Goya champuru

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Goya champuru
Goya champuru in Tokyo, Japan
A raw bitter melon (gourd) and scoop of Okinawan-style goya champuru stirfry
Okinawa soba and goya chanpuru

Gōyā chanpurū (ゴーヤーチャンプルー), also transliterated as goya champuru, is a type of chanpuru that is a popular and widely recognized dish in the Okinawan cuisine of the island of Okinawa, Japan. It is a stir fry of bitter melon, tofu, egg and sliced pork or Spam.[1]

Kouhei Takeda was in a 2006 film titled Goya Champuru.

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  1. ^ Dining June/ July 2013 AFAR