as a study programme in Tokyo. In this occasion, the Embassy also gave some souvenirs to all students and teachers.
attended the Kathin Ceremony at Wat Pak Nam in Chiba Prefecture. In this occasion, the Embassy provided mobile consular service for Thai people including e-passport, degalisation and labour consultant by Office of Labour Affairs.
Chiba Prefecture, to provide services on e-passport, legalisation and consultation on labour by Office of Labour Affairs. 137 Thai people received the service on the day.
at Redbrick Warehouse, Yokokama. Yokohama Thai Festival Executive Committee and Asian Children Education Fund Association (ACEFA) and supported by the Royal Thai Embassy. In this festival, Thai restaurants, shops selling Thai products and Thai traditional performances were main features of the event.
and Heads of Thai officials in Japan participated in The King Rama V Memorial Ceremony and paid respect to the Statue of The King Rama V at Nitaiji Temple in Nagoya city, Aichi Prefecture.
together with 10 ASEAN Embassies to Japan at the Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo. In this year, the Embassy of Myanmar was the main coordinator of the event. The activities included a together-lunchon and competed in traditional games such as Tug of war, Penalty kick, Sepak takraw, Garden golf, Pickup Potatoes, Ping pong ball&spoon and Siamese twin run.
including Thai traditional musical instruments performance, Phee-Ta-Khon performance and Thai Takraw demonstration by Japan Sepaktakraw Federation. There were 629 students participated in the activities including quiz on Thailand and trying basic Thai Takraw for the first time.
201 participants from 55 countries joined the program during 1 – 14 October to exchange their opinions with Japanese on education, culture and society. Ms.Kornkanok Meksri, Nong Bua Pittayakarn School’s educator, was the representative from Thailand. She also performed the Northeastern Folk Dance in the ceremony also with the other countries’ performances.
organized by Saenchai Muay Thai Gym at Differ Ariake and presented trophies to the winners of the competition. More than 30 boxers from Thailand and Japan participated in this competition. There were about 1,000 people attended the event.
OA Kokietjim, Thai’s woman boxer, fought Asami Shikasho from Japan for the Vacant OPBF Female Flyweight Champion. In the match, Shikasho defeated her competitor by TKO in the 8th round.