Employing gaijins to stand on roofs to denote drinking establishments is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon in the Kansai region.
It's rather like the real life humans who spray green paint on their bodies and pretend to be statues as a form of employment.
Here we can see a man with a beard holding a glass of beer, although worryingly it looks like a badger is trying to crawl into the glass. Said gentleman is doing a sterling job of pretending not to notice.
The hours are usually 9 to 5 and it pays about 250,000 yen per month. Medical insurance is not provided.
A gaijin with lots of sun cream on his head and a badger in his beer.
The Statue of Liberty near Manhattan