Piko Taro is the creation of a real musician with real talent named Kosaka Daimao, but unfortunately for him, Piko will be the one playing the Budokan this March.
You couldn’t possibly fit any more cuteness into this video or else you’d endanger the public with a cuteness overdose.
PNSP combines serious musicians with crazy lyrics and hilarious costumed character dance moves.
The popular idol group SMAP broke up on December 31 after performing music together for more than a quarter century.
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Classically trained musicians will play selections from classic games including Fumito Ueda’s Ico at upcoming Tokyo-area performance.
Take a look at Tokyo’s underground tunnels from the driver’s seat of a train in this awesome new music video.
Already having made a substantial impact in France, the eccentric music of Les Romanesques is looking to break big in Japan.
Legends of video game design and music team up for awesome live performance.
If the anime series was called “Koto on Ice”, this cover would have just landed a spectacular quadruple axel.
Piko Taro has a pen? Well some young Japanese office workers have a problem.
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Japanese Twitter is loving this hilarious photo.
Sutras aren’t meant to die in dusty old books, they’re meant to be alive in people’s voices.
Also, Piko Taro really wants us to know that he’s “fire.”
Piko Taro proves he can be funny without even trying.
They might have an average age of 59 years between them, but these ladies show they can still kick it with the young crowd in this new dance video.
If the name is any indication, the Kobe Disco Train promises to be a more uptempo and commercially viable version of a soul train.
“PPAP” has made Piko Taro famous, but has it made him rich?
Surprisingly, dancing with a pair of shoes on his head like a bunny rabbit is not the most shocking thing Piko Taro does in this new video clip.