A wealth of expertise

The Japan Echo Inc. team is made up of highly skilled professional translators and editors. Since its establishment in 1974, the company has worked to communicate Japanese opinion on foreign policy, politics, economics, culture, and the arts to readers overseas. We also organize international conferences and provide support for corporate PR activities aimed at investors outside Japan. We pride ourselves on being the country’s leading producer of high-quality translation, and continue to break new ground in communication between Japan and the rest of the world.

TOPICS
[2011/4/15]
europe Spring 2011 published by the Delegation of the European Union to Japan
Feature story: “New EU Schemes for Financial Stability”
[2010/4/23]
EU Delegation's website for students 'EUcircle.jp' launched
[2010/3/25]
Japan Echo Vol. 37 No. 2 published
[2010/1/27]
Japan Echo Vol. 37 No. 1 published
LINKS OPINION 3/11
2012/5/11
Our periodicals

JAPAN ECHO
Vol. 37 No. 2

Published March 25, 2010

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Japan Echo

CAHIERS DU JAPON
No. 115 hiver 2008

Published December 23, 2008

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Cahiers Du Japon

CUADERNOS DE JAPÓN
Vol. XXI No. 2, 2009

Published January 8, 2009

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Cuadernos de Japón

Yueyangjujiao Ribenluntan
No. 23

Published January 2010

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Yueyangjujiao Ribenluntan
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Translation and Publishing

Our translation and proofreading services are provided by a team of native speakers and bilingual Japanese editors, allowing us to offer professionally edited materials in a variety of languages.

Web Publishing

Japan Echo Inc. provides a full range of web publishing services, from website planning to editing, design, and production.

Corporate Communications

Japan Echo Inc. provides support for corporate PR in Japan and around the world. We can also help plan and run consulting events, and produce printed materials for publicity events.

International Conferences

Japan Echo Inc. has a wealth of experience in running international conferences—from managing media centers to mobilizing attendance by the press.