Syakaro Police Post is stationed on the south-facing long ridge, east side of Mount Mingdouyo, about 1,510 meters above sea level. Before the Syakaro Historic Trail was opened by the Governor-General in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation, the police post was the most penetrating official force in the mountain. In the early days of Japanese rule, the Governor-General set up the Syakaro Aiyong Supervision Office, and then in 1922 the Syakaro Police Post was set up with more than 20 guards. In the post-war period, the National Government changed its name to Shilu Police Station.
To date, there are two parts of the former police post remaining on the site. The upper part remains the rammed earthen walls of the patrolling officer dormitory. The roof of the police post has collapsed and is unusable.
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