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No.33, Meizhou 2nd Rd., Yilan City, Yilan County Taiwán, R.O.C
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Opening Hours
08:30 ~ 18:00
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  • Tourism Factory
  • Scenic Areas

Services & Facilities

  • Dinning
  • Shopping
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Information Desk
  • Tour Guide




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4.0 69 Reviews Write a Review

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  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 1 Poor
  3. 19 Average
  4. 39 Very good
  5. 10 Excellent

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  1. 31 Families
  2. 13 Couples
  3. 1 Solo
  4. 1 Business
  5. 14 Friends
  • jovinnnnn

    Singapore, Singapore

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Accessible by Taxi

    4 2019-05

    Shop was rather far out and required a taxi ride in and out of the area as buses were limited (average waiting time of 30-45min). They have 2 buildings, one for workshops and the other, a retail. Items were limited to mostly to Jams, Juices and pickled items but they all tasted really fresh and good. Prices are not too expensive too considering it is a specialty store. Store-front provides a free dispenser for Kumquat Tea of sorts and staff will assist in booking of taxi too.
  • LawrenceFu


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    DIY and shopping at AGRIOZ YiLan

    4 2017-12

    My Daughter (15) and I had a great time with the DIY, as it's with the candied fruits that my wife like to eat. We also shopped at the gift shop and found some other preserved fruits and cakes. Tip: this is a good stop to combine with the visit to Rden cake shop along the same road.
  • LynnC2551

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    3 2017-12

    Good for bonding with your family but duration is short. spent about 30mins or less to do the acivity and is rather simple. paid NT$150 per person to do and bring home a bottle of the DIY but must consumed within 10 days
  • Mark G

    Singapore, Singapore

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    Quaint place and a relaxing visit

    4 2017-03

    Agrioz Candied Fruit Museum is a quaint factory-museum-cafe place. We visited this place on a weekday afternoon and it was serenely quiet. Our cab driver informed that a second generation had taken over this place and renovated it, and it was rather telling. There is a nice cafe alongside a workshop space with ornaments of past years and tables for DIY kumquat (Fortunella japonica) making sessions. For NT$150 per person, you can make a small jar of kumquat to bring home. You will be given some of the fruits and a fruit cutter to slice the fruits and mix it with sugar and salt to form a sweet/salty/sour contortion that is refreshing on a hot day or after meals. Staff is friendly and helpful. There is also a shop selling kumquat products, from preserved fruit to jam to ice cream. It's a lovely place to stop by for an hour, and kids will love the DIY sessions.
  • Kathy583

    Boston, Massachusetts

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Visited and DIY candied Kumquart

    4 2017-01

    We have visited this place couple times before, never disappointed, they always have new stuff for us to learn, to taste their candied kumquart. It is a very pleasant to spend 2 hours here in the shop and cafe. No public transportation, you need a car or hire a taxi to visit place.

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