Japanese geography has contributed to creating dozens of regionally influenced dialects, which means that precise translation requires an expert understanding of regional differences.
The Japanese language uses both humble and honorific forms based on social status in order to express politeness and formality.
Japan’s economy is one of the largest in the world. They are leaders in automobile manufacturing, electronics and other emerging technology fields. We work in these industries and are adept at translating all forms of content ranging from technical manuals to patents and marketing materials.
Japanese emigrant communities range between 1.4 million and 1.5 million individuals. Approximately 12% of Hawaii residents speak Japanese. Japanese emigrants can also be found around the world in Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Canada, Australia, the Philippines and mainland United States. Our Japanese translation professionals can help you engage these individuals where they live, in their native language.