Seattle premiere of "Infinity & Chashu Ramen"

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Film & Other Media

Sep 20146 Sep 20147

Seattle, Washington

INFINITY & CHASHU RAMEN will make its Pacific Northwest premiere with two screenings in Seattle in September. And as an added treat, noted Nisei poet, playwright and actor Hiroshi Kashiwagi will open our screenings with readings from his latest memior - "Starting in Loomis and Other Stories" - a short story collection that recounts his nine decades of life in California.


Bainbridge Museum of Art

Book reading will begin at 3 p.m., followed by our film at 4 p.m. A Q&A with the cast and crew will follow. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community (BIJAC).

SEATTLE - September 7

Wing Luke Museum

Book reading will begin at noon, followed by our film at 1 p.m. A Q&A will follow with the cast and crew.

Tickets are $12 at the door and include the book reading and film. Discounted tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 for adults and $8 for seniors (65 and older) at

INFINITY & CHASHU RAMEN is the first feature film shot entirely in San Francisco's Japantown. Hiroshi Kashiwagi and Wendy Woo lead an all Asian American cast that includes Todd Nakagawa, Sandra Young, Suz Takeda, Randall Nakano, Larry Kitagawa, Ben Arikawa and Chizuko Omori.

The universe unfolds a little differently in San Francisco’s Japantown - a sleepy little neighborhood in the heart of the city where magic is in the air and spirits roam the streets …

Hiroshi Kashiwagi playsa mischievous 400-year-old spirit who has been guiding the lives of residents by himself for generations - but today something is different. Today, he has a new apprentice, young Lucy Yamaguchi. Together, these two unseen spirits will wander in and out of the lives of unsuspecting residents as they try to keep the universe running smoothly …


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