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Eating Out - March 1, 2019

A bridge to Japan

Nijiya Market in Mountain View offers a trove of Japanese specialties

by Elena Kadvany

Nijiya Market's origin story is a familiar one. Longing for the flavors of one's homeland, an immigrant creates a space — a grocery store, a restaurant, a street food stand — filled with native foods, a taste of the familiar in an unfamiliar place.

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