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Sun Aug 14, 2022, 08:40 PM

Seattle's Japantown holds first annual block party since pandemic began

Crowds took to the streets of Seattle's Japantown Saturday, as part of the neighborhood's annual block party. It's the first time the neighborhood has hosted the event since the pandemic started in 2019.

"Hai! Japantown," the annual block party in the historic neighborhood, is back again and going by its own beat.

"Today is about bringing all of the different generations to feast together, to celebrate together, to dance together," said JoŽl Barraquiel Tan, the executive director of the Wing Luke Museum.

The Wing Luke Museum is one of the many entities that helped organize this week-long celebration that organizers believe will bring thousands of visitors.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/smart-living/seattle-s-japantown-holds-first-annual-block-party-since-pandemic-began/ar-AA10EnI9

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