The Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen singer was surprised by his popularity in the US, with kids, artists and famous celebrities all wanting a photo with him.
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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.
PNSP combines serious musicians with crazy lyrics and hilarious costumed character dance moves.
Tradition meets the world of viral videos in a PPAP tribute that’s perfectly Japanese.
If Piko Taro bought one lucky bag this year, we sincerely hope it was this one.
The “P” in PPAP needs more power, passion and party!
Realistically, it was only a matter of time before the Internet gave birth to POOP.
Piko Taro has a pen? Well some young Japanese office workers have a problem.
Japanese Twitter is loving this hilarious photo.
Also, Piko Taro really wants us to know that he’s “fire.”
Piko Taro proves he can be funny without even trying.
“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.
The popular characters from the iconic TV series dress up in leopard print and sing in Engrish for Japan’s younger generation.
Her grandfather may have just become America’s president-elect, but it looks like it’s Japan’s Piko Taro who’s in her thoughts.
The Japanese band White Jam have created a surprisingly good Christmas version of the now world-famous PPAP song.
This is one of the most hypnotizing covers we’ve seen yet.
Just two months ago, Piko Taro was largely unknown, but now there’s a restaurant in the comedian/musician’s honor.
Is Piko Taro about to go from one-hit wonder to 20-hit wonder?
Nobody is happier with a Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen than the apple-loving owner of the Death Note notebook.