“Janglish” of the day

Janglish – the Japanese (uninformed) version of English.  Found usually on T-shirts, pamphlets, and occasional shop windows.  Similar in effect to the kanji characters (Chinese or Japanese) found on T-shirts and tattooed arms in the U.S.

Seen today during my time out, printed on a window of a very stylish-looking cafe:

CREAM: We 1999 years, encountered with the Fujinomiya Idebokujyou, then as for the softcream which was made with the milk can be taken from the cow.

I really have no idea what is trying to be communicated here — perhaps knowing “fujinomiya idebokujyou” would help, but…  something to do with cream?

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