The quiet neighborhood of Kiyosumi Shirakawa in eastern Tokyo is now home to the capital's newest cheese shop, a small outpost of Hokkaido with a large selection of nearly 200 cheeses. The northern-born owner and cheese expert is happy to answer customers' questions and offer tastes of various cheeses. He promises to practice his English, but in the meantime, go with a Japanese speaker if you want an in-depth knowledge of your dairy products. Or simply stop by, say "parmesan" (or whatever your preference) and walk away with some of the best cheese in the city.
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