Tianzifang is an arts and crafts enclave developed from a renovated residential area in the former French Concession part of Shanghai. It has become a major tourist attraction featuring more than 200 diverse small businesses such as cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries, craft stores, design houses, and studios. Part of the appeal comes from Tianzifang having retained its residential feel. The narrow alleyways and traditional Shikumen architecture are things you will not want to miss.
Forget how many times I came to Shanghai, but at the suggestion of my friends, I did not go to Wukang Road this time. Instead, I came to Tianzifang for the first time, like Wudaoying, but with more stores and labyrinths. Fortunately, Baidu Map is correct. Like Daqiang Mother, the shop sells a lot of hand-made creative cotton and hemp products, small bags, cloth mats, accessories, tea, porcelain, wood products, bed sheets... Smoking is comfortable, the atmosphere is quiet and tranquil, and many Buddhist books are recited by affinity. At first glance, the boss is the man in this way, but he does not overdo it. The clerk was kind enough to let me take pictures. Go straight along the south gate and see this cotton and hemp product shop. I like the style very much. The color is bright and natural. I even sell mini-packed wine. It's suitable for buying and delivering people. There are also outdoor eaves of the small tea house location, very comfortable. Because I saw it was a design class, I asked if I could take a picture. The clerk was very kind to say yes, which was beyond my expectati