I've seen a pile of these ads, with a young woman wearing what looked like earmuffs of curled braids, and then the various sheep in the background, often with some kind of large numeral one. One had her and the sheep apparently going into the base of the one, towering over the field. Usually the ad ends with the name Musee Platinum. But there was never enough context to tell me what the product or service was.
Today, there was another new version. Same young lady, this time just her head, apparently floating, turning round and round. Then a small sheep ambled into the background. And fade to the name. Musee Platinum.
So I looked it up. Google gave me a selection of pages, but in Japanese. It did suggest that a related search was available for Musee Platinum reviews. So I pulled that up. Aha! Plenty of English... Hair removal? What?
Yes. Apparently the service that Musee Platinum offers is hair removal. In particular, laser hair removal, with specials on underarms and such. Which may explain the rather odd ads. I mean, I suspect showing us young women having their pelts removed wouldn't really reach their target audience, but a non sequitur such as sheep, who often do need trimming, suggests the service without being explicit.
Amusing. Well, now I can ignore that ad. Although I am glad that one more minor puzzle has been solved, even if the answer isn't particularly useful or amazing.