"Forgotten Center" instead of "Lost and Found" is just one of the mistranslations discovered on websites that may puzzle foreign tourists in Japan, the government said Wednesday, urging the operators to fix such problems as soon as possible.

With the country readying itself for a further influx of foreign visitors ahead of next year's Olympics, the Japan Tourism Agency conducted a survey between February and March examining a total of 85 websites by train and bus operators as well as transportation signs in towns.

Peculiar English words were found on websites that rely on automated translations, with problematic examples including the use of "dwarf" for "children" and "release place" for "ticket machines."