Activities


Minister-Counsellor (Labour) partake in Songkran Festival in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture

On 9 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag assigned Mr.Saichon Akanitvong, Minister-Counsellor (Labour), to partake in Songkran Festival in Kawagoe city, Saitama prefecture. The group of Thai people in Saitama acted as a committee in this event.

The Ambassador presided over the Opening Ceremony of the 7th Thai Festival in Sendai

On 8 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the opening ceremony of the 7th Thai Festival in Sendai at Kotoudai Park. Mrs. Kazuko Kohri, Mayor of Sendai city, and Mr. Masanori Endo, the President of the Thai Festival in Sendai Committee who is the main organizer of the event, Mr. Shinya Endo, Deputy Governor of Miyagi Prefecture, and other honorable guests also attended the opening ceremony.

The Ambassador visited Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture

On 7 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag visited Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. On this occasion, Ambassador met with Mr. Yoshihiro Murai, Governor of Miyagi Prefecture and Mr. Koki Sato, Miyagi’s President of the House of Representatives. They discussed the cooperation to encourage the Thai - Miyagi relations in many aspects.

The Ambassador welcomed the delegation of “the high levels governor program” 72th class

On 7 July 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed the delegation of “the high levels governor program” 72th class - the program led by Mr. Jatyra Apichartbutr, Secretariat Assistant  of  the Ministry of Interior. Moreover, Minister Counsellor Salinee Phonprapai also provide an overview of Thai-Japan economics relations to the audiences.

Mr. Hiroyuki Kado, Member of Parliament of Wakayama Prefecture paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador

On 6 June 2019, Mr. Hiroyuki Kado, Member of Parliament of Wakayama Prefecture paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag in order to express gratitude for allowing delegation from Wakayama to visit the Thai Residence on the 15th March 2019. In addition, both sides discussed the corporation to encourage the Thailand - Wakayama relations.

The 6th grade students of Koriyama Xaverio Gakuen School visited the Embassy

On 6 June 2019, Mrs. Dheerangkun Uchino, Fist Secretary welcomed 36 students of the 6th grade and teacher from Koriyama Xaverio Gakuen Elementary School, Fukushima Prefecture to the Royal Thai Embassy as out-of-school learning. On this occasion, First Secretary Dheerangkun gave lecture about the Thai culture and Thailand – Japan relations. There was also Q&A section to gain more knowledge about Thailand.

The Royal Thai Embassy organized a workshop on making the traditional Thai garland for the ALFS members

On 5 June 2019, Mrs. Yupadee Bunnag, the Ambassador's spouse held a workshop on making your own traditional Thai garland for the Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS), ALFS's Ikebana lesson which Madam Yupadee is a chairman of the group at the Embassy Hall.

Deputy Director-General, Department of Children and Youth, Ministry of Social Development and Human Security paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador

On 4 June 2019, Mrs. Teppawan Pornawalai, Deputy Director-General, Department of Children and Youth, Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, along with delegation, paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag to discuss about Child Welfare in Japan.

The Ambassador made a Toast Speech for the Farewell of former Chairman and CEO of JETRO

On 3 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag made a Toast Speech for the Farewell of former Chairman and CEO of JETRO, Mr. Hiroyuki Ishige and welcome Mr. Nobuyuki Sasaki, as a New Chairman and CEO of JETRO.

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo organised ceremonies and activities on the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana’s Birthday Anniversary

On 3 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the ceremony to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana’s birthday anniversary at the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. Heads of Offices and officials of Team Thailand in Japan and their spouses, as well as the Thai citizens living in Japan, in total around 100 persons,


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