Japan Interpreters and Translators
CIT sets a very high standard with every job that we complete, as we only hire the most well-educated linguists, which our firm then screens for impeccable knowledge of their language pairs. Combining our passion for quality and accuracy with our committed staff who are always professional, considerate, and upbeat, CIT has become one of the top lingual firms in the nation. On top of that, our firm has been able to offer its interpretation, translation, and transcription services at some of the lowest rates despite being able to service even the most far-off countries and rarest language pairs. Our interpreters and translators in Japan can help you with any kind of job.
Quality control is at the forefront of every CIT assignment, which is why we have a long proofing process that boils documents down to perfection as well as interpreter testing. All CIT linguists are aware of the dialects of their languages and know the various terms and concepts associated with the industries that they serve. Even the smallest mistake in the lingual business can have huge effects on the end product, so it is essential that you hire a professional who understands the procedures that need to be undertaken in order to produce something that is true to its source.
CIT In Japan
Japan was one of the first countries to industrialize, which made them more powerful than Russia for a certain time. The country has the third-largest economy in the world as well as the fourth most powerful army. In terms of quality of life, it has the highest life expectancy as well as some of the best producers of video games, robotics, and automobiles. It is incredibly easy to do business in Japan, as taxes are very low and employee loyalty is high.
In addition, it has extremely high crop yield, which it uses to produce massive amounts of rice and other kinds of agriculture, despite the limited amount of land. Companies like Canon, Toshiba, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Honda, and Sony all produce a large number of their products in Japan, creating large amounts.
Most Japanese residents and visitors speak Ainu, Nivkh, Orok, Korean, Chinese, English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, and Dutch. Traveling to Japan from the United States requires a valid passport for the amount of time that you plan on being there, and you will need a visa if you would like to stay more than 90 days. In addition, they require that you declare any amounts over 1 million Yen that you are traveling with.
Japanese culture is extremely delicate as there are specific mannerisms and norms that are found exclusively in Japanese society. For example, it is mandatory to have a small segment of conversation unrelated to business before entering into negotiations. As such, you will need the proper liaison to navigate you through an alien social and lingual environment. All CIT interpreters and translators in Japan are aware of the various nuances that come with each language and they strive to best communicate the details as well as the unspoken messages (which happen to be very prevalent in Japanese communication).