Make a Sign Speak Any Language

QR Translator issues a special QR code that bridges the language barrier. Scanning the QRT Code - a combination of a QR code
and icons representing the available languages - leads the smartphone user to the translated content.

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What is QR Translator?

QR Translator is the first online service that makes it easy to produce signs and printouts in multiple languages. To use the service, input your source text, and then select the target languages and the location where the translation will be used. The QR Translator issues a QRT code in the form of a 2D barcode. You can put the QRT code on your signs or documents. People can then use their smartphones to read the QRT code and retrieve the translation in their own language.

Why01

Quick!

The entire process from start to finish takes only three steps and can be completed in as quickly as one minute. Then you just print the code and use it.

Why02

Powerful

Use QRT Codes and don't worry about space anymore. Ideal for multi-language restaurant menus, international landmark and commercial facilities.

Why03

Simple

Update your contents without re-issuing a new QRT Code. The QR Translator system offers a wide range of options for editing your translated text.

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News

16 Dec

Year-end through New Year holidays

Our year-end holidays are from December 30th to January 3rd. We are sorry for the inconvenience.


13 Dec

Written in the December 13, 2016 Edition of the Nihon Keizai Shinbun

QR Translator was written about on the Metropolitan Area Economics page of the Nihon Keizai Shinbun Tokyo Edition, as a multi-language reception system using QR Codes.


31 Oct

"QR Translator" has won the grand prize of the "World Transmission Competition" in the category of Services, selected by the Promotion Committee of the Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Support Center

Tokyo took initiative and introduced the prize this year, for the purpose of publishing innovative and promising products, technology and services developed for events such as the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. At the awards ceremony on October 31, the grand prize was awarded by the governer of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike.