Continuing our enjoyment for silly signs with our Lost in Translation special in Japan…
A sign outside a grocery store: “Let’s do your shopping pleasantly”
“The umbrella is being sold by the second floor.”
“You are freer than whether to use with what kind of use”… I have NO idea what they’re trying to say.
“You can not be wear to try”
“A taste of the bread”
“It is transport in a dream to the tomorrow’s future”
“Refuge utensils”. I feel this means to be an exit sign…
“We are construction sidewalk. We are sorry for troubled you.”
“It was prayed well today. Please return carefully.”
“Pure & hard ice”
“I can sculpt a name and a message accessories free”
“Not exit here”
And. And what? The suspense is killing me.
“It is off-limits of the graveyard this ahead excluding parties concerned”
A sign outside a swimming pool.
This was my favorite of the detailed sign above it. “Dead drunk”… so descriptive.
This was the sign above a self-serve station to get a wristband for a reaction center. I’m not sure what #4 even means.
“Camera in operating”