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Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/11 03:49
I will be travelling to Japan for 2.5 weeks in October (Tokyo, Nikko, Takayama, Shirakawa-go, Kyoto, Osaka, Kinosaki, Nara, Hikone and Hakone). I really want to try some champon when I'm in the country but I won't be going to Nagasaki on this trip. Does anyone have any recommendations for restaurants that serve champon in any of the cities/towns that I'll be visiting?
by BL (guest)  

Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/11 12:02
http://sasp.mapion.co.jp/b/ringerhut/
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Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/11 12:06
You could try Ringer Hut, a chain of chanpon restaurants. There are branches across Japan.
Have a look at:
http://sasp.mapion.co.jp/b/ringerhut/
(Japanese)
by Ken (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/11 22:20
There's a chain of restaurants in Tokyo (and probably elsewhere) called Kyushu, although some branches are called Kyushuhan, and they do a very nice champon. It's somewhat fancier than Ringer Hut (which is an inexpensive fast-food place), but not much more expensive if all you're having is champon.

http://www.kyushuhan.com/
by Umami Dearest rate this post as useful

Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/12 02:55
Most ramen shops serve it. Also, many larger department stores & train stations that have restaurants serve it, if you look around the plastic food window displays. It doesn't have to be a Chinese restaurant. There may be some variations but the basic broth taste/ingredients are standardized. No need to go to a speciality shop.
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Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/18 02:34
Thanks everyone. I'm going to try to go to Kyushu/Kyushuhan.
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Re: Champon outside Nagasaki 2013/9/18 04:23
Chanpontaro opened a couple of restaurants in Tokyo a few years ago. http://traveljapanblog.com/wordpress/2010/05/chanpon-taro-takadanobaba...

However, I think they have both closed.

You will not find chanpon offered at most ramen shops as someone else said.
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