Shuili Snake Kiln Ceramics Cultural Park

The Shuili Snake Kiln, located in Shuili Township, Nantou County, Taiwan, is a century-old pottery kiln. Its brand story is deeply influenced by historical, cultural, and modern elements. Currently spanning four generations, the Snake Kiln has not significantly altered the appearance of the old cultural heritage. The sight that greets the eyes resembles stepping into a corridor of time, preserving the traces of many old factory buildings. The wooden brick architecture seamlessly integrates with ceramic embellishments, while maintaining a commitment to craftsmanship and ancient techniques, exuding a genuine sense of culture seemingly impervious to the impact of time.

Though it has undergone transitions through its first founding in 1927, flourishing in the second generation in 1950, transforming in the third generation in 1993, and diversifying in the fourth generation in 2020, each successive generation raised beside the kiln has sparked topics that captivate attention in their respective eras. With each generation dedicated to the inheritance of an art, this brand has continued to expand while steadfastly adhering to the excellence of traditional craftsmanship, radiating brilliance to this day.


Shuili Snake Kiln Ceramics Cultural Park

ceramic centre - residency

Country, region
Chinese Taipei