Yongxiangtang, also known as "Kirin Hall", is located in the middle of Long Lane. It was built in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty and rebuilt in the Qing Dynasty. The seat faces west. It is 10 meters wide and 17 meters deep. Divided into two halls. The front hall has a patio close to the front wall, and the front wall is used as a screen wall. There is a brick forehead of "Yunhan Wei Zhang" on the top, and figures of various shapes are piled up around the brick forehead. The middle and lower part of the photo wall is inlaid with a 100 cm high and 80 cm wide stacked unicorn. The unicorn is a dragon head, a deer body and an ox tail. The forelimbs rise, the back half collapses, wearing a colorful ribbon, and looking back at the sun standing on the top left of the waves surrounded by flames, to form a unicorn looking at the sun, its craftsmanship is simple and thick, and its shape is exaggerated. The dynamic art of auspicious posture is superb, and the wooden plaque of "Yongxiangtang" is hung in the hall.