Genderless-kei models Peko and RyuCheru along with the "high-impact" artists of AC-Bu put together truly trippy PSA for lowered voting age
Last June, Japan's Diet enacted legislation lowering the nation's voting age from 20 to 18, moving it for the first time since the shift from 25 to 20 in 1945. Various measures have been taken to get the youth on board, such as enlisting Oreimo's Kirino to raise awareness. And, then things got really weird. To let 18 year-olds know that they can now vote, the Tokyo Metropolitan Election Commission brought in genderless-kei models Peko and RyuCheru along with the "high-impact" arts of AC-Bu for a truly trippy PSA.