English (Mis)Usage in Japan

We just bought some shortbread cookies the other day that are quintessential Japan. Not the taste – but the name! We get used to seeing English signs and t-shirts everywhere that have little meaning, or relevance, but every once in a while an English name or title catches our eye:

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Hmm…Shall we — dance? Shall we — eat shortbread cookies together? Shall we — pretend that we’re in England and not in Japan? The options are nearly endless.

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