On the 20th, McDonald’s Japan will carry out the 2nd and 3rd commemorative campaigns as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. The second new TV commercial featuring Takuya Kimura (48), an actor who acts as an image character, will be aired nationwide from the 13th and the third from the 20th. The theme of the new commercial that will be aired this time is “Smile Relay”, as it was last time. The second is “Chicken Mac Nugget” and the third is “McShake”, which connects the past and the present, and Godiego’s “Galaxy Express 999” flows in the back as before. The beginning of both commercials begins with a scene in which a smiling customer’s photo falls from the sky, and Kimura picks up one of them, and the story unfolds. In the “Chicken Mac Nugget” version, Kimura said, “Whenever four people get together, they always eat chicken mac nuggets,” and four men chat while sharing 15 chicken mac nuggets. When there are only three left, the time goes back to their school days. When the three winners of rock-paper-scissors shouted “OK”, they returned to the present age. There are three modern people who play rock-paper-scissors in the same way and raise their voices of joy as well. In the “McShake” edition, Kimura talks about “Muscat is the taste of kisses”, and the scene is in the past. High school girls who believed in the rumor that Muscat tastes like a kiss get excited with a McShake in one hand. Then, the scene goes into the modern McDonald’s store. There is a woman with a child who smiles when she sees a high school girl who is as excited as herself in the past, and she also enjoys a McShake. After that, both episodes are structured so that the catchphrase “Smile relay continues.” Is reflected. The second campaign, which starts on the 14th, sells 15 pieces of Mac Chicken Nuggets for 390 yen (tax included), which is 30% off. In addition, two types of limited-time sources have been evolved and reprinted. In the third installment, which will start on the 21st, the Muscat flavor, which was popular 16 years ago, will be released in a new form as “McShake Muscat Alexandria”.