Hire the best, hand-picked Japanese voice talent.
Empower your content with natural human intonation. Captivate and connect with audiences in Tokyo or Nagasake with VTO’s Japanese voice over services. Find your perfect, authentic narrator below, or call now to use our end-to-end Japanese casting and production service.
VTO are always easy to work with. They communicate clearly, support throughout the process and deliver high quality audio every time!
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I have worked with Voice Talent Online on several projects now and have been extremely happy with the quality of service and value provided. They offer a fantastic selection of voiceover talent to suit any project and are always extremely responsive to any questions I have.
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Great service, fast turnarounds. Always a pleasure to work with the team at Voice Talent Online.
Did you know:
- Japanese is one of the oldest languages in the world – ancient enough that we don’t actually know when it first appeared (some believe it was spoken as early as the third century, perhaps even earlier).
- It’s also one of the most prominent languages online, with primary Japanese speakers making up 9.6% of the world’s digital population.
Our Japanese voice talent consist entirely of native speakers – perfect for Marketing, corporate video, video games, eLearning TV & radio ads. Contact us today to learn more about our quality assurance and competitive pricing.
We also provide Japanese Subtitles.
In today’s world of silent social-media video, subtitles are a popular addition to voice over narration. This might at first seem counter-intuitive – you’d traditionally have either voiceover or subtitles. But today, video content is often watched on mute. To ensure that the viewer receives the full auditory message from the (sometimes-muted) Japanese voice over, it’s very common now to add subtitles to online video.
View a case study of a recent Japanese subtitles job.