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Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop

Last updated by chris1993 at 2017/6/22

As China’s national treasure, silk has served as a bridge for communications between China and the world for thousands of years. Enjoying a history of thousands of years, Jiangnan silk boasts the mysterious silk civilization and culture.

In Roman Period, China’s Jiangnan silk had entered into the continent of Europe and was reputed as the “soft gold”. At that time, wearing silk garments became a fashion pursued by numerous people.

In Shanghai, Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop is a recommendable place to buy real silk. With antique gate and chic crimson gate post, Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop is rather like a silk museum, which is not big and even unnoticeable on the street. Actually, the site of Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop used to be an old textile machinery factory that was rebuilt into a market involving foreign interest which specializes in silk.

Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop began to open to the public in January, 2002, covering an area of over 2,500 square meters. It consists of the explanation and visit area, the silk quilt area and the clothing area. You can not only know about the origin of Chinese silk, but also watch silk production process from silkworm breeding, reeling silk to weave pongee.

That means, you can watch the whole process of how silk is produced. Besides, various styles of silk products are on display for sale in the sale hall, such as silk quilt and silk dresses. Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop is a favorite shopping area especially for foreign visitors from Europe, America and Southeast China.

Jiangnan Silk Shop and Workshop

With an antique gate and chic crimson gate posts, the shop is rather like a silk museum. It?is not big and even unnoticeable in the street. You can watch the whole process of how silk is produced. Besides, various styles of silk products are on display for sale in the sale hall, such as silk quilts and silk dresses.

Address: No.?289, Macao Road (Aomen?Lu), near Changhua Road
Opening?Hours: 09:00-17:00
Prices: High-range. Most products cost nearly 1,000 yuan and even more.
Nearby Bus/Subway Stations:
Changhua Road Macao Road bus station: Buses 64, 76, 105.
Jiangning Road subway station: Line 13.

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