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Mukai

This short, 2-mile side trip takes you to the Mukai Farmstead and Garden, a historic berry farming operation established by Japanese Americans that also contains a formal Japanese garden.

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The Mukai Farmstead and Garden was established in 1926, when the Mukai family purchased property just west of the Vashon commercial core to expand their strawberry farming operation. The family built a residence and numerous outbuildings related to their fruit production and processing. They also cultivated fields for berries, grew a small kitchen garden, and established a formal Japanese garden. The Mukai Farmstead and Garden is significant for several reasons:...

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Mukai House

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Barreling Plant

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Japanese Garden

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Agricultural Fields

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