In David Chadwick's tale about moving to Japan to study Zen, Thank You and OK!: An American Zen Failure in Japan, he spends a couple pages on the ways the Japanese use English; it's a dash of the exotic. A lady's dress shop called Infect. A coffee shop called Guns and Coffee.
Chadwick taught English. He copied down these slogans from student Tshirts:
Pay close attention to various objects and be calm
for the player who demands the ultimate best sensitive comfortable fat fashion good things exist throughout time
Here's something printed on one of the notebooks he bought: please use this note book politely, and use up the last sheet. And then please use your brains everyday.