I snapped a picture of this sign in Kokubuncho when I went drinking last weekend. I was puzzled by the English used on the sign. Are they pirates that hunt girls bars? What exactly is a pirates bar like? I have many questions….
Filed under Japan, Sendai, Strange
Tagged as Bar, Japan, Kokubuncho, Pirates, Sendai
Did you go inside to find out?
(BTW, I checked Japan’s weather forecast (usually I just check Tokyo’s) to see the weather in Niigata for my daughter’s trip there…and I noticed it’s forecast to snow in Sendai today.
I wrote this post: http://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2009/02/20/niigata/ )
Eric you should become a consultant fixing English grammatical errors on signs. Apparently, nobody’s taken that job yet. You’d make a mint.
I was afraid to go in, I thought the pirates might attack me (or that it could be a really expensive hostess bar)! We did get some snow last night maybe around 4cm. I’m sure they’re getting a ton of snow in Niigata. They always get a lot.
That is my dream job in Japan. Just fixing the T-shirts alone could make me millions!
I think they’ll only let you in if you’re wearing an eye patch.
Or maybe a peg leg!
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I'm originally from Canada, but now live in Japan. I like games, strange things, and trying new foods. I hope you enjoy reading my semi-interesting posts and pictures.