Kitchen Alley is a typical representative of many historical and cultural streets in Ganzhou. Kitchen Alley was called Jiangjiaxiang in Ming Dynasty. In the early Qing Dynasty, many government servants lived here, and the uniform clothes they wore were black clothes, called soap color. So some people called them soap service, and their place of residence was called "Zaorexiang". Later, the homophony became "Kitchen Lane". Kitchen Alley is located in the eastern part of the old urban area of Ganzhou City. It is one of the six streets of Ganzhou in the Song Dynasty. Lane length 218 meters, irregular path. The Ming Dynasty was called Jiangjiaxiang. In the early Qing Dynasty, because many people lived in the alley, the later homophonic sound was called kitchen alley. Zaoer Lane is near the Jianchunmen Wharf of Gongjiang River, which is the most prosperous section of Guqianzhou. The block retains the complete style of Hakka houses after the Qing Dynasty. Among them are academies, hotels, shops, workshops, inns, monasteries, Qianzhuang and other ancient Hakka buildings. Kitchen alley has a variety of architectural styles, simple and solemn archways facing the street, smooth cobblestone pavement, scattered volcanic walls, ancient gray doors, high traditional doors and extraordinary momentum of deep house courtyard, all of which show the charming charm of Kitchen Alley.
Ganzhou Kitchen Lane is near Jianchunmen, the lane is not long, retaining the ancient and simple atmosphere. Stepping on the slate road, walking in the evening, I feel the breath of history more. The "Dongfu" in the lane manages Hakka dishes. The taste and price are good. It is recommended. There is a bus stop at the entrance of the kitchen lane, which is very convenient.
Before coming to Ganzhou, I probably noticed the situation in the city. Because the time of coming out was not very early, I was not sure if I could catch up with the kitchen alley to see it. However, it was good to find a restaurant in the kitchen alley, so I came here. It was about five o'clock in the afternoon. At this time, the sun was slowly descending, so the light was not very good, but it was not very good. Unexpectedly, this situation is even more quiet in this lane. It only came in through several neighborhoods from the outside. Many buildings on the outside of the lane are relatively old. The lanes are not particularly long, but there is a small area in total. The sewers used to be rebuilt here are not waterlogged even now. It can be seen that the construction technology of the Ming and Qing Dynasties was quite strong. Every house here has some feeling, some are accessible, most of them are now empty, because this area is ready to be transformed into a historic tourist area. By 6 o'clock in the evening, this area will turn on the lights. This kind of scene is a little like the feeling in Pingyao ancient city. There are still many big families, not many people, suitable for taking photos here. 。
The streets and alleys of Zaoer Lane have many representative buildings from the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China. The architectural style of Zaoer Lane includes both Hakka buildings in southern Jiangxi Province and Hui-style buildings with meticulous and meticulous work. At the same time, there are obvious buildings with architectural styles in Ji'an and Nanchang and typical Western-style buildings. The main buildings in Zaoer Lane are shops, workshops, hotels, Qianzhuang, Ya-shu, and so on. Dwellings.
Free. As an architecture student, I especially like it here. The buildings here include Hakka architecture in southern Jiangxi, patio architecture in central Jiangxi, Hui architecture and Western architecture, which are antique and good places for photography. There is also a Dong Fu in it. It has a good place to eat. The building is well preserved. Without too much transformation, the dishes can also be served. The main dishes are Hakka dishes. The price is 45-50 per capita. The weight is enough and the taste is delicious. Personally, I prefer stewed beef and shredded fish. It's a pity that my parents didn't take good pictures.
Song Shiming brick and tile, Hui style of architecture, profound cultural connotation!
Driving a donkey with Mr. Guo, the kitchen alley and lane that I came to admire are very short, but I went to Dong Fu to eat authentic Hakka dishes. The environment of the mansion is not bad. The first time I saw the courtyard building, I had a very historical feeling. I imagined that if it could rain a little, standing under the eaves, watching the dripping rain and the Hui style buildings, I really felt like a man in an ancient mansion. Man, beside him is a master Guo. The maid of our Guofu mansion serves us food.
The total length of the kitchen alley is more than 700 meters. In a small, unremarkable alley, there is an unspeakable feeling. It's primitive. There is also a restaurant in it. Its name has been forgotten. It's just lunch time. It's a pity that when I got up late, I just finished my meal, otherwise I would like to try it.