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Open Seattle Japanese Language and Culture Meetup

As Hiromi and Jason are adjusting to a new baby, Ayako and/or Daniel are stepping up this week to make sure people can eat some nifty Thai food on upper Queen Anne.

This location is capable of handling about 20-24 people, so we will have a space limit and, if necessary, waiting list. Please make sure you keep your RSVP up-to-date; being a no-show or coming without RSVPing is particularly challenging for a venue this small.

Because we are in a small restaurant, food will be ordered ahead of time. If any of you are vegetarian or have special dietary concerns, please make a note of it in your RSVP. Since Jason is not hosting, the institutional memory of who can eat what is not available; make sure your restrictions are known to the event hosts.

Please bring plenty of green American dollars in cash. Pricing is reasonable; expect $18-24/person for food after tax and tip, plus whatever you choose to drink.

Bus access is easiest with routes 3, 4 or 13. Street parking is usually pretty manageable within a few blocks of this area.

Nijikai may be at Sully's or the Paragon.

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  • Zachary D.

    It was fun. I love tofu, but I think the food this time may have been a bit too vegetarian. Now for my obligatory haiku to remember the night by.

    January 11, 2013

  • Zachary D.


    January 9, 2013

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Seattle, WA

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