Tokyo's Giant Cat Billboard Is Big Enough to Pet

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A new billboard went up in Tokyo's Shibuya Station. It's of a giant black cat. It seems you can pet the giant cat. That, or stick your fingers in its nose. All your fingers.

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The billboard is for Kuroneko Yamato (Black Cat Yamato), a Japanese shipping service. This is certainly an arresting billboard!

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Imagine walking through the station and seeing...

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THIS.

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And seeing people pet the giant cat face.

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Like so.

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And putting their fingers in its giant cat nostril. You know you'd do it, too!

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Here's a side angle.

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Because side angles are for nightmares.

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Sweet dreams!

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