After a recent visit to Canada, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is showing his love for our country in a very unique way. The Japanese PM just installed a beaver door knocker from Canada at his lake house in Japan. He loves it so much that he even posted an Instagram video about his new, Canadian door knocker.\nIn the caption accompanying the video, Prime Minister Abe says something along the lines of the door knocker being a beaver souvenir that he brought back from Canada and that he installed it immediately at his villa by Lake Kawaguchi. He goes on to include a few hashtags like #Canada and another hashtag of the Canadian flag emoji.\nAs for the video, it shows a straightfaced by casual Abe nailing the wooden beaver door knocker onto the outside of his house. Then it cuts to the Prime Minister's wife, Akie Abe, smiling while she tests out the door knocker.\nBased on the video, the knocker works by pulling a string, which moves the forward. As the wooden beaver moves forward, it's nose taps against the base of the knocker making a little knocking sound.\nThe whole video, which is already really cute, is also set to fun, happy music.\nView this post on Instagram 本日から河口湖に来ています。 早速カナダから持ち帰ったお土産のビーバー？のドアノッカーを取り付けてみました。 #あべちゃん #カナダ #🇨🇦 #ドアノッカー #日曜大工 A post shared by 安倍晋三 (@shinzoabe) on May 2, 2019 at 2:42am PDT\nThe best thing about this whole beaver door knocker is that it wasn't even a gift from Canada. The Canadian Press reports that Justin Trudeau's office didn't gift the beaver knocker to Abe. That means Abe bought it himself, showing just how much he truly loves our country.\nThis Canadian love isn't overly surprising given the relationship between Abe and Trudeau. On Sunday, during his visit here Abe said that they really enjoyed their time in Canada. He told Trudeau, "It was a tremendous honour for me. My wife, Akie, and I had a very special time with you and Sophie."\nThe pair were visiting to celebrate the trade deal between Canada and Japan that was finalized late last year.\nView this post on Instagram Today was an important moment for Canada & Japan. Our partnership is strong, rooted in our shared values, economic ties, & commitment to fight climate change & invest in our people. Together we'll keep working to create jobs & growth that benefit everyone. Thank you, @shinzoabe! 🇨🇦🇯🇵 Grand jour pour le Canada et le Japon. Notre partenariat est ancré dans nos valeurs communes, nos liens économiques et le désir d'agir pour le climat et d'investir dans nos gens. Nous continuerons à créer des emplois et une croissance profitable pour tous. Merci @shinzoabe! A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Apr 28, 2019 at 2:09pm PDT\nJustin Trudeau also shared his own video with Shinzo Abe, although there's no whimsical beaver knocker here. Instead, the video shared to Trudeau's Instagram shows the pair on Parliament Hill, greeting the media with smiles and handshakes.