If every country in the world were a house, Japan would be the one parents would warn their kids about.
The singer/suspect in this music video is dressed in a schoolgirl outfit singing "nice peace" while playing the keyboard. Apparently in Japan if you're a middle aged white guy who dresses like a little girl you get record deals, not jail terms, and kids run towards you, not away from you.
And the only lyrics in this song is "nice peace, nice peace for only one." What does that mean? Is it a "nice peace" for the singer who gets to play with children while he's dressed like one or maybe he's saying "nasty peas"? The problem is we don't know because they only added subtitles for the dialogue that we already understand. Even if this video was solely for a Japanese audience, the subtitles are STILL written in English!
I'm tempted to just go to Japan and start asking random people, "Ok guys seriously, what the hell?" Although after watching this video I may not like the answer because you know what they say, "ignorance is bliss"…or a "nice peace" if you live in Japan.