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Japanese American Remembrance Trail Tour with the Wing Luke Museum

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In the early 1900s, Seattle’s Japantown —Nihonmachi — stretched from 4th Avenue South to 23rd Avenue South, a bustling enclave of family homes and independently owned shops, grocery stores, and entertainment venues. In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor came Executive Order 9066 in 1942, which forced all persons of Japanese ancestry into concentration camps – Nihonmachi never fully recovered. This walking tour takes visitors through the past and present Nihonmachi. 

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  • When

    No upcoming dates scheduled
  • Price

    $17-$25; 4 and younger free
  • Recommended Ages

    All ages
  • Venue

    Japantown International District

    604 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA 98104
    United States