Some of the best museums in China are not only mouth-watering, but also the best in the world

2022-06-04 0 By

Every city has several museums, which bring together the long-established Chinese civilization and carry the extensive and profound traditional culture. They are the most direct places for people to comprehensively and quickly learn the history of a city.There are many kinds of museums, such as history, art, science and technology, and general and so on.The items on display are also classified and multifarious. Let’s leave aside the jade, gold, silver, ancient books, calligraphy and paintings unearthed from the ruins. There are also some “bizarre” special exhibits, which are really amazing, such as umbrellas, water carts, tea leaves and so on.Today we’ll check in a few special museums that are guaranteed to make your mouth water.Speaking of Chinese cuisine, it can be said that it has a long history and profound accumulation. No matter how many dishes are invented, or how to cook them, China is far behind other countries. Even five of the nine “Capitals of World Cuisine” awarded by UNESCO are exclusively held by China.And China Huaiyang Cuisine Culture Museum, is located in China’s fifth city won this award – Jiangsu Huaian.We know that Huaian is known as the “Hometown of Huaiyang Cuisine in China”, and Huaiyang cuisine is regarded as the benchmark cuisine of the “first banquet of the founding of The People’s Republic of China”, and is known as “the best cuisine in southeast China and the best beauty in the world”.As the largest cultural museum with the theme of cuisine in China, Huaiyang Cuisine Culture Museum is an important window and research base for spreading Huaiyang cuisine culture, integrating knowledge, interest and experience.Through a series of exhibits and modern high-tech, the museum reproduces huaiyang famous dishes, exquisite dishes, brilliant history, and traditional production techniques, fully demonstrating the profound cultural deposits of huaiyang cuisine.When you come to ancient Huizhou, where Confucianism is unique, you can not only appreciate the ancient Architecture of Huizhou style, feel the extensive and profound Huizhou culture, but also taste the huizhou cuisine suitable for both the north and the south.Hui cuisine originated in the Tang and Song dynasties and flourished in the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is one of the eight major Cuisines in China and is famous for its rigorous selection of ingredients, nourishing one’s body with food, emphasis on culture and uniqueness.Legend has it that Emperor Qianlong was deeply infatuated with Hui cuisine during his six trips to the South of the Yangtze River. The “red beak and green Parrot” made by crape myrtle in My Return of Pearls Is one of the distinctive local dishes of Huizhou.Located in huangshan City, Anhui Province, which is famous for its beautiful mountains, The Museum is an important platform to promote and spread Anhui cuisine culture.There are not only the time-honored Hui cuisine culture and banquet culture in the museum, but also the display and introduction of the tribute menu. There are also special venues for displaying the famous smelly mandarin fish.Here you can understand the knowledge and history of Anhui cuisine, also can learn to make anhui cuisine skills, but also can taste the most authentic Anhui cuisine dinner.As the saying goes, “Eat in China, taste in Sichuan.”Chengdu, the world famous tourist city tianfu, is the reason why countless people yearn for it, in addition to its comfortable and lazy fireworks, and that is the unique Sichuan cuisine.Chengdu is the first City in Asia to be awarded the title of “Gastronomic City” by the United Nations.As we all know, Sichuan cuisine combines the characteristics of southeast, northwest and southeast, and is the epitomization of Chinese cuisine. It has a wide range of materials, diverse dishes, equal emphasis on alcohol and flavor, so that almost everyone who has tasted it is full of praise for it.Located in the ancient town of Pixian county, Chengdu, Sichuan Cuisine Museum is not only the world’s only living theme museum with cuisine culture as its display content, but also a perfect platform for inheriting Sichuan cuisine cultural traditions and promoting Sichuan local culture.There are 4 million yuan worth of kimchi jars, the largest zao Wang temple in China, and handmade douban with ancient methods in the Qing Dynasty. You can also taste the color, aroma and shape of Sichuan food with your nose and mouth, and experience the pleasure of making Sichuan food by yourself.Finally, the food museum is slightly different from the previous ones. It does not exist in the beautiful and magnificent architectural venues, but hidden in the busy streets and lanes. It is located in the North of the Zhongshan Gate of xi ‘an City Wall, shuncheng Lane, Shaanxi Intangible Cultural Heritage Food Museum, also known as Yongxing Fang.We know there are numerous delicacies and snacks in Xi ‘an, among which the most famous one is Yongxing Square and Hui People Street.It is the first block with intangible cultural heritage cuisine as the theme in China, bringing together the characteristic intangible cultural heritage cuisine from 11 urban districts and 107 districts and counties in Shaanxi, and was selected as one of the “Top ten Gourmet Streets” by netizens nationwide.In addition to learning about shaanxi’s extensive food culture, visitors can also enjoy local handmade folk art performances, demonstrations of folk food processing workshops, and even the mouth-watering imitation food models that you can turn your head to the other side to devour.