The signature dish of the first eel workshop is the carmine eel, which is deeply loved by the Japanese. Only high-quality white eels that are reared in a strictly controlled, chemical-free environment are selected, and finished products are frozen during storage or delivery to ensure freshness. For marketing purposes, eel meat is sliced and made into eel skewers, eel bento, etc. In addition, DIY eel rice balls are available so one can enjoy the food farming experience from the fish pond all the way to the dining table.
The guided tour certainly features warmup games. For group visitors, the Workshop provides fear boxes with slippery eels, field eels, and loaches, respectively, for the tourists to guess which one is the eel cultured by the Workshop.
No. 1-3, Waipu, Kouhu Township, Yunlin County 653 , Taiwan (R.O.C.)