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Honyaku Plus is a Tokyo-based translation and interpreting company that has been reliably serving the international business community for the past 18 years.

Our clients range from private individuals and SMEs to multinational companies and organizations such as Adidas, Bosch, Cartier, Dentsu, FIFA, Gucci, Nikon, Panasonic, Yamaha and Sony.

In addition to Japanese and English, we work in more than 20 other languages.

Special Offer

Honyaku Plus is offering Connect Members 20% off our regular rates for translation and remote interpreting.

How to Use the Special Offer

Please e-mail us with details of the assignment and include “Custom Media Connect offer” in the subject line: translator@honyaku-plus.com

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