Special Attention

 Japanese gardens
  Visit our photogalery.

 Shikoku Pilgrimage
  Buddhistic footpath of 1200 km.

 Intercultural Communication Japan
  Information about this special course.

 Guestlessons at schools
  Manga, anime? We talk about it.

 Hiragana and katakana
  Learn the special Japanse writing systems.

 Study Japanese
  Privately or in a group.
  Much used study material (a.o.) is
  Japanese For Busy People

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cursus japans
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Translations and interpreting Japanese, Dutch and English

TranslAsian works as Japanese - English - Dutch translator and interpreter (also certified) since 1994. With a background in chemistry and biology, we often translate and interprete for technical companies.
TranslAsian also participates in the exchangeprogram of Wellantcollege with Japan.

TranslAsian - Courses Japanese

Japanese is one of the most difficult languages in the world, but also one of the most important ones. Our long teaching-experience garantuees that you will master this language while having fun -in spite of the many difficulties-.

The lessons can be given in groups, private, or in-house. Not only for busy people, but also for anime and manga-fans.

Interpreting and organising your trip in Japan or Holland

See Japan for yourself: we organize thematic trips to the Land of the Rising Sun
Holland is windmills, wooden shoes and tulips, Japan is a lot of temples... That is exactly true if you go to the Keukenhof at Lisse, or the Daibutsu at Nara...
Through teaching and guiding TranslAsian works for a better understanding between Japan and The Netherlands.

A message from Yukari Umezawa, 5e  dan Go professional from Tokyo.

a wish for TranslAsian by Yukari Umezawa

TranslAsian is a member of the NGTV, the Dutch Association of Interpreters and Translators.
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Of course we can provide our commissioners -if need be- with a VAR-statement.
TranslAsian is registered at the
Register Beëdigde Tolken en Vertalers
under Wbtv-nr 1084.
TranslAsian is registered at the Dutch
Chamber of Commerce.