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Hukurou
The patterns on these
pendants, such as rabbits and
dogs, are all hand-drawn.
Prices for elaborately-made
necklaces range between
NT$680 and NT$1,480

Hukurou
Each ring (NT$260-500 each)
has its own story drawn
on it.

Hukurou

By Lishea Zheng Translated by Angel Pu

(04) 2652-1788
3-4, Lane 39, Art (YiShu) St, Longjing Dist. (next to Rose House)
Hours: Tue-Fri 3-9 pm, Sat & Sun 1:30-9:30 pm (/closed Mondays)
Online store: www.hukurou.com.tw. Credit cards accepted for orders over NT$2,000.

"Hukurou" means "owl" in Japanese and this little store offers all kinds of goods and jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, bracelets and daily-living products from over 30 designers. Store owner Lianlian personally selects every item found in the store, which even attracts customers from as far away as Hong Kong and features a number of unique and stylish products.

Hukurou Hukurou
Left: The Owl Series (pictured, left to right) was created by the store and includes essence oil (NT$490), cups (NT$650), and an essence oil night lamp (NT$980).
Right: All sizes of hand-drawn bags, including coin purses (NT$230) and tote bags (NT$1,580), are stylish and artistic.

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