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Chock-full of a long list of ingredients, this noodle looks a bit like a left-overs cook up, but Champon’s delicious flavour has kept it on the menus to this day.
Team JJ, for JAPAN Forward
Also known as Chanpon (with an ‘n’), this is a local Nagasaki dish which was heavily influenced by Chinese cuisine.
It originated in the early 1900s at one of Nagasaki’s Chinese restaurants where the local Chinese students would come to eat.
Chock-full of a long list of ingredients, it looks a bit like a left-overs cook up, but Champon’s delicious flavour has kept it on the menus to this day.
Anyone heading to Nagasaki should not leave without trying this famous dish.
The Champon difference
To the untrained eye, this noodle soup dish is reminiscent of ramen. On the contrary, it differs in both ingredients and composition.(...)
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Nagasaki Champon: The City’s Most Famous Regional Dish