Recap of Worldschool Travel Tour: Japan in Summer 2010 » An excellent example of Japanese English, aka “Engrish” or “Japanenglish” found on a bag sold at a convenience store in Osaka, Japan: The day when I was troubled all day: My pretty puppy, the place is not your rooms. Please, please come out! Are you no use with the soft cushion of this place?”

An excellent example of Japanese English, aka "Engrish" or "Japanenglish" found on a bag sold at a convenience store in Osaka, Japan: The day when I was troubled all day: My pretty puppy, the place is not your rooms. Please, please come out! Are you no use with the soft cushion of this place?"

An excellent example of Japanese English, aka “Engrish” or “Japanenglish” found on a bag sold at a convenience store in Osaka, Japan: The day when I was troubled all day: My pretty puppy, the place is not your rooms. Please, please come out! Are you no use with the soft cushion of this place?”

An excellent example of Japanese English, aka “Engrish” or “Japanenglish” found on a bag sold at a convenience store in Osaka, Japan: The day when I was troubled all day: My pretty puppy, the place is not your rooms. Please, please come out! Are you no use with the soft cushion of this place?”


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