As part of a creative project backed by a production house, we’re trying to reach out to a Japanese animation artist. I know this person does not read English so I wrote a “contact letter” that was then kindly translated by a Japanese native.
I’m laying out the letter and wanted to add at the end a sentence like : “This letter was kindly translated from English by Hiro, an actor, musician and artist currently based in Paris, France”.
Anyone can help me on this ?
Also, should I lay out the whole thing vertically? I personally don’t think this person will be “picky” on this aspect (he seems to be a pretty “laid back” guy with previous experience working with westerners). That said, I have very limited knowledge of Japanese etiquette on these things.