Activities


The Occasion of HM the Queens 77th birthday at Wat Paknam Chiba

staffs and Thai people resided in Japan joined the religious rite with to commemorate Her Majesty the Queen’s 77th anniversary at Wat Paknam, Chiba Prefecture.  

The 6th Asian Age Group Championships 2009

In the first day competition, 10 August 2009, Thai youth swimming athletes defeated other national athletes and won medals in many events including silver medal of men 800 m. Freestyle, bronze medal for women 50 m. Breaststroke, gold and silver medals for men 100 m Freestyle, bronze medal for women 100m Freestyle and gold medal for women 400m Freestyle which promote Thailand’s reputation abroad.    

Muay Thai Wave from YOKOHAMA 8

First Secretary attended Muay Thai Competition “Muay Thai Wave from YOKOHAMA 8” organized by Hamakko Muay Thai Gym at Akarenga Soko, Yokohama and presented trophies to the winners of the competition. There were about 400 people attended the event.   

Muay Thai Wave from YOKOHAMA 8

attended Muay Thai Competition “Muay Thai Wave from YOKOHAMA 8” organized by Hamakko Muay Thai Gym at Akarenga Soko, Yokohama and presented trophies to the winners of the competition. There were about 400 people attended the event.   

Teachers from Study Group on Elementary school, Kawasaki city visited the Royal Thai Embassy

visited the Royal Thai Embassy to study about Thailand as a part of the International Awareness Education study. The Embassy’s staffs have presented the basic information about Thailand and the Thai residence. And later, teachers asked questions about Thailand.        {gallery}activities09/july{/gallery}

Evening Cool Party

organized annually function “Evening Cool Party” ” to further promote relationship among the association’s members, invited guests from public and private sectors, and Thai officers in Japan. The atmosphere was cheerful and 300 participants also enjoyed Thai cuisine and Thai beer at the party.         

Final Examination of Non-Formal Education

 for non-formal education students in Tokyo. 27 students attended the examination including 2 students for elementary level, 8 students for junior high school level, and 17 students for high school level.  

ACT Bowling Tournament

at Bowling Center Shinagawa Prince Hotel. The Royal Thai Embassy won the Women’s Individual Champion.    10 ASEAN Embassies’ bowling teams from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Brunei, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam together with the honourable bowing team from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA) also joined in the friendly competition. The final result is as follows; PrizeCountryPlayersIndividualFirst TurkeyLao PDRHE Mr.Sithong ChitnhothinhWomens Individual ChampionThailandMs.Pornsawan Maeda1st Runner-up Womens IndividualBruneiMs.Aminah Abdullah2nd Runner-up Womens IndividualThe PhilippinesMs.Marianita LlenosMens Individual ChampionSingaporeMr.Andrew Lim1st Runner-up Mens IndividualMyanmarMr.Nayzaw Myint2nd Runner-up Mens IndividualIndonesiaMr.I.G.Putu AdnyamaHighest Score in Overall GameIndonesiaMr.I.G.Putu AdnyamaBooby PrizeVietnamMr.Nguyen Minh HaTL Category ChampionLao PDRHE Mr.Sithong Chitnhothinh1st Runner-upIndonesiaMr.Ronny P.Yulian Toro2nd Runner-upBruneiHE Mr.Mohamad Alias SerbiniTeamChampion TeamBrunei1st Runner-up TeamLao PDR2nd Runner-up TeamMalaysia / The Philippines 

The Ambassador acted as a witness during the signing of an agreement between Siam Biomass Product Ltd. and Mitsui & Co. Ltd.

On 31 May 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag acted as a witness during the signing of the Biomass Fuels Contract between Siam Biomass Product Ltd., by Mr. Surapol Kunanantakul, Managing Director, and Mitsui & Co. Ltd., by Mr. Kazuhiro Iguchi, General Manager of the Fuel Division, joined by Miss Natiya Suchinda, Minister (Commercial).

Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese Speech Contest Visited the Embassy

On 25 January 2016, Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counselor welcomed five winners of the 3rd Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest at the Royal Thai Embassy.


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