I went to Ringer Hut! Nagasaki Champon with plenty of vegetables!

About Ringer Hut

The company name was taken from the surname of Frederick Ringer, an English businessman active in Nagasaki from the end of the Edo period to the early Meiji period, and the name “Ringer Hut” was chosen by combining the surname with the name of a small house (HUT), a bright and pleasant-sounding name.

The three main basic types are as follows!

Nagasaki Champon
Nagasaki Champon with plenty of vegetables
Nagasaki Sara Udon

Ringer Hut” is written in English as “Ringer Hut,” and the first half of the name “Ringer” is derived from a man named Frederick Ringer, a trader in Nagasaki. He was born in England and worked for the Glover Trading Company, famous for Glover Garden, and came to Japan at the end of the Edo period. He came to Japan at the end of the Edo period and established his own business, contributing to the development of trade and industry. His residence is still preserved in Nagasaki Glover Garden as the “Steep Ringer’s Residence.
The word “hut” in the latter part of the sentence is a word for “hut,” meaning a simple building, such as a hut or a cabin. The literal translation of the two words together seems to be “Mr. Ringer’s hut.

The word “hut” is not “hat,” but “hut,” meaning a hut or small house.
Incidentally, the word “chanpon” is derived from the Chinese words “chan,” meaning to mix various things, and “pon,” meaning to boil.

Nagasaki dish of noodles covered with a sauce of sesame paste and chili oil

Nagasaki Sara Udon


Nagasaki chanpon from 680 yen
Nagasaki Sara udon from 720 yen


The picture may not look like that much… but the bowl itself is large to begin with, so the vegetables and other ingredients are very voluminous!

And these ingredients, including fresh vegetables used in such abundance that you can hardly see the noodles, already induce a high level of satiety.



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