Hankeng Village in Xinpu Township is the original rural area in Taiwan where dried persimmons were first produced. Because a large amount of persimmon skins are generated during the process of producing dried persimmons, thus the concept was born of combining environmental protection with the idea of refining these discarded persimmon skins produced during the processing of persimmons into a persimmon dye material for use in dyeing fabrics. The persimmon dyed fabrics are then used to make chopsticks sleeves, and unique patterned name card holders, as well as to develop a series of tea products, thereby creating value-added benefits to this Hakka Culture industry.
染材：柿汁、 薯榔、 福木、榕樹 、茜草、 藍靛、七里香、其他
材質：棉麻、蠶絲、 羊毛、 絲麻、其他
規格：L25 xH4.5 xW2.5 cm /件，共3件