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Dekoboko Bar Hakodate
Hokkaido

Dekoboko 凸凹 Bar is a cool little bar tucked away in the the Goryokaku entertainment district of Hakodate.Good place to drop into and hang out and meet a few locals and listen to some good tunes - check it out.

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Uploaded: 04/05/2010
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