The plaque for storing incense is based on the calligraphy left by Mr. Fu Shan in a wine shop in Dongzhanquan, Jiexiu City in the Qing Dynasty. Jiexiu County Chronicles record: "Kangxi Xinyou, Qingzhu traveled to Qifen, arrived in April, re-books and Taoist monuments. After all the visits to Mianshang, the habitation is late here, the rise and the book." Fu Shan, Ming and Qing Dynasties On the occasion of a famous thinker, calligrapher, and medical scientist. Li Zhimin, a professor at Peking University, commented on his calligraphy as "amidst the blooming and unrestrained, but also the state of Yiyan." Isn't that the case for the three words "storing incense and scoop"? The scoop for storing incense is the appearance of a gourd cut into two. The gourd is a homonym for Fulu, and ordinary people often plant it in the garden. The scoop can hold wine, so the restaurant named the scoop. Both the environment and the food in the incense storage scoop are characterized by the simplicity and authenticity.
There is an ancient restaurant in the village, which is called a scented scoop. Zi Zhan's poem says: The big scoop is stored in the moon and returns to the spring urn, and the small scoop divides into the night bottle. Kangxi Xinyou, Qingzhu traveled to Qifen, and arrived in April in April. After all the visits to Mian Shang, the dwelling is later than this, and the book is written in prosperity. The dipper is also the gourd; the gourd is commonly called the gourd. With the homophonic Fulu, the courtyard is planted more. Cut it into a scoop to hold the mash, hence the name to store incense. Confucius said: The sage returns, eats and drinks, in the alleys, people are unbearable and will not change their joy. Then he said: You never tire of eating, and you never tire of eating. Therefore, gentlemen are frugal and extravagant. Although the food is simple, their preparation does not want to be rough; the taste of common vegetables must be delicious. The remote soil often has the most flavor, and there is no shortage of good old people. To be simple is to be mellow, and to be vulgar is to be elegant, which is also called.