Foreign residence of Japan frequently chuckle over their discoveries of new forms of Japlish or Janglish, i.e., awkward or ludicrous use of English by Japanese. Other than the ludicrous, there is much of interest to readers of Word Ways; I offer a selection below. A more extensive discussion of the subject can be found in Don C. Bailey's glossary of Japanese neologisms (see References). Although it is a decade out of date and probably out of print, it should be available at universities offering instruction in the Japanese language.
Cohen, Aaron Martin
"Japlish - English Made In Japan,"
Word Ways: Vol. 6
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol6/iss1/7