Part 1 of this blog is here.
English to Japanese Business Translation
Given the popularity of Japanese culture, tradition, and media (through music, video games, light novels, manga, anime, etc.), the Japanese language or Nihongo has been in high demand in both the East and West for decades. As of today, there are more than 128 million speakers of the language, 90% of them are Japanese people living in Japan.
Japanese has become widely used not only in Japan but also in neighboring countries and other parts of the world. Among them are American Samoa, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, etc.
Japan, the land of the rising sun, has become a dream destination for innumerable people around the world, especially for travelers and businessmen. Consequently, English to Japanese translation and localization has become extremely important in social and business settings.
There are countless opportunities as well as risks in entering the market in Japan, a country with the third-largest GDP and accounts for 10% of the world’s economy. Furthermore, Japan is an innovation powerhouse; 25% of the world’s technological products are made there.
Japanese is a heavily-nuanced language with 1000 characters or more. Due to this, the language is one of the hardest languages to learn and translate. Hence, translation from Japanese to English as well as English to Japanese is among the top in-demand language pairs worldwide. Choosing the right Japanese translation company is a critical and challenging but necessary step.
CCCI is a Japanese-Filipino company that provides professional Japanese translation services across the globe. Our native speakers are ready to help every business expand to and succeed in the Japanese-speaking market.