A very unique book was translated into Japanese, called The Deluxe Transitive Vampire: The Ultimate Handbook of Grammar for the Innocent, the Eager, and the Doomed. From that title alone, you can probably tell this isn't your grandmother's grammar resource (unless she was a member of the Addams Family or something — either way, I won't judge).
The Japanese translation, simply「吸血鬼の英文法」(A Vampire's English Grammar), covers important English grammar using examples and references from the strange, dark, and unusual. All of the explanations are in Japanese, but the example sentences are provided in English with Japanese translations. Sentences like:
- The robot you've been sending flowers to is wearing his heart on his sleeve.
- The nymph who left these footprints is usually much more cautious.
- If I die first, will you tuck me into my casket?
If you've been looking for unique sentences to study from, this book is a goldmine. You get to read about English grammar explanations in Japanese, too, which I think is pretty interesting. And because it's a translation of an English grammar book, you can always purchase both and use them side by side to simultaneously improve your Japanese and English grammar.