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Vashon Island

Vashon Island is a picturesque rural island, only about a fifteen-minute ferry ride from the City of Seattle. The island is known for its active arts community and cultural activities, as well as for its many small farms, environmental ethic, hiking trails and a small downtown village with art galleries and restaurants. Prior to WWII, Vashon was home to many Japanese-American farmers. Today, people of Vashon are working to honor that history through the renovation of the Mukai residence, which was home to a Japanese American strawberry farmer. In addition, the Vashon Historical Society is building an exhibit that documents the Japanese American experience on Vashon Island.



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