Cuddle cats, make crafts, and chat with “Yi-Na” (means auntie or refers to married women in the Amis language) in the afternoon.
巫弩客木屋 O’ nok Wood House
O’nok Wood House is named after the owner, Xin-Yi’s mother. O’nok is her mother’s Amis tribe name and means “to work quietly, and contribute diligently”. Xin-Yi treasures every interaction with her customers, and will often bring out homemade snacks and drinks. She sells hand-made leather carvings and woven goods. She welcomes all travelers to stop by and learn about the traditional crafts of the Amis Tribe, and also discuss and exchange life experiences.
手縫皮件體驗 Leather-carving workshop
阿美族傳統編織小物體驗 Traditional Amis Tribe weaving workshop
手作創意甜點 Homemade snacks
- 地 址｜台東縣長濱鄉長光134-1號 Taitung County, Changbin Township, Chang-Guang, no.134-1