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Burton Mountain Festival Jan 9th 2010 - Hilton Niseko
Hokkaido

Opening party for the 2010 Burton Mountain festival at the Hilton resort Ezo Pub - The 9-day event includes an opportunity to ride with with the silky smooth Burton Japan team, photo sessions with pro photographers, early morning powder sessions, new equipment demos for next season, beginners special lessons, kids events, parties, and lots more!

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