I must still be hung over today, because the idea of a KPP museum isn't sitting right with me. When I go to museums I'm usually looking to catch up on some history or look at some legendary art work. I wouldn't think to be heading there to get my super idol fix! Apparently a spot in Roppongi Hills has brave new plans, as they will opening a Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Museum, showcasing her various costumes and multimedia.
I'm hoping this attraction is just slightly mislabeled, and isn't taking itself too seriously. As much as I love Kyary, I don't know if her very short, but prolific history should be labeled as a museum. The Beatles or the Rolling Stones I can see, but saying The Kyary Pamyu Pamyu museum makes me feel weird.
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