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About Jingdezhen

Through its streets suffer from the polluting effects of the numerous porcelain factories dotting the city center. This scruffy city is worth a visit for its cultural and industrial importance to the country. Having produced porcelain for nearly two thousand years, Jingdezhen today houses one of the world's most impressive collections of Chinese ceramic art and artifacts. More than 30 historical ruins connected to porcelain production have been found in the city, including the ancient Hutian kiln and the royal kilns in the Ming and Qing Dynasty. Stop by the Ceramic History Museum, Porcelain Street, China Porcelain Garden or the Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute to learn the most about the local ceramics collection. Get a taste of local flavor by sampling Jiaoziba, a spicy dumpling prevalent in this region.

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Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum
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Cultural Experiencial Area
The Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum is located in Jiangxi's Jingde Town. The two primary display areas are an exhibition of historical kilns and a display of local folk ceramics. Visitors can see ancient kilns in styles from the Song through Qing Dynasties. They will also be able to see reproductions of Jingdezhen Porcelains from the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as listen to unique musical performances on porcelain and ceramic instruments. So that visitors will have the opportunity to better understand the Jingde Town culture of ceramics, many of the buildings within the scenic area have been built in the traditional style. There are also a number of workshops in the scenic area where visitors can pay a small fee and get the opportunity to participate in ceramics production.
Yaoli Destination
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Ancient Settlement
The Yaoli tourist destination, located just Northeast of Jingde Village, was called the "Kiln" in ancient times, and is hailed as the birthplace of Jingde Village ceramics. Here we can find the quiet remains of many old Huizhou style buildings, as well as beautiful ecological landscape, and the imprints of the prosperous local ceramics industry. The destination includes five scattered scenic regions, including the highly recommended Wang Lake. This area has appeared in several movies, featuring its ancient architecture, and beautiful scenery full of forests and waterfalls.
Fuliang Former County Government
988 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Architecture
Fuliang County Gujing Scenic Area is located in the north of Jingdezhen. It is a well-preserved Wupin County in the Qing Dynasty. The two sides of the central axis of the county are symmetrically distributed with the military grain storage, school yard, cell and other institutions, which are very complete. Along the way, you can learn about the setup and function of many ancient county institutions. Here, not only can you see a complete county-level institution, but also a real person who plays a bridge like the "public court case" in the costume drama. It is quite interesting.
Jingdezhen Ceramics Archaeological Research Center
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Exhibition Hall
The Jingdezhen Ceramics Archaeological Research Center contains rich historical artefacts, including the ruins of the imperial kiln from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the remains of kiln furnaces, roads and more. After years of archaeological digs, the ruins of the gourd-shaped kilns of the Ming Dynasty, late Qing Dynasty and early Warlord Era have all been uncovered. The center’s Longzhu Pavilion features a miniature model of the “Yuyao Factory”, a reproduction of the glorious scene of the old Royal Kiln.

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Sanbao Porcelain Valley Tour Guide | Speaking of Sanbao Porcelain Valley, do you think that only ceramics? Haha, you are too ignorant! Do you know that in addition to ceramics, there are antique homestays, authentic Jingdezhen specialties, modern and creative Sanbao Peng, and the leisurely Maanling New Countryside. Of course, the most famous is the work in Sanbao Porcelain Valley. The room is designed and produced with special ceramic living utensils. Here you will feel the slow pace in your fast life. [Geography] Sambo International Porcelain Valley is located in the southeastern foothills of Jingdezhen Town in Jingdezhen City. The total length is about 10 kilometers. Here, the mountain ring is surrounded by water and the peak turns with the valley. It is far away from the hustle and the environment is elegant. The powder wall is tiled and neat, and a flat and wide asphalt road stretches far into the distance. There are Jingfu and Jinggui and other domestic and foreign artists, makers, entrepreneurs, Luode Jingdezhen Ceramic Design Center, Sanbao Peng Art Set, Zhenrutang, Xianyunju, International Pottery Village, specialty B&B, food and more. [Porcelain dry goods] Many ceramic masters and professor studios have been established in Sanbao Village. Some ceramic brands have also set off from here, and have entered the domestic and overseas markets, the prosperity of ceramic hand-made, let Sanbao Village It is another place for ceramic workers and enthusiasts who come to Jingdezhen to pilgrimage. , is a characteristic traditional ceramic handicraft company located on the ancient kiln site of Hutian, where the natural landscape is used to carry out the extension of the mountainous water belt. The combination of architecture, landscape, art and ecology has been included in the Jiangxi Cultural Industry Demonstration Base, the Intangible Cultural Heritage Production Protection Base of Jingdezhen City, and the Human Resources Department Student Training Demonstration Base. Sambo International Ceramics Village Sambo International Ceramics Village is a place for the study of ceramic art and exchange of leisure and tourism. It is located in Jingdezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute. There are exhibitions to see here, which is a "museum" that can satisfy you to eat, live, play and watch. [Attraction Guide] Sanbao Peng Art Set Sanbao Peng was designed by three artists Wu Hailong, Liu Yang and Li Tao. At the end of 2017, the Sanbao Peng Art Center was awarded the Best Cultural Architecture of 2017 by the American AAP. The art museum of earthenware is lined up in the valley, and 150 meters continues the earth wall that grows from the earth. Passing through a piece of wood, coming to the dark and deep big house, the sound of the stream gradually fell into the ear, and it was isolated from the water, slowly and physically or nervously or relaxed. The light gradually became brighter, the front was farther, there was something, but it was heard. Unclear and unclear, full of expectation and imagination. Maanling Maanling Village is a natural village in the Sanbao International Porcelain Valley. It has a resident population of 42 households with 156 people. The natural environment is beautiful and the ceramic mineral resources are rich. The flat slate road is spotless, the hills are flanked by mountains, and the green mountains reveal little stars or pink or red flowers. There are some village houses in front of the mountain. Although they do not have the style of everyone, they have the gentleness of Xiaojiabiyu. A creek will wait until the weather gets warmer, and the flowers on both sides of the road will continue to bloom. At that time, it will extend to the Shilihuaxi Park in Maanling Village. [Traffic] In the urban area, take bus No. 15, 27, K35 and K26 to 602 (Hutian Qiaotou). Of course, you can also choose to travel by dit.
Posted: Oct 21, 2019
Jingdezhen Sculpture Porcelain Factory Punch Raiders | Chaowenyi Jingdezhen Sculpture Porcelain Factory was one of the top ten state-owned porcelain factories in Jingdezhen. Later it was reorganized and merged, and it has become a creative industrial park. The old factory was divided into workshops and ceramic shops with different functions. There are public gas kiln and complete pottery equipment, so many potter's studios are located here. The band sculpture porcelain factory is also the most active place for the "Feng Hua" family. On weekends, various pottery artists set up stalls in the sculpture porcelain factory to sell and display their creative handmade ceramic works, forming a special market in Jingdezhen Weekend Creative Market. This door has a sign that tells visitors that the car can't stop at the factory on Saturday and Sunday, because there are two markets on Saturday and Sunday every week, and Saturday morning is the Lotte Pottery Creative Market. "Sunday morning is the "Ming Qing Garden Market". The two sides of are actually the old factory buildings, but they are divided into workshops and ceramic shops with different functions, and some studios are set here. According to my observations and the boss of this street, the daily shops here are mainly wholesale, and the prices are relatively close to the people. There are some special items at the door of each store. Some of the shops with more characteristics are more personalized, and the price is slightly higher. Today I saw a pot, the phone has not been bought yet. Walking around the market is one of the original driving forces of my trip to Jingdezhen. If you don't like the medium-sized products, then the market will definitely satisfy you. And many manual workers will go to the stalls, and they can buy more than just porcelain. For example, coffee cups and plates with good-looking patterns, soft and cute little ornaments, handmade handbags, handmade jewellery clothes, and even tree root wood chips. The admission criteria for the Ming and Qing dynasty market are relatively broad, and the young and middle-aged staff will have more works, as well as many antique tea props, as well as some cheaper gadgets. Address: 139 Xinchang East Road
Posted: Oct 21, 2019