Japanese Translation Services

Ata Translation Company offers Japanese translation services in combinations of more than 300 languages for all your translation projects.

After you submit your projects, we go through rigorous phases of translation, editing, and quality control, and we quickly return completed translations to you anywhere in the world.

Priorities in Japanese Translation

  • Working with native Japanese speakers
  • Tracking documents that require certification
  • Assembling special project teams to address your specific translation needs
  • Selecting translators who have relevant industry-specific expertise
  • Checking projects with experienced editors during the quality-control phase
Japaneese Translation Services

Native Speakers

We work with a skilled team of native Japanese speakers to provide you with high-quality translations faster and with superior quality to meet all of your multilingual needs.

Advantages of Native Japanese Speakers
  • Deliver the most accurate translations.
  • Guide the localization phases of projects.
  • Provide expert knowledge and proficiency of context for all our translation services.

Human Translators

We only work with human translators, not machines or computer programs. This allows us to achieve a high quality and accuracy in all our multilingual services.

Advantages of Human Translation
  • Provides the most reliable translation
  • Guarantees a more efficient quality-control process
  • Translates with minimal errors
Professional Japanese Localization Services

Japanese Localization Services

Japan is a rich country with a culture that is unique to East Asia. To tap into the cultural and linguistic nuances of Japanese populations, we recommend using our localization services that our native-Japanese-speaking translators provide.

Chinese language and culture have majorly influence Japan, varying in degree between its regions. Our localization services can greatly increase the quality and effectiveness of your marketing content to communicate directly and intimately with target populations all over Japan.

Advantages of Japanese Localization
  •  Reduces translation errors to a minimum
  •  Adapts to Japanese cultural nuances
  •  Offers the most effective tool for advertising and marketing campaigns

How many people speak Japanese?

Japanese is one of the 10 most spoken languages with over 128 million speakers around the world.

How many letters does Japanese have?

Japanese has about 10,000 letters, and about 1,500 are necessary for everyday conversation.

Japanese writing structure

Japanese uses three differen writing systems: Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana.

History of the Japanese language

Japanese has been spoken for about 5,000 years, but it has only been written since the 5th century.