There is a ramen restaurant in Shubuya, Tokyo - well, it's not so much a restaurant as a counter with a half-dozen seats and the teensy-tiniest kitchen you've ever seen! There, an 82-year-old man named Hideki adheres to an unwritten family recipe to make a pork tonkatsu ramen desired by foodies around the world! Yum!Yet, something is missing. Can you stick a bowl of Hideki's ramen in the crook of your neck while you're lying down on the couch? Not without an earful of broth you can't! And even then, those noodles are going to smoosh into the fabric like nobody's business!Sorry, Hideki.
7 squishy inches of applied knoodle knowledge. All new polyester fiber, ages 3 and up only!
About the Designer:
Tracy K. I'm a freelance artist who works in photography, sewing, crafting, computer art and design. I have had a lifelong passion for animals, monsters, and creativity, and love combining all three in cute and exciting ways!