Mukai Farm & Garden will commemorate the 80th Day of Exile with a remembrance ceremony honoring the Japanese American families who were forcibly removed from Vashon Island and sent to detention camps in 1942. Visitors will be invited to hold name tags of those who were sent to internment camps while Paula Wong and Abbott Koshin Cain of the Puget Sound Zen Center ring temple bells and offer blessings. The ceremony will also unveil a new artwork by Seattle-based artist Lauren Iida, who drew from her Japanese American ancestors' household photographs as reference.
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