Japanese Translation Services

Are you looking for a language services provider for your Japanese translation needs? Wolfestone has the experience and quality you’d expect from a company that chairs its trade body.

The economy of Japan is the third largest in the world by nominal GDP, and is often ranked among the world’s most innovative countries, due to having so many global patent filings.

Wolfestone have a lot of experience translating documents, recording voiceovers and providing interpreters from English into Japanese and Japanese into English, for a variety of sectors.

All our Japanese speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.

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Why choose Wolfestone as your Japanese translation services provider?

For organisations ranging from SMEs such as Hichrom to corporates such as BYG Systems, Wolfestone undertakes Japanese translation, interpreting and voiceover projects. Clients choose Wolfestone because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been our partners for many years.

With experience in Japanese document translation, Japanese interpreting, Japanese voiceovers and Japanese localisation, Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your communication objectives.

About Japan

The population of Japan is 125,757,715.

Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by approximately 125 million speakers, primarily in Japan where it is the national language.

Japan’s main exports are cars, electronic devices and computers.  Japan can provide a good opportunity for suppliers who want to supply these industries.

The Japanese economy is one of the largest in the world. Only the USA and China have a higher GNP. According to Haruhiko Kuroda (governor of the Bank of Japan) Japan’s economy is now growing faster than any of the Group of 7’s leading economies, recording an annualized rate of 4.1 percent in GDP during the first three months of the year.