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!

Our Haiku Festival has ended

However, you can vote online for your favorite poem submitted to us for the contest. Individually calligraphed entries will be displayed throughout the Mukai Farm & Garden property.  Visitors are encouraged to vote for their favorite haiku in the People's Choice award online or at the kiosk on our grounds.