Activities


The Royal Thai Embassy held a Buddhist sermon given by Phra Ajarn Uthai Siritharo from the Khao-Yai Yanasampanno Temple in Nakhonrachasima

On 5 July 2017, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Madame presided over the Buddhist Sermon given by Phra Ajarn Uthai Siritharo from the Khao-Yai Yanasampanno Temple in Nakhonrachasima at the Royal Thai Embassy hall. The Dharma sermon was given to the officials and employees at Royal Thai Embassy, as well as Thai people in Japan.  

Deputy Governor of Bangkok and delegation visited the Embassy

On 5 July 2017, a delegation of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, led by Pol. Lt. Gen. Amnuay Nimmano, Deputy Governor of Bangkok, paid a courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy. They came to Japan to learn more about Japanese city's administrative systems.

President of the National Anti-Corruption Commission and a delegation visited the Embassy

On 5 July 2017, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed Pol. Gen. Watcharapol Prasarnrajkit, President of the National Anti-Corruption Commission and a delegation who were participating in a study visit to Japan, between 1-7 July 2017. On this occasion, they listened to a briefing about the corruption detection system of Japan, which was given by the related Japanese Authority at the Royal Thai Embassy.

Minister attended the opening reception of the Exhibition “SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now”

On 4 July 2017, Minister Cherdchai attended the opening reception of the Exhibition “SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now”.  The Exhibition, supported by all ASEAN Embassies in Tokyo, is held at the National Art Centre Tokyo and the Mori Art Museum, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ASEAN form 5 July through 23 October 2017.

Deputy Prime Minister presided over the opening ceremony of the exhibition "Thailand: Brilliant Land of the Buddha"

On 3 July 2017, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Gen Thanasak Patimaprakorn presided over the opening ceremony of the exhibition "Thailand: Brilliant Land of the Buddha" at the National Museum of Tokyo. The event was attended by Ms. Chaweerat Kasetsoonton,  Assistant Minister of Culture, H.E.  Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, Mr. Itikom Pamarasoot, Admiral Deputy

Minister Counsellor gave a lecture to students at Keio University

On 29 July 2017, Miss Cataleya  Phatoomros, Minister Counsellor gave a lecture on “Thailand-Japan relations : Old and Modern Partners” to Keio students at Keio University. The topic included 600 years of relations between two countries generated into three parts: Royal Family level, Governmental level, and People to People level.

Election Committee visited the Embassy

During 28 June - 3 July 2017, members of the Election Committee of Thailand visited Japan to conduct study visits and to participate in briefings by the Japanese authorities concerned.

The Ambassador attended the Team Thailand Meeting, June 2017

On 27 June, 2017 H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag, attended the Team Thailand Meeting. This meeting allowed Thai organizations in Japan including; The Thai Embassy, the BOI, Commercial, Agriculture, Industry, Labour, Education, the TAT, Finance and Military, to collect information and report on the activities of the Royal Thai Embassy and the current economic and political situation in Japan. In addition, Team Thailand's plan for the next period, was also discussed.

The new Ambassador of Singapore paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador

On 23rd June 2017, Singapore Ambassador to Japan Mr. Lui Tuck Yew paid a courtesy call on H.E Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy. Ambassador Yew has previously held important positions as the Commander in chief of the Naval forces and the Minister of Transport.

Thai cooking class event held in the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Japan-Thailand diplomatic relations

On June 21st 2017, H.E Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Madam Yupadee Bunnag presided over the opening ceremony of the Thai cooking class event for Japanese customers. This is one of the events held in the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Japan-Thailand diplomatic relations and its purpose is to create a positive image of Thailand and Thai products through media and food culture, which have been enjoyed by Japanese people. Currently there are 1,000 Thai restaurants in Japan.


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