How to Read Signs in Japanese, Japanese Signs, Japanese Tourists, Traveling with kids, Family Travel, Creating Family Memories, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane

“Where do these evil tourists come from?”

We came across so many unique signs in Japan that we found ourselves taking pictures of them just because we had no idea what they meant. And so we give you:

How to Read Signs in Japanese
When You Don’t Understand Anything


Hand Held Bidet

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“But, I came here to wash my hair!”

No Kids Allowed

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“Sorry, you’ll have to go home with your kids.”

Thank You For Smoking

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“You’re welcome! We fixed your sign.”

How Low Can You Go

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“Thomas the Train Wants to Play Limbo.”

Achy Breaky Back

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“The proper pose to assume when making an electric toot.”

Potty Talk

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“Go now, quickly! I will judge who can pee the fastest!”

Sumo-Palooza

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“Four horsemen of the Sumo Apocalypse.”

Small Surprise

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“Guess what’s behind door number 1?”

What do you think these signs mean? We’d love to hear your version, or reality! Let us know in the comments below, and check out our other Life in Japan Series posts including How to Shower in a Japanese Tub.

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