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For instance, Seattle Tzu Chi sends volunteers to area nursing homes to bring love and connection to the elderly, and also sends people to visit the elderly in their homes.Local Tzu Chi volunteers regularly help at area food banks, serve food at tent city shelters, and distribute blankets and clothing to homeless people.Udon noodles are a traditional and very popular wheat-flour noodle eaten across Japan, dating back to the 9th Century.A famous Buddhist monk named Kūkai is often credited with bringing the noodle-making techniques from China, which were later adopted and popularized in the Sanuki Province of the island of Shikoku, Japan.
The local chapter of Tzu Chi has a core membership of around 20 volunteers, mainly Taiwanese, though non-Chinese speakers are always accommodated with translators.
This is just one of the myriad charity, education and disaster relief activities carried out by Tzu Chi Foundation, a Taiwan-based organization active around the world, with a strong presence in the Seattle metro area.
Seattle Tzu Chi operates offices in Seattle’s International District, and in Kirkland, east of Seattle.
At Uon Fresh Japanese Noodle Station (pronounced “You-Don”), we want you, our valued guest, to experience the superior taste and texture of freshly made Sanuki-style udon noodles, as if you were eating them in an udon shop in Japan.
We take the time and effort to prepare our udon noodles and accompanying soups and sauces from scratch, using traditional procedures and techniques, with all natural ingredients.Pretty much impossible to round up the best salads in town and leave out the one that started it all: The Canlis Salad, the Canlis family’s original take on the Caesar, tossed tableside with the signature strokes of mint and bacon.