Monthly archives: August 2015

English to Japanese Translation


I am an English-to-Japanese translator for publishing and for your private affairs. My recent career is a translator for Vice Japan.I can also translate Japanese to English and I do it professionally. I propose a cheap cost for your publishing or your private matters. One English word costs 20 cents for publishing publicly and for 15 cents for you privately. Isn’t it cheap? That’s it. If you want a more professional article in Japanese I may consider a different cost.


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English to Japanese

One English word costs 20 cents.

Japanese to English

One Japanese alphabet costs 15 cents.



Any articles without law and patent.

Commercial Ads. I used to be a copywriter.



Calculate 500 English words to 800 words per day.

Calculate 400 Japanese alphabets per day.

I think most of articles need one week or so.

Sample: English to Japanese On Vice Japan




Every day, the girl who wasn’t supposed to play crept a little closer to the actionFirst to the perimeter of the soccer facility. Next to the low-slung fence surrounding the field. Then to the top of the fence, the better to sit and watch the local kids practice, amazed that girls could participate. She even started returning stray balls.


Soon enough, 12-year-old Nadia Nadim and her new friends at the refugee camp in Denmark–both girls and boys, a concept which was still very new for her–discovered that the bushes lining the soccer field next door were flush with abandoned balls. The boys and girls collected as many balls as they could, and then started playing on the field when the local children weren’t using it.


Eventually, Nadim mustered the courage to ask the coach of the girls’ team if she could play, a decision that unwittingly put her on a path to becoming one of the best strikers in the world.



Long before Nadim starred for Sky Blue FC in the National Women’s Soccer League and brought Denmark to the cusp of qualifying for this summer’s Women’s World Cup, she kicked her first soccer ball in the unlikeliest of locations: the walled garden of her childhood home in Kabul, Afghanistan.


Her father, Rabani, was a progressive man. The Taliban had seized control over the country in the fall of 1996, declaring Afghanistan an Islamic state and immediately banning women from employment; education; venturing outside the house without male supervision; laughing loudly; wearing anything white or shoes that made noise; being seen in public uncovered by a burqa; and, of course, playing sports.


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Nepal Earthquake I translated English to Japanese subtitle.


Sample: Japanese to English


Cinema Guide

“Miyoko asagaya kibun” (English title: MIYOKO)

Filled with ’70s’ Helpless

The autobiographical film draws anguish of a comic artist, Shinichi Abe.

In 1970s, a helpless atmosphere was flowing in Asagaya of Tokyo, Japan. Abe (acted by Kenji Mizuhashi)  lived with Miyoko (acted by Mary Machida) and got attention by his art comic work  “Miyoko asagaya kibun” (English title: MIYOKO).

But Abe was gradually coming to a dead end in his creative way because he lost the border between his private life and the world of his work. Then, he became a schizoid and repeated to stay in the mental hospital.

The editor (acted by Shiro Sano) who worked for a legendary art comic magazine “Monthly Comic Garo” could not give up Abe’s talent and visited Abe’s place.

Directed by Yoshifumi Tsubota. 1 hour 26 minutes.


“Miyoko Asagaya Kibun” (English title: MIYOKO) Draws the Wife of a Cult Comic Artist, Shinichi Abe ; Spreading a Sensation From Japan to Europe

[Cinema Today Film News] “Miyoko Asagaya Kibun” (English title: MIYOKO) which is a nominee for VPRO Tiger Awards of the 39th International Film Festival Rotterdam was screened officially on the spot. Even though it screened early in the day, 10:30 am in the morning, most of seats were filled with audience.

The film brought the Best New Actress award to Mary Machida, a leading actress, in the 31th Yokohama Film Festival, is decided to reshow in Sangenjaya Central Theater in Tokyo from March 6th, and is spreading good valuation slowly. In the spot, Rotterdam, the film is now widely talked of as a possible Grad Prize due to the good complicated story of the short fiction comic work whose model is a cult comic artist, Shinichi Abe’s wife and his real life.



Awarded Grand Prize in Seoul Film Festival

Mr. Yoshifumi Tsubota (35 years old)

“Miyoko Asagaya Kibun” (English title: MIYOKO) which Mr. Tsubota directed as the first film for the theater was awarded Blue Chameleon Award of Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival in Korea. The film is one of the Grand Prize works which each judge of four categories selected for the Grand Prize from 15 nominees. The festival gathers new Asian director’s works… The small budget film, “MIYOKO” that cleared pinches of suspension for shooting is making a round of screening in all over the world since releasing of last year’s summer. The comic artist, Shinichi Abe, is the model who has published his works centering on the comic magazine named “Garo” since ’70s. The film is reflecting a binding relationship between a main character, Abe himself, and his wife based on Abe’s works which draw the relation with the wife without reserve. The film including humor and eroticism attracted Korean audience. In the screening process, the film gathered high valuations with words “the film is outstanding with the expression of mixture of falsehood and truth and Miyoko’s portrait which supports the artist, her husband Abe, with selfless devotion.

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Graduated Tama Art University. Mr. Tsubota has also dealt with commercial films and productions of TV programs. The DVD of “MIYOKO” is on sale from Kinokuniya Book Store.

About Yoshihiro Kaneda


About Yoshihiro Kaneda

A writer and an editor living in Brooklyn, New York.

I was born in 1955 and graduated Meiji University on Literature in Japan and Borough of Manhattan Community College with graduation with honor on Writing and Literature.

I have had a long time for serialization for the Yahoo Internet Guide of Japan over 5years and 50 times.

During three decades in the Japanese publishing industry, I have published over 7 books as an author and 4 books as an editor. I published two books from Kodansha which is the biggest publisher in Japan and the most authoritative publisher, especially Japanese. And I have contributed as a writer to the Weekly Economist which is published by Mainichi NewsPapers, one of the three big newspapers in Japan. I live in Brooklyn, New York and started my translator career since 2011. Recently, I have been working for Vice Japan as an English-to-Japanese translator.

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