The seller in this japanese shop is cute shiba inu
Get to know this Ken-kun - the smart and hardworking dog that blew up Japanese (and now global) social networks. This happened after someone filmed how Ken-kun works - he sells fried sweet potatoes to visitors in his own shop.
Of course, we know about many dog professions: guide dogs, police officers, bloodhounds. However, street food sellers? This is definitely something new!
But do not think, 3-year-old Ken-kun is not overworked at all, in fact, his work is quite simple. Hungry buyers themselves choose which sweet potato they want from the white box and in return leave 100 yen (about $ 1). Ken-kun, rather, just welcomes customers.
When someone comes up, a friendly shiba inu peeps from behind the counter and makes sure that the sale goes smoothly. But, of course, such a system is built solely on trust between bona fide Japanese. Ken-kun will not jump out of the shop at all and will not chase after a thief if someone does not pay for his snack.
The bench is pasted with bright posters and drawings. One of them says: "I have no change for you, because I am a dog." Tipping, of course, is welcome, because they go for extra sweets for the cute four-legged seller.
Translated to Wikipet.ru