On the coast that glitters in the day and night, sculpt the moon’s wax and wane, dim and bright.
項鍊海岸工作室 Necklace Studio
The Amis tribe has lived in Fenbing Township, Hualien County for many years now. The necklace studio was established by three multi-talented siblings from the Makotaay Tribal Village. Er Rao, the eldest sister, single-handedly tackles singing and dancing performances, along with the cooking. The two younger brothers, Sapud and Yiyou contribute through their sculptural creations. They collected driftwood from the beach and learned woodcarving techniques from their teacher. They set up the Necklace Studio on their ancestral land next to a necklace-shaped coast. They hope to spread the traditional wood-carving craftsmanship of the Amis Tribe. They host wood-carving classes in hopes of teaching other tribesmen wood-carving craftsmanship. They later on opened a Necklace Cafe next to the Necklace Studio. Visitors can enjoy a cup of coffee while listening to the sea waves, and can take the opportunity to admire the driftwood creations.
藝術家工作室 Artist Studio
飲品、簡餐 Food and beverages
海景鞦韆 Swings with an ocean view
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- 地 址｜花蓮縣豐濱鄉石梯坪53-1號 Hualien County, Fengbin Township, Shi Ti Ping, No.53-1