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Pelican Burger - Kutchan
Hokkaido

Pelican Burger ! Not sure why it is called Pelican Burger ....the burgers are the usual fare. Today was the last chance to chow down there as they are now closed for the winter season and will be turning their attention to GYU Bar in Hirafu Niseko. The good news is they will be re opening in April - YES !

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