2 hundred metres long, Hang Quat Street formerly contained workshops that produced fans and sold imported fans. Fan making was brought here by people from the Dao Xa village, An Thi district, in Hung Yen province. They established a communal house to worship the Dao family ancestor of fan making which is now at No.4 and called the Xuan Phien Thi ( spring fair fan) communal house
No.64 is the Dau ( mulberry) temple and No.43 is the first private shool providing contining education in Hanoi which was name after the scholar Nguyen Van To ( it is also called the Tri Tri School). The final section of Hang Quat Street used to be Hang Dan Street, where different types of Vietnamese lutes and religious objects were produced and sold.
Hang Quat today is the place to buy altars, costumes, wedding items and flags for funerals and festivals.
- Hang Hom Street ( Trunk Street)
- Hang Manh Street ( Bamboo Blinds Street)
- Hang Non Street ( Conical Hat Street)
- Hang Thiec Street ( Tin Street)
- Hang Bo Street ( Bamboo Basket Street)
- Bat Dan Street ( Porcelain Bowl Street)
- Hang Bong Street ( Cotton Street)
- Hang Dieu Street ( Tobacco Pipe Street)
- Hang Cot Street (Bamboo Lattice Street)
- Hang Vai Street (Fabric Street )