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|Appearances|| Animal Forest,|
Animal Forest +,
Animal Forest e+,
|Regional names|| Boutique Nook|
Nook's Cranny (Japanese: タヌキ商店 Tanuki Shop) is the first incarnation of Tom Nook's Store. Open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., the player begins the game with this store.
In City Folk, Nook's store supplies a wallpaper, a flooring, a flower seed, medicine, two pieces of furniture, three tools (two in Wild World, and one in Animal Crossing) and some writing paper. The player must spend and/or sell a total of 25,000 Bells and play for at least eight days for an upgrade.
This store is also available as a model after spending at least 30,000 Bells in Wild World and City Folk.
In the back of the store 2 pieces of furniture stand alone. To the left of them is a long table that spans the whole wall except for space for Nook's Point-Tracking System. In the middle there is a table for three tools. To the bottom right of it is some vases.
The store itself resembles a shed, made with wooden planks and held together with metal sheets. In fact, it is even stated that Tom Nook's shop may be Tortimer's old gardening shed before he became mayor.
- 'Nook's Cranny' is a pun on 'nook and cranny', meaning a small corner or hole.
- It is the only one of Nook's shops without an automatic door.
- Nook's Cranny appears in the Mario Kart 8 Animal Crossing track.
- Despite having two brown pots in the front of his shop, they aren't for sale. In fact, they weren't even furniture items in this game yet.