Hire The Right English To Japanese Translator For Your Project

Mayu Arimitsu

Koto, Japan

Empires and Puzzles 'Epic Match 3' Online Ad

Translated the English script into a conversational, casual, upbeat Japanese and played the character.

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Rohan Roger Zener

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Currambine, Australia

Ryuu Daarubii no Bouken

Self-produced as part of a fan translation of an old point-and-click adventure

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Yukie Hirose

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Mental Health Newsletter

With her creative efforts that exceed the realm of translation, Yukie creates \"words\" that inspire the heart of readers.

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Tomoko Tina Kimura

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English/Japanese document about Myanmar

This was translated for a presentation to ask for humanitarian aid to a Japanese member in the government.

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Maria Lee

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All that I want to forget (English to Japanese)

A chapter from the book “All that I want to forget” , written by Bothayana Al-Essa. A novel. Monologues from women in the Middle East. About a girl who fights for her freedom in life.

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Irfan Ghafoor

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Translation in different languages

Professional work is translation and data scraping. I have five star rating from fiverr platform in translation. Thanks

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All About English to Japanese Translation

When you need a proficient English to Japanese translator to help your project form an authentic connection with your Japanese speaking audience, you've come to the right place. Voices is where creative producers from all around the world can source freelance translators who can fluently communicate in the language that you're converting your message to. Whether you're launching an ad campaign in a region you're targeting for the first time, or you're re envisioning the dialogue of your audiobook or video game to reflect the cultural vernacular of a particular audience, you'll find the ideal freelancer to join your project among the English to Japanese translators listed here.

There are about 130 million Japanese speakers worldwide, placing Japanese among the top ten most widely spoken languages in the world. Japanese is the national language of Japan, so it should come as no surprise that it is the mother tongue of most of the country's population, and where the vast majority of Japanese speakers can be found. Japan's capital, Tokyo, is the most populous city in the world.

When you seek out an English to Japanese translator to bring your work to life in the Japanese language, not only are you converting the words of your project, but you are imbuing your project with a spirit and angle that resonates with a Japanese speaking audience. Working with one of our seasoned English to Japanese translators will ensure that your project considers regional vernacular, terms and phrases that exist in one language but don't in another, and all the varied, nuanced ways that humans communicate with one another based on the culture they belong to.

Targeting your efforts toward a Japanese audience is an advantageous way to disseminate your brand message because there are so many Japanese speakers in the world. Beyond the volume of speakers, integrating your brand into Japan is also a strategic idea because Japan is simply a cultural and financial juggernaut.

Japan has the third largest economy in the world, with its GDP eclipsing the five trillion dollar mark in 2019. The country is a major player in the automotive industry, and many of the most notable automobile companies worldwide originated and are headquartered in Japan: Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Acura, Lexus—the list goes on. Japan is also home to a number of pioneering electronics companies, from photography companies such as Canon, Fujifilm, and Nikon, to electronics manufacturers such as Panasonic and Toshiba, to multinational conglomerates who have made an indelible impact on the worlds of gaming and entertainment, like Nintendo or Sony.

Japan is one of the biggest video game creators in the world. Iconic gaming franchises like Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pac Man, Donkey Kong, and Pokémon were all developed in Japan. The tremendously popular style of animation known as anime was also born in Japan, and there are over 400 Japanese production studios devoted to producing anime works. More than half of the world's animated TV shows are anime.

The market for Japanese language content is bounteous, so when you're scoping out your initiatives to tap into it, your best bet is to hire an experienced English to Japanese translator to execute an authentic and flawless translation of your message. For everything from a feature length film script to small scale web copy, the English to Japanese translators featured here will enable your ideas to be conveyed to a Japanese speaking audience based in Japan and all around the world. Find the right English to Japanese translator for your project with just the click of a button.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In the traditional Japanese writing format entitled 'tategaki,' characters are written in columns read top to bottom, while the columns are read right to left. However, in modern Japanese writing, characters are read from left to right, just like they are in English.

Japan is an island country, which means that it is made up of multiple islands (6,852 to be exact).

Japan is a group of islands located in Eastern Asia surrounded by seas.