JAP->RUS. Please advise outsourser/site in Japan
Thread poster: Michael Shevchenko

Michael Shevchenko  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:27
Japanese to Russian
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Apr 15, 2010

Dear all!
I am offering translation services from Japanese into Russian.
Could you please advise me some resource similar to ProZ in Japan (if any)?

Thank you in advance.


Local time: 06:27
Russian to Japanese
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詳しい方ではありませんが Apr 15, 2010


[Edited at 2010-04-16 05:56 GMT]


Andreas Baranowski  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:27
Japanese to English
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Individual approach works better Apr 16, 2010


You can try your luck with various sites that allow you to “register” until some outsourcer contacts you. These sites are free of charge and available to just about anyone, and therein lies the problem: chances are you will never be found. I recommend registering your offerings with the Japanese Translators Association (JAT) for an annual charge of USD100, and for the rest of it approach local agencies individually with your credentials, preferably in Japanese. I admit this process is somewhat laborious but it leads to results.

All the best.


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