Now we know what our pizzas are doing when we’re not watching.

Domino’s Pizza is the go-to store in Japan if you’re craving for some piping hot, cheesy goodness. The company isn’t one to shy away from new concepts, and even considered training reindeer for delivery last year.

Domino’s has a great lineup of pizzas, including two new ones perfect for people who wish to enjoy a little bit of everything: Quattro Chicken and Quattro Pork (Quattro Cluck Cluck and Quattro Po-po-po-pork in Japanese). These pizzas come with four flavors each, hence the name “Quattro”.

And what better way to showcase these two time-limited items than with an epic song battle, pitting a dynamic band of chickens against a group of gruff rapping pigs.

▼ The members of Quattro Cluck Cluck: Tandoori Chicken, Yakitori Chicken and Tsukune Meatballs, Charcoal-Grilled Chicken Teriyaki, and BBQ Garlic Chicken.

▼ And Quattro Po-po-po-pork: Giga Meat, Iberico Pork with Tomato Sauce, Pulled Pork with Smokey BBQ Sauce, and Charcoal-Grilled Kagoshima Kurobuta Pork.

Now that you’re acquainted with the cast of all eight flavors, let’s get this show on the road. Take a gander at the commercial here:

▼ Grab your seats everyone, this video is bizarre.

“It’s finished!”

▼ There’s no way you can resist sexy poultry,
especially when it has a moustache.

“Quattro Po-po-po-pork!”

Japanese netizens chimed in with comments:

“This commercial is godly.”
“This is going to appear in my dreams.”
“I can’t get this song out of my head.”
“Makes me want to eat them all.”

To top it all off, Domino’s official Twitter account is giving away t-shirts with its oddly uncomfortable characters on them to 60 lucky winners.

▼ Both pizzas and t-shirts are here to stay until mid-August.

Here’s hoping a company decides to make an anime out of this. But for now, this ranks as one of the weirdest ads we’ve ever laid eyes on, right behind a certain English language school’s commercial where foreigners’ heads appears in Japanese people’s mouths.

Source: Domino’s Pizza Japan, YouTube/Domino’s Pizza via PR Times, Japan Kyo
Top image: YouTube/Domino’s Pizza
Insert images: PR Times, YouTube/Domino’s Pizza