Chang Yi Fang - Taipei
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A couple owned business with a rich family history in puppetry. The shop is named after the Changyiyuan troupe where the owners' father used to perform. Their passion for budaixi, or traditional Taiwanese puppetry, is evident in every detail when entering the studio/store. The puppets are all neatly arranged on the shelves each with a name card and a brief description of the characters' description and background story. All of the puppets are handmade, from the carving of each face to the ornate embroidery detail on the clothing and take approximately two months to create. There is a wide range of options for the passionate collector that covers several generations of puppetry in the Taiwanese culture. The studio is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
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