During my trip to Sweden I noticed that Japanese culture seems to be even more popular in Sweden now than when I lived there. There were quite a few restaurants serving Japanese food (it used be only sushi, but now there were other things too). I also saw a karaoke place that seemed to be similar to how karaoke is here in Japan (small private rooms so you only sing in front of your friends).
|Ni hao (Chinese for "hello") is a strange name for a Japanese restuarant|
|A place called "Japan photo", whatever that might be.|