Japan: What a mouthful! Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen viral song cafe opens in Tokyo

A cafe named after and inspired by the viral Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) song has opened in Tokyo, video footage from Tuesday shows.
The cafe has attracted tourists and locals alike, and was created in the wake of the popularity of Piko-Taro’s 51-second long song. The cafe contains various images of Piko-Taro’s face, while the menu includes a PPAPan (burger), PPAParfit and PPAPancake.
One tourist from Russia, who stumbled upon it, said: “it is very funny. Really. We did not know in advance that there was something like this."
The cafe is located at the Tokyo Skytree Town and will be open until November 20.