Despite the fact that in Japan, the status of Japanese language is not supported by law or the Constitution, Japanese is the official language and more than 140 million people worldwide (out of which 125 million, are Japanese)  use Japanese for communication. Japanese is also used in Thailand, China, Korea, and other countries. Japanese translation often causes many disputes and even an experienced linguist can have difficulties. Today, translation into Japanese is required not only to submit the documents, but also for business and other purposes, as in Japan, a country of huge opportunities, one can find their future.

The Japanese has three writing systems. There are only two times and Japanese words do not change depending on plural or singular form or first or second person. Also worth noting is different degrees of politeness. To translate documents or a website into Japanese, a professional translator will not need much time.