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How to view this page in English using Chrome
You can translate this Japanese web page in Google Chrome into English (or other languages) automatically, so you can read it easily without any additional work.
When you open any page written in Japanese, you should see a pop-up asking to translate the page, and you can customize Chrome to always translate pages without asking.
How to translate a page in Google Chrome on desktop
1. Open Google Chrome and use it to navigate to a web page that's written in a foreign language.
2. As soon as the page finishes opening, you should see a pop-up near the top of the screen asking if you'd like to "Translate this page?" Click "Translate."
You can also click "Options" to customize how Chrome works, such as always translating pages in your language without asking. If you find that Chrome has misidentified which language the page is originally written in, you can also click "Change language" to set it straight.
If you still don't see the pop-up when you open a foreign language webpage, Chrome might be having trouble finding the foreign text. To fix it:
1. Right-click empty space on the page.
2. In the right-click menu, select "Translate to English (or other)."
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