Pikotaro Helps Fight Global Poverty And Hunger Via New PPAP Cover (Video)


The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a video starring the leopard print wearing singer-songwriter from Chiba, Japan, Pikotaro, in order to raise awareness about the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Established in 2015 by the United Nations, the SDGs are a 15-year plan consisting of 17 global goals created with the intent of doing things like ending poverty, protecting the planet and overall ensuring the overall prosperity of people all over the world.


The video, which was released on Friday (Jul. 7), features Pikotaro performing "SDGs," which is, you guessed it, an alternate version of his viral song "PPAP." In the song he highlights some of the SDGs goals, all while doing those dance moves that he is famous for.

Check out the video below.


If you would like to know more about the SDGs or would like to get involved, then check out the United Nations' SDGs website here.

Source: Sankei News
Image: ピコ太郎 × 外務省(SDGs)~PPAP~ (MOFA YouTube Channel)
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