You’d be forgiven for thinking that as the Chinese language has thousands of years of history, that every word would be equally draped in importance. Well, that’s not always the case, and sometimes Chinese words are used just for their sound.
In the image you can see the word 沙龍（沙龙 shā lóng）meaning “sand dragon”, a cool word I’m sure you’ll agree. Though, actually, this word is a phonetic translation of the word “salon”, I had to read it aloud to make the connection.
The text reads:
rì běn zhuān yè shā lóng pǐn zhí
Japanese professional salon quality