Kaisen-Don refers to a Japanese dish, particularly from Hokadate consisting of different seafoods, like crab, salmon roe and sea urchin. Kaisen-Don which is made of rice topped bountifully with fresh local seafoods is a popular local specialty of Hokadate, Japan

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