Pepsi Nex Zero's 'Peach Boy' takes on the 'Red Demon' in web series via Tugboat Japan

Pepsi.jpgTugboat Japan has created a music video style film that uses a classic Japanese folk hero "Momotaro" story for client Pepsi Nex Zero. "Momotaro," (The Peach Boy), is a young man born from a peach who goes on to befriend a dog, monkey and pheasants, who team up together to battle the Red Demon. It's a modern day Pepsi Nex Zero battle against Coca-Cola. A new episode will be released a few weeks.


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