October is Membership Renewal month at Mukai. Renew your membership today! Your membership dollars go directly towards operations and programming.$10 Youth for Mukai$30 Individual$100 Friends/Family$350 Supporter$750 PatronThis place matters, and Mukai Farm & Garden exemplifies how History Lives.(And thanks to Shiela Eckman for the beautiful photo of the Mukai family house!) ... See MoreSee Less
The Wing Luke Museum will present the remarkable story of Ayame Tsutakawa, a pillar of local Japanese American culture, from 2 to 3:15 p.m. Saturday Oct. 30, on Zoom.In "Beautiful Iris: A Kibei Woman's Story," Seattle writer Mayumi Tsutakawa traces her mother Ayame's story from Los Angeles through Japan and back to the United States, where she was imprisoned during World War II. After relocating in Seattle, she worked as a performer and floral arranger, and became an integral member of the community with her husband, George Tsutakawa. Register at the Wing Luke Museum online at bit.ly/3ncxgVt. #seattleevents#winglukemusuem... See MoreSee Less
A robust community of chefs, farmers, and entrepreneurs makes Washington's tiny Vashon Island a thriving culinary hot spot. Have happy hour with llamas, buy ethical meat, drink the local perry, and re...
Wow! Hatsune Matsudaira of Koto no WA, a Franklin High School student, performs "In the Wind of Sepia" on the bass koto during the Mukai Farm & Garden's indoor event in September. Thank you Hatsune! bit.ly/3DU5lQF... See MoreSee Less
Check it out: Shiho Kurauchi, Koto Sensei and leader of the Japanese traditional music group Koto no WA, performs the koto with her student Hatsune Matsudaira in an outdoor concert at the Mukai Farm & Garden this summer. The composition is "Hey Let's Go" from Miyazaki Hayao's iconic anime film "My Neighbor Totoro." bit.ly/3aUqWMG... See MoreSee Less