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WATCH: This Japanese Dog Is Also A Shopkeeper. Here's What Ken-Kun Sells

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Published:

Man's best friend is now a super shopkeeper. Yes, you guessed it right ! This week's best view is here.

You can happily dance on seeing this adorable dog in Japan who runs a sweet potato stall. Ken-kun, a three-year-old Shibu Inu, runs this eatery in the island of Hokkaido. Ken-Kun took the internet by storm when a Japenese Twiteratti tweeted pictures of his stall last week.

Japanese Twitterati visited the place after his tweet and since then, this little shopkeeper has gone viral on Twitter. 

People come to Ken-Kun's shop, picks up their favourite sweet-potato and drops the money on a box kept right above the counter. While Ken-Kun peeps from behind the counter, greets his customer and earns his living, while customers have a gala time acquainting themselves with this little Shibu Inu. There are sign boards around him to help the customers make their purchase. One such signboard reads, “Because I am a dog, I can’t give you a change.”

Japanese Twitterati have long been making dogs a sensation on the Internet. Earlier, a page for animal lovers on Twitter called 'The Dodo' posted a story of a how a dog is intrinsically connected to his family. The video shows him playing with his owner and he looks like a fluffy mass of cotton. 

Another video of a dog shows him giving high-five to others while chilling with his owner.

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