Japanese Interpreters in Los Angeles
No matter the assignment, we allocate 100% of our attention to you. Because of our customized approach to lingual services, we bring you CIT linguists with skills that match your job. Each job contains different elements with regards to language pairs, parties involved, and cultural background, among other things. As such, our language experts read up on your job and make sure to understand the elements at hand. Their understanding of the context defines the clarity of your communication. In addition, each one is extremely well-versed in a particular field of study.
So, whether you work in publishing, hospitality, entertainment, or finance, we can meet your needs. Throughout Los Angeles, our Japanese interpreters show up to each job with the utmost professionalism, so you always get a great experience.
The Los Angeles Japanese Community
Residents in dozens of countries speak Japanese, and its culture leaves a mark on every single area. As an extremely complex language, it uses elements from languages like Latin and Chinese.
As such, it includes an extremely diverse background in addition to its already interesting makeup. CIT’s Japanese interpreters in Los Angeles work in all kinds of situations. This includes high-pressure environments like courtrooms. We train our language experts to perform perfectly under various unique circumstances such as fast paced, to reflecting the appropriate tone required in tenuous interpreting situations. Each of our linguists undergoes a series of tests so that they can clearly interpret and translate.
Near the end of the 19th Century, Japanese natives began migrating to different parts of the US, with Los Angeles being one of the main destinations. More than 100,000 people of Japanese descent currently live in the city.
At first, the newcomers focused on railroads and agriculture, but they have since become experts in various fields all over the country. Despite the constant xenophobia and anti-Asian propaganda that pervaded the community throughout the 20th Century, the population grew and established itself through areas like Little Tokyo and Boyle Heights. These areas became symbols of diversity.
Japanese Culture in Los Angeles
Until today, one can easily see their effects on the surrounding communities as well as Los Angeles as a whole. Nowadays, monuments like the Japanese American National Museum and the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center preserve the culture of the community.
They serve as perfect representations of the history of its residents. Over 20,000 Japanese speakers live in the city.
Whether you need us to work on a project that lasts a day or a year, we bring you an unparalleled level of effort of communication.