1. I know I’ve ordered it a couple times, but I can’t remember if it was from Koji Osakaya (on the Harbor Steps) or Okinawa Teriyaki (across from Ivar’s on Alaskan Way). I’m sure you can get it at almost any teriyaki place, and you know you have lots to choose from. I remember though, it was really good when I was sick with a cold.

  2. sharlyn

    All that comes to mind is Ezogiku on Robson (in Vancouver). When I have a craving, I usually settle for Sea Garden’s duck noodle soup.

  3. I’m sorry I don’t have any advice, I just had to express my adoration for Tampopo. I loved it! And boy did it make me hungry. 🙂

  4. noriko

    Hello! I’ve been reading your blog for a while now… I live in Seattle too and I have a recommendation for yummy ramen. Fu Lin in International district. http://www.seattleweekly.com/food/restaurants/fulin.php

    Just a block from Uwajimaya. My husband and I went there for dinner tonight and everything was really yummy! Just like ramen I used to eat in Japan. I hope you enojoy their ramen, too 🙂

    STEF: Thanks Noriko, I am looking forward to trying it!

  5. Ojiisan

    Not aware of any exclusively ramen Japanese restuarants in Western Washington. Both Bush Garden and Takohachi in the International District serve ramen among other Japanese items.

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