No. 2, Kuagang Road, Su’ao Township, Yilan County.
“Nanfang’ao Fishing Culture Museum” used to be the barracks for the coastal defense guards under military jurisdiction. The history of military buildings in Nanfang’ao dates back to the martial-law period. Coastal defense facilities were also found in Nanxing(南興) and Nanjian(南建) villages in earlier times.
To improve Taiwan’s macroeconomic development, the government planned and implemented the “Ten Major Construction Projects” in 1974. The Su’ao port was also built at this time. To maintain public order in the southern embankment area during port construction, flatland was reclaimed along the cliff north of Tofu Cape to build a barrack for the coastal defense guards of the Taiwan Garrison Command. The barracks for the coastal defense guards is what today’s Nanfang’ao Fishing Culture Museum.