[KineJapan] Toda Natsuko's story

Jonathan M. Hall jonathanmarkhall at gmail.com
Sat Jul 4 16:07:05 EDT 2020

Hello All,

I enjoyed reading this /rough/ transcription of a talk in Osaka last month
by famous Japanese subtitler Toda Natsuko about her career in the world of
subtitling. It's a quick read but the glimpse of the early history of
subtitling in Japan is interesting, and, through the modesty of her
self-history, you can hear Toda's powerful determination to break into a
male clique.


By the way, the Society of Writers, Editors, and Translators is a great
association. And their very helpful Japan Style Book can be downloaded for
free. Follow this link:


Best regards to all,
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