Our Japanese translation team consists of
Japanese has so far not been attributed to and language family, however, there are clear structural similarities with Korean. Japanese is the official language in Japan and is spoken by more than 125 million people, but almost exclusively by native speakers. According to the grammatical typology, it belongs to the agglutinating languages, so it mainly uses suffixes (affixes). Typical of Japanese is still a limited number of open syllables, the so-called Moren, which form the entire phonetic record. For this reason, it is difficult for Japanese speakers to pronounce closed syllables or consonant clusters in other languages. Many guards were borrowed from Chinese. Influences appear in the Japanese writing system (kanji) and similarities in terms of vocabulary and grammatical aspects. In addition to the Kanji writing system, Japanese uses two other types of scripts that are made of modified Chinese characters: Hiragana and Katakana. Increasingly, the Latin alphabet is used in modern Japanese, especially for company names, logos, advertisements and computerized text. Since the late 19th century, Japan has adopted a considerable number of words from Indo-European languages, and especially English. Due to historical trade relations with Portugal and the Netherlands, Japanese was also influenced to some extent by Portuguese and Dutch vocabulary. However, the acquired Würter had to be strongly adapted to the volume of sounds.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Fukuoka (JP), Kani (JP), Kobe (JP), Nagoya (JP), Okinawa (JP), Osaka (JP), Suzuka (JP), Tokyo (JP), Tsurugashima (JP), Yokohama (JP),