On 20 March 2019, Mainichi Academic Group, Thailand brought 8 students in the Mainichi Japanese Exchange Scholarship Exchange Program to pay a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag. The Ambassador gave advice on living in Japan to the students and recommended them to bring knowledge
On 19 March 2019, Mr. Masato Furuya, the Director of Asia Center, The Japan Foundation, led 6 volunteers who had served as Japanese language teachers in junior high schools to pay a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag.
On 18 March 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag together with the Ambassadors of ASEAN countries attended the 8th ASEAN-Hitachi Annual Gathering in Tokyo which the executive officers of Hitachi provided the information on the development of Hitachi innovation and international cooperation among ASEAN countries.
On 18 March 2019 H.E. Mr. Alejandro Palma Cerna, Ambassador-Designate of the Republic of Honduras residence in Japan, paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan.
On 15 March 2019, Minister Cherdchai Chaivaivid provided briefing on Overview of Thailand-Japan Relations and East Asian Regional Affairs to the delegation of the Command and General Staff Collage of Thailand led by Colonel Jed Chantarasanarm, Deputy Commandant of the College.
On 15 March 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed a delegation of ladies from Wakayama Prefecture who came to the Embassy to learn about the history of the Thai Residence whose former owner was originately from Wakayama Prefecture. The delegation expressed graditude to the Thai Government for maintaining the Residence, a symbol of friendship between Thailand and Japan, in a perfect manner.
On 12 March 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed the delegation of the Office Attorney General of Thailand led by Mr. Pornsak Srinarong, Deputy Attorney General, the Attorney General Office of Thailand. The delegation visited at the Royal Thai Embassy in order to discuss on the current living condition of Thai citizens residing in Japan.
On 10 March 2019, Ms. Dheerangkun Uchino, First Secretary, and Ms. Tami Hashimoto, Information and Cultural Affairs Section, gave a lecture on Japan-Thailand relationship and Thai language to seventy of the first year students of Chiba University of Commerce who will visit Thailand for a study trip study from 2-6 April 2019.
On 28 February, 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Madam visited the Otsuka Art Museum in Tokushima Prefecture , which is the second largest art gallery in Japan and the first gallery reproduced masterpieces of art around the world faithfully by ceramization technology as the masterpiece of porcelain panel painting in the world. The museum also collaborated with Wat Khruanwan Wanwihan in Bangkok to bring the mural painting on the canvas printed on the tiles and sent back to decorate at the temple in Thailand.
On 28 February 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag paid a courtesy call on Mr. Hiroshi Gotoda, Deputy Governor of Tokushima Prefecture in order to strengthen the relationship between Thailand and the region of Japan. There are beautiful and impressive art and nature in Tokushima Prefecture, as well as LED industries in a world level.The Ambassador would like to bring the experience and best practices of Tokushima Prefecture to relevant organizations in Thailand, and also invited other regional companies to invest in the EEC zone in addition to the 9 companies currently investing in Thailand from Tokushima Prefecture. The Ambassador explained that the Consulate General of Osaka, which has covered over Tokushima Prefecture, supports Tokushima Prefecture in various aspects through close cooperation with Tokushima Prefecture and Thai people living in Tokushima Prefecture.