The Japanese hip hop grandma has returned. After showing off her dance moves to "24K Magic" by Bruno Mars with her other elderly friends, she gained quite a lot of attention from Japanese creative agencies.

And since it's never too late to try something new, the now 60-year-old dancer (who goes by the name of Tachiflower) accepted an offer to help promote the “No Rice No Life” campaign led by the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations. In the catchy music video, Tachiflower and two other dancers perform some killer moves to encourage people to live happier lives by eating more rice.

"No Rice No Life"

Behind-the-scenes look:

By - grape Japan editorial staff.