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The Children Of Japan’s Smallest Town Rap In English To Teach The World About Their Little Town (Video)

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Located in Osaka Prefecture, the town of Tadaoka (忠岡) )is the smallest town in all of Japan (in terms of land area) and thus not all that well-known. However, this little town is trying to raise its name recognition and maybe even get people to pay them a visit through a new video that features some of the town’s elementary schoolers showing off their English skills.

Released last week (May 20), and produced by the private English education company ECC, this new video stars 26 elementary school students from the town of Tadaoka dancing and rapping to the tune of “Yankee Doodle Dandy,” all in an effort to educate viewers on everything from where their town is located to the fact that they hold special English events throughout the year.

Check out this cute video below.

Source: Japan Style
Image: 忠岡町×ECC 英語でPR動画 「TADAOKA TO THE WORLD」

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