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Liubiju hundred years old Beijing Dashanlan site re – Property – people.com.cn original title: Liubiju hundred years old Zhang Dashanlan site of Washington (reporter Dong Xin correspondent Cao Lei) yesterday, after one hundred years of the Liubiju shop, located in Xicheng District, Dashanlan street food shop No. 3, the site re opened. Zhang old restored to "special sauce cabbage" as the representative of a number of classic traditional Liubiju pickles varieties, the company’s "Golden Lion", "Longmen" and other time-honored brand products have also been settled. Liubiju was founded in the Ming Jiajing nine years (AD 1530), has been 486 years of history, is one of the famous, the time-honored city known to every family. Liubiju Jiangyuan Qianmen Street food store is located in No. 3, the facade of the house is a wooden structure Chinese antique, 1994 – historical remains, antique architectural style. The shop is hanging "Liubiju" large gold plaque, handed down from the Ming Dynasty Prime Minister Yan Songzhi hand, although the number of disaster was still intact, has now become a rarity. According to the relevant person in charge of Dashanlan street, Liubiju company lasted two years will shop renovation, now brings together "Liubiju" brand series of high-quality pickles, sauces and seasoning products, in particular to restore "sweet cabbage" as the representative of a number of classic traditional varieties of pickles, and provide several tourist gift products and packaging. Liubiju’s "Golden Lion", "Longmen" and other time-honored brand products have also been settled. Today, 8:30 19:30 opened shop every day, year-round. In addition, located in the old two storey pickles museum is being built, is expected to open next year. The development course of the museum will reproduce the Chinese pickle industry and the time-honored liubiju. Reporter Wei Tong photography (commissioning editor Zhu Jiang and Wu Zhenguo)相关的主题文章:

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