Professional Chinese-Japanese Translation Company
Translation from Chinese to Japanese or from Japanese to Chinese is one of our major services. Although there are many similarities between these two languages, such as written characters, some pronunciations, and background cultures, there are lots of distinctions between them. A good Japanese-Chinese translator should be well-informed about grammar rules, language skills, and specific field knowledge to master the expertise. Experienced in translating or interpreting documents, events, legal contracts, or marketing materials between Chinese and Japanese, our native language team is good at handling all sorts of linguistic projects with their language competence and high-quality standard. Contact us now for a free quote.
Why Choose Us
- High Recruitment Standard
- Good Team Management
- Human + AI Proofreading
We set a strict standard for translator/interpreter recruitment in which only native speakers and experienced linguists are allowed to enter our service team. We understand that only in-country translators can manage cases like expressions, idioms, jargon, language habits in your document.
Besides the necessary quality standard we set for translation members, the management system based on our team construction or project process is first-rate also. Our PMs are prominent in unifying the working streamline as well as implementing the translation standards or principles.
Proofreading is an essential part of raising the overall quality of your translated document. In this section, we are using senor proofreaders and AI technologies at the same time. Any wording mistakes, grammatical errors, improper styles, or misused terms are detected and corrected to improve accuracy further.
- Convenient Experience
- One Year Warranty
- Personal Manager
As our customer, you do not need to transfer the format of your document before sending it to us, because we accept them all. Whether it's a scanned image, a data table, or a raw file, our engineers can change them into something that editable. Meanwhile, you can send us data via email, chat, online apps, or any channel which you think is convenient for you.
We cover a one-year warranty for all translated documents between Chinese and Japanese. We include that item into our after-sales service since we value every opportunity to do the best work not only for translation quality but also for customer experiences.
Once you have contacted us with your translation requirement, an exclusive customer manager shall be assigned to process all connections (both internal and external). Through that, you can enjoy the best communication experience for any issue during the translation period.
- Consistent Over Time
- Document Archive Plans
- Detailed Customer ERP
Jinyu is expecting long-term Cooperation from you as we are well-prepared for document consistency over time. It is not easy to always provide a translation that keeps the persistent style with the historical works. That is why big businesses such as Huawei and Alibaba are willing to establish a partnership with us.
One of the most important reasons for our translation consistency is our document archiving plan. If a long-term translation partnership is confirmed, we deploy strategic resources (special translation team, translation memory database, project corpus base, etc.) throughout the full Cooperation.
Meanwhile, thanks to the internal management system, our customer relation ERP is applied for every business information extracted from daily transactions. That job is strenuous for our team but vital when looking ahead to the future. Contact us now for a delicate translation.
Jinyu's Chinese-Japanese Translation Insights
1. Differences Between Japanese and Chinese
- Sentence structures. Like English, most of the Chinese sentences are ordered in "SVO" (Subject Verb Object) form, while a Japanese sentence is ordered in the "SOV" type.
- Changes at the end of sentences. Japanese belongs to agglutinating language, in which changeable sentence rears are applied to indicate tenses, tones, and many other forms.
- Kanas and Chinese characters. Japanese written forms contain Chinese characters and kanas, in which Chinese characters are often dissimilar from that used in China, and they act as nouns in most cases.
- Tenses. There may have tenses in Japanese but not in Chinese. The tense-related changes in Japanese (verbs, orders, and appended elements) are more complemented than that in English.
- Borrowed words. There are lots of borrowed words in Japanese which are expressed in katakana forms. Accordingly, nouns in katakana forms are mostly used to describe newly emerged things, such as "バナナ (banana)", "コンピューター (computer)", "パスポート (passport)".
- Pronunciations. Even a word has the same written form in Chinese and Japanese, they don't share the same meaning on most occasions. Most importantly, 99% of them are not pronounced the same.
2. Japanese to Chinese Translation strategies
- Preparing well for both language skills and relevant knowledge. To become a successful Japanese-Chinese translator, one should have great expertise in grammar rules, expressions, and cultures of the target language and source language. Meanwhile, we must obtain a large amount of information or knowledge of political, economic, cultural, and technological aspects.
- Focusing on keywords. The article is composed of several sentences, and the vocabulary constitutes the sentence. Therefore, we can capture the critical information of the sentence by grasping each sentence's keywords when translating.
- Understanding the logical thinking manner of Japanese/Chinese. Logic is the reflection of people's way of thinking in language. When translating between Japanese and Chinese, determining the level processing and structural arrangement of the target sentence based on the inherent (including explicit and implicit) logical relationship of the original sentence is the logical thinking of translation.
- Strategically using translation skills for long sentences. In Japanese sentences, the predicate is placed behind, and the subject and object are often omitted, which makes the translation of long sentences more difficult. Therefore, properly using some translation skills such as splitting translation, merging translation, omitting translation, and reversing translation is helpful.
3. Chinese-Japanese Translation Examples
与去年相比，原油和天然气的产量分别增长了 28%和 23%，制油技术也达到先进水平。
前節で述べた構造解析の結果、鞭毛モータには回転に必要な 2 と 4 の遺伝子からできたタンパク質が含まれていないことが明らかになった。モータの機能にとって不可欠の要素が、鞭毛モータを精製する過程で脱落したと考えられる。その意味では、今まで述べた鞭毛モータはモータの一部であって全部ではない。モータが回転するためには回転子と固定子が不可欠である。Ｍリングを回転子とすると、鞭毛モータの固定子はいまだに見つかっていない。
通过解析前项所述构造，说明他们都不含有从对鞭毛马达的旋转起到作用的 2、4 基因得到的蛋白质。这被认为是该马达机能不可或缺的要素，在提炼鞭毛马达的过程中脱落了。这意味着到目前为止所述的鞭毛马达只是马达的一部分，并不是全部。马达的旋转离不开转子和定子。以 M 环为转子，鞭毛马达的定子目前还没有发现。
4. How we Perform Chinese-Japanese Document Translation
- Project preparation (task preview, resource attaching, job assignment, file uploading);
- Translation (Trados GroupShare Cloud Server Based);
- Finishing (editing and evaluating by peer human-revising and automatic correcting);
- Proofreading (checked by PM or senior proofreader to inspect accurateness, consistency, tones, and styles);
- Overall Preview (word count, translation element, memory matching);
- Resource Uploading (industry-based memory database syncing, glossary uploading, user-generated term updating);
- Task Splitting (finished by team leader manually, with each packet connected by 1 or 2 spare translators);
- Process Tracking (online progress visible for Trados users);
- Online Cooperation (multiple linguists can do one project segment);
- Daily Internal Meeting (both online and offline to exchange idea on translation styles, difficulties based on specific projects.);
- Cross Proofreading (This process is before our senior or PM proofreading as online coordination is smooth);
5. How we Prepare for QA Implement, Emergency, and Chinese-Japanese Translator Evaluation
- Blind Test (language, translation);
- Monthly Performance (output, error rate, resource contribution);
- Interactive Record (daily meeting suggestion, linguistic dialogue, management-related understanding);
- Customer Satisfaction Rate (we have a rotate mechanism for project manager appointment, so that is easy to track based on specific projects);
- General Qualifications (diplomas, years of working experiences, subject-matter working background, historical working experience);
More of Our Chinese-Japanese Translation Services
- -Chinese-Japanese Legal Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Medical Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Technical Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Financial Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Literary Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Marketing Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Advertising Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Sworn Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Certified Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Notarized Translation
- -Chinese-Japanese Conference Interpretation
- -Chinese-Japanese Consecutive Interpretation
- -Chinese-Japanese Simultaneous Interpretation
- -Chinese-Japanese Whispered Interpretation
- -Chinese-Japanese Localization
- -Chinese-Japanese Transcription
- -Chinese-Japanese Proofreading