Former Tainan Prefectural Governor's Residence, built in 1900 (Meiji 33), is mainly the residence of the Chief Executive of Tainan Office. It is also used by the Governor General of Taiwan in the Tainan Palace during the Japanese occupation period and the "Royal Park" when the Japanese royal family went out. Among them, Prince Hirohito (later Emperor Showa) who came to Taiwan at that time in 1923 had the most historical representation in this visit. The design, through the symbol of the royal family's chrysanthemum coat of arms during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan Royal Shroud's unique twin triangle elements, to the noble gold foil decal and the thin bone china material to re-design exquisite elegant governor's residence exclusive limited merchandise. In order to commemorate the official residence of the past 100 years style of foreign buildings and historic significance.
Origin / manufacturing methods
Bone China: China Tangshan / Applique: Taiwan Yingge are all through the FDA inspection norms
Size: 12.4 x 1.5 cm in diameter