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JAPANESE VOICE OVER WANTED?
Voicebooking has the best Japanese voice overs online that can make your video more dynamic. Whatever voice you're looking for, you can find it on voicebooking.com. The Japanese voice over speaks your script exactly the way you want it. You can also direct the whole process yourself, so you don't have any doubts at all about your perfect video. All our voices are guaranteed to speak the language of the country of origin, so you can also use our services for your international productions. This way of working enables us to offer very competitive rates.
THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
Japanese is the official language of Japan. It is spoken by about 127 million people in Japan and by immigrants in Brazil, the United States and Peru. The Japanese languages, also known as Japanese-Riukiuan languages, is a family of languages derived from a language called Proto-Japanese. The relationship between Japanese and other languages is controversial; there are several theories, but none of them are generally accepted.
It is usually classified among the Altaic languages, as well as Korean, Mongolian and Turkish languages. Some linguists, however, think that it is not a language family but a Sprachbund. A direct link with Korean seems to be the most obvious, but because of the poor relations between the two countries, little attention is paid to this.
Our Japanese voice-overs can be heard in many different types of productions, including film trailers, video and corporate films, e-learning, TV commercials, radio commercials and voice response messages. As well as in animation films and audio books etc.
In Germany a Japanese voice-over is called a 'Japanese Sprachaufnahme', in France a 'voix off Japonais' and in Spain a Japanese voice-over is a 'Locutor Japonés'.