On 23 July 2010, the Ambassador and his wife, together with the embassy’s officers joined ASEAN’s annual bowling game in Tokyo.
On 24 July 2011, Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul and his wife, together with Minister Singtong Lapisatepun supported 12-year-old Thai youth football team at the Saitama International Junior Football Tournament 2011 final. Warm hospitality was given by Mr. Osamu Shiokawa, Saitama Vice-governor. After the match, the Ambassador and his wife, and the Minister joined a dinner with the Thai football team. This year Thailand (yellow) won 7-6 over Japan (blue) by free kicks.
On 21 July 2011, Mr. Teisuke Kitayama, President of Japan-Thai Business Forum(JTBF) and Chairman of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, called for the annual meeting and reception of year 2011 at Sumitomo Kaikan Building to discuss with members about activities to promote Thailand.Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul and the embassy officers attended the event.
On 14 July 2011 evening, the Ambassador, together with the Ambassadors of the ASEAN Embassies,attended a Dinner hosted by H.E. Mr. Takeo Nishioka, President of the House of Councillors,at the Official Residence of the President to express gratitude to the ASEAN countries for the support andrelief to the East Japan Great Earthquake and Tsunami disaster.
On 11 July 2011, the Ambassador and Madame hosted a dinner at the Thai Residence in honour of the Chief of Protocol of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, H.E. Mr. Yoshitaka Akimoto and his spouse, as well as the diplomatic colleagues - the Ambassadors and spouses of Venezuela, Colombia, Pakistan, European Union, Belgium and Sri Lanka.
On 17 July 2011, the Ambassador and Madame visited Sendai to view the Tohoku Rokkon Matsuri, meet with Ms. Mieko Okuyama, Mayor of Sendai, and examine Natori City - one of the devastated area of the great earthquake.
On 27 June 2011, H.E. Mr. Virasakdi Futrakul and Madame hosted a dinner at the Thai Residence in honour of Mr. Pramon Sutivong, Chairman of Toyoto Motor Thailand, in celebration of his conferment of the decoration, The Order of the Rising Sun of Japan
On 13 July 2011, H.E. Mr. Virasakdi Futrakul, Ambassador of Thailand, hosted a luncheon at the Thai Residence for Japanese politicians who are members of the Japan-Thailand Parliamentarians’ Friendship League. The guests include H.E. Mr. Yukio Hatoyama, former Prime Minister, Mr. Masahiro Komura, former Foreign and Defence Minister, Mr. Yasuhisa Shiozaki, former Chief Cabinet Secretary, Mr. Koriki Jojima, Ms. Chinami Nishimura, and Mr. Taro Kono.
On June 14, 2011, Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul and wife, head officers of Thai government offices and the Royal Thai Embassy’s officers attended Thai Fight Extreme Press Conference and “YAMADA ~The Samurai of Ayothaya~” premiere at Shinjuku Meiji Yasuda Life Hall. Following the opening speech by the Ambassador, statements by H.E. Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop, former Deputy Prime Minister and Chair of the Tournament Organizing Committee, and Mrs. Panatda Chennavasin, Vice President of Tri Petch Isuzu Sales Co., Ltd. and the main sponsor, were given. A number of Thai boxing fighters from both Thailand and abroad including Buakaw Por. Pramuk are to join the fight held on August 7, 2011 at Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo.After the press conference, honorable guests kindly attended “YAMADA ~The Samurai of Ayothaya~” premiere.THAI FIGHT EXTREME JAPAN２０１１年８月７日（日） 有明コロシアム開場/14:00 試合開始/15:00タイ生放送開始/17:00チケット販売中http://www.thaifight.jp/
On 24 June 2011, Mme Aumaporn Futrakul, along with spouses of Thai diplomats,attended the “Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) Cheque Sharing Ceremony” held at the Embassy of Pakistan. In the ceremony, H.E. Ambassador of Pakistan as well as Mme Aumaporn, Chairperson, made remarks, followed by a slide show of photos taken by some member countries when they conducted disaster relief activities in theTohoku region. Each member country received the equal sum of proceeds from donations made to the ALFS and profit from ALFS’s charity activities. Many member countries, however, decided to donate their money to Japan, which was adversely affected by the earthquake.