Say Hello to Black Jack" English Translation Project Is on the Go at "Nico Nico Seiga"
From Thursday November 11th, "Niconico Seiga", an online slide-show presenting system run by Niwango Inc. (HQ: Chuou-Ku, CEO: Seiji Sugimimoto), is now fully-adopting to the English translation project of "Say Hello to Black Jack", a famous Japanese manga ...
Lost in Translation
Hello, I read your column on Hellsing with ... Unless you can't understand it at all, in which case, I wouldn't call it a translation. My point is that in your article you call the preserving of theses Japanese terms a step in the right direction.
Japanese Speaking Myna Bird
The video shows the smart bird being thought by his owner to answer the phone. Below is the English translation of the conversation. Bird:” ‘Uhm Hello, this is the Ono family.” Bird: “What’s wrong?” Owner: “Abe-chan, you’re a little too early.
What’s a kokkai anyway? Tokyo’s street signs get an English makeover
The numbering system isn’t in chronological order, many streets don’t have signs, and even if they do, the Roman letter translation of the Japanese can be as mystifying as the kanji characters. It’s all very well using a script foreign visitors can ...
Japanese pop culture isn't lost in translation
Mary Charvat, who works at Connx Solutions Inc., a Redmond data management software firm, can attest several ways to the Japanese pop culture phenomenon. She lived in Japan for 11 years and has a 2-year-old daughter who has a Hello Kitty hat, shoes ...