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Nishitomiya Croquette Store


At Nishitomiya croquettes have been gentrified, but thankfully not in the pejorative sense. Price-wise they're only a little more expensive than their street brethren, but there is a little more imagination at work here in the offerings: smoked salmon and dill, dried fruit and walnut, basil, boiled pork and ginger. And plain -- just so you don't entirely lose your croquette bearings.

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