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Burger King opens Japan store and has musical shower for customers

According to Engadget, Burger King has opened a new outlet in Japan – and is enticing customers in with a musical shower.

A new Burger King eatery opening up in Japan isn’t usually something we concern ourselves too much with, but this one comes with an interesting new twist.

Those umbrella-aping translucent cones hanging over the tables are known as “musical showers,” and their function is to deliver music in an isolated fashion to you and your significant — but not too significant, it’s still BK, after all — other. All you’ll need to do is plug your portable media player into the provided receptacle and the tunes you know and love will literally shower down upon you.

To be honest, if the audio channelling is sufficiently precise not to disturb nearby punters, we’re loving this idea. Now just give it a name that won’t make teenagers giggle and bring it westwards.

Clever experiential marketing.

#typed note 08.07.10


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