It is a nice place to see an ancient kiln built during the Ming Dynasty (1500s). The entrance fee is 25 RMB. You can pay by AliPay or WeChat Pay. You can see a lot of ceramic/pottery. Also, there are ...
The kiln itself is impressive in structure but hard to understand unless you are an ceramic expert. What’s more interesting for us commoner visitors are the small little shops behind, where you can fi...
These ancient kilns are still in use, famous for making figurines and "mud men" used in bonsai. Called 'dragon kilns' because of how they trail up the hill, interesting to see how they work. Also, t...
The entry fee is 25rmb, which is pretty steep for such a small attraction, however I did find the kiln interesting, the surrounding alleyways very cute with some lovely spots and the pottery in the ne...
There is also a workshop in Nanfeng Guzao where you can enjoy tea and watch creative art.
Dayongtang - Located in the 500-year-old Long Kiln of Nanfeng Guzao, Shiwan, Foshan, it covers an area of 1,200 square meters and contains more than 2,000 pieces of contemporary pottery, painting, sculpture, calligraphy and folk crafts.
South China is too scarce of pottery market such as living utensils. Therefore, there is a ceramic art market concept in which the collection and education exchanges are shared by Dayongtang. I hope that in the process, we can let more people who love life get a full range of pottery, tea, flower and other aspects of life nourishment.
The Shiwan Nanfeng ancient stove, known as the Southern Taodu, was opened. The high-rise buildings stacked in layers are low-rise houses like a pure land. Some are incompatible but they are a small world.
When you walk into Shiwan, it is like a moment of entering the isolated Taohuayuan. There are fewer high-rise buildings and less bridges. The undisturbed whistle has no bad smell of gasoline and no traffic. One place.
Into the Nanfeng ancient stove, as if walking into the art gallery of ceramic culture, not only can appreciate a variety of ceramic creative products, but also can understand the history of the ceramic industry, unforgettable.
Every year in the Ceramic Art Week held in Nanfeng Guzao, after more than ten years of polishing, the activity brand of Taoyi Zhou has become a platform for the famous Foshan ceramic art exhibition and exchange. The masters of pottery from various kiln mouths all over the country gathered together to create exchanges and collide with art sparks across regions.
Ceramic Week is usually held in mid-October. Ceramic enthusiasts or weekends bring children here to experience pottery making. It is also a good pastime to understand the process of making pottery.
Entering the Nanfeng ancient stove is like walking into a large ancient courtyard. There is no sight of the busy work of the workers, but there is a bit more artistic atmosphere.
Out of the ancient kiln to walk in the ancient town of Shiwan, the streets and alleys can see the master who is concentrating on pottery. Simple tools, simple materials, through their skillful hands, there are ingenious works.
Nanfeng Kiln is located in south China's ceramics capital, Shiwan Town. It is a ceramic themed area. There are ceramic kilns that have been used since the Ming Dynasty, ceramic museums where you can learn about various ceramic cultures, ceramic parks with many ceramic sculptures on display, ceramic workshops that sell various ceramic products, and more! You can also visit the famous Shiwan doll here. In addition, there are Jiujiang Shaungzheng Museum and Xiangyunsha Museum in the scenic area, which are greatplaces to learn about traditional Chinese culture.