sec. 1, Zhonghua Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Monday: open 24 hours
Tuesday: open 24 hours
Wednesday: open 24 hours
Thursday: open 24 hours
Friday: open 24 hours
Saturday: open 24 hours
Services & Facilities
G Songshan-Xindian Line Ximen
Superb tea houseon this square there is not too much of interest but the teahouse feels like real japan (yes, i have been there) and is great!
Quiet parkNice stairs to take pictures , nice small Japanese architeture and a cafe. a few steps from Ximen exit 1.
Serene Park at Ximen MRTIt’s a serene green area integrating the restored remains of a Japanese Buddhist temple. Good for a nice stroll after your get out of Ximen MRT before heading off to the bustling Ximemgting night market.
Greater Melbourne, Australia
Interesting Temple RemainsThis was an interesting Japanese style area with the remains of the temple which was once the largest Japanese Buddhist monastery in Taipei. It is an open area with a number of buildings and worth a visit if you are passing by.
Hong Kong, China
Not a must-go placeThe Square is nearby Ximen MRT Station. This is a historical site showing the restored Japanese style buildings and is surrounded by tall buildings nearby. The Square is well maintained, calm and quiet, with very few visitors. During our visit there was an exhibition on the history of Taiwanese movies in the main building and it’s free for entrance. The exhibits were fairly simple and not many. It was a sunny humid day and we felt very hot and sweat through as there was little shade in the Square, except inside the main building where there was air conditioning! There was a small tea house serving Japanese tea (the Rinbansyo) in the Square. Apparently this is not a must-go sightseeing spot but perhaps good for those who are fond of Japanese architecture, or for those have plenty of time to get a place for brief stay.
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