PingMag Interviews Manga Translator

For 15 years, Italian Simona Pini has been translating manga from Japanese into Italian and English. And not just any manga, but the big ones of the shoujo and shonen genres: Air Gear, Bleach, Steel Ball Run, Host Club or Nana! One quite special profession and I bet a lot of folks do envy her. How did she get there? PingMag visited Simona in Tokyo’s lovely Nakameguro neighbourhood where she currently stays…

Read on: PingMag – The Tokyo-based magazine about “Design and Making Things” » Archive » Dream Job: Manga Translator

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3 Responses to “PingMag Interviews Manga Translator”


  1. 1 gmaier August 18, 2007 at 11:00 am

    your blog really speaks to me, please keep it going.

  2. 2 zuihitsu August 19, 2007 at 10:53 am

    Thanks! And don’t worry, I’ll continue writing (at my usual leisurely pace).

  3. 3 oberourne December 27, 2008 at 3:10 pm

    How are you? your website is cool
    I have a new band and we just had a live gig you can see here:
    http://tinyurl.com/8lxnsg


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