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Japan Food Quest: Kyushu

Champon
Secrets behind Nagasaki's Signature Dish

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Aired: September 9, 2016

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Champon
Secrets behind Nagasaki's Signature Dish

Champon is the soul food of Nagasaki. In this area, there is always Champon in restaurant menus, and the locals each have their favorite Champon restaurant. This is just how much Champon is rooted in the daily lives of people. The noodle used in a Champon dish is made with a special ingredient called “Touaku”, which is produced by only three manufacturers in Nagasaki. It is essential in bringing out the unique texture and aromatic flavor that can only be found in Champon noodles.

There is a distinct face people make after making the first sip of Champon. Each shop gives much thought and effort in each bowl every day. Soup can be derived from pork bones, chicken stock or a blend of both. Champon soup is carefully cooked for at least three hours.

The program features Nagasaki’s specialty Champon, and explore its history and secret that even a Nagasaki local may not know.

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四海楼
Shikairou

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4-5 Matsugaemachi Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


福壽
Fukuju

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2-5 Shinchimachi Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


製麺所 瑞泰號
Zuitaigou

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2-31 Kagomachi Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


王鶴
Ouzuru

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12-3 Shinchimachi Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


じゅん
Jun

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5-4-1 Tateyama Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


食堂(瀬渡し)いぶ
Ibu

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512 Shikimimachi Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Map


割烹『龍』
Kappo "Ryu"

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Address:
725 Kitakisashi Obamacho Unzen-shi, Nagasaki Map

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