The Mukai Farm & Garden: How History Lives

Founded by Issei pioneer B.D. Mukai in 1926 as a strawberry farm, Mukai Farm & Garden today is on the National Register of Historic places with its rare heritage home, Japanese Garden, and Barreling Plant. Open and free to the public, it celebrates Vashon Island’s Japanese American and agrarian heritage. Come visit!

Presenting: "Indicator Species"

In August, Mukai Farm will collaborate with Lelavision on “Indicator Species,” a project that will feature performances and science talks organized around a 35-foot tall interactive, kinetic, and musical sculpture of a Plecoptera nymph, also known as a stonefly.

Coming soon:

Celebrate Asian culture at the 5th annual Japan Fest Saturday, September 10, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Mukai Farm & Garden.