Is it your dream to teach English in Japan?

Not a…


It might look like it, but this is not a used dinosaur lot.


Stores in Japan might be misleading English readers (or everyone). Here are just a few examples, although there are so many more. I’m guessing the store owners just threw together some English (or imaginary) words they liked.


Not a Starbucks. (And not the only rip off cafe either.)



Not a hint, a market, or a community. A community of markets for hints?

No idea what Tokyu Hands is going for here, other than trying to look cute.



Despite the (display only) books, this is not a place that lends out anything.



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This entry was posted on January 18, 2017 by in Engrish as a Second Language, Living in Japan and tagged , .

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