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Embassy members attended the annual parade in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture

On 10 November 2019, Ms. Pishayasinee Mulapruk, Counsellor and Mr. Sakon Wanasethi, First Secretary (Agriculture) attend the 15th annual parade in Kawagoe which was participated by Thai community in Saitama to raise awareness of Thailand. This event was participated by Thai community for 11 years. Besides Thai community, there were also others communities from Korea, the Philippines joining ...
10/11/2019

Minister Counsellor attended the annual parade in Kawagoe

On 11 November 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag assigned Mr. Saichon Akanitvong, Minister Counsellor (Labour) to attend the 14th annual parade in Kawagoe which was participated by Thai community in Saitama to raise awareness of Thailand. This event was participated by Thai community for 12 years. Besides Thai community, there were also others from Korea, the Phillipines and Indonesia ...
11/11/2018

Minister Counsellor attended Kawagoe Festival

... behalf of the Royal Thai Embassy, Mr. Nattapong Lathapipat, Minister Counsellor attended Kawagoe Festival which is held every year in Saitama prefecture. Many Thai people from Saitama and Yokohama wearing national dress participated and walked in the parade. On 13 November 2016, on behalf of the Royal Thai Embassy, Mr. Nattapong Lathapipat, Minister Counsellor attended Kawagoe Festival which is held every year in Saitama prefecture. Many Thai people from Saitama and Yokohama wearing national dress ...
13/11/2016

2013.11.10 Minister joined Kawagoe International Exchange Festa 2013

... Saitama Prefecture.  The Minister also gave a speech at the opening ceremony.  Food stalls by international volunteers as well as traditional performances were provided.  Thailand showed Sukhothai Dance to the audience. In the afternoon, international parade joined by international volunteers from, for examples, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, China, Bolivia, Brazil, Mongolia, and Romania.  Approximately 80 Thai residents in Saitama joined the parade with Thai farmer dance.
14/11/2013

2013.05.18 Toyosu Carnival 2013

... cooperation of Thailand Tourism Authority, Tokyo Office, the Thai Sapaya Association in Japan and Maamaa Inc., promoted Thai tourism, Thai massage and Thai products “Pa-kao-maa” loincloth. In the morning, the schools in Toyosu district participated in the parade, starting from Toyosu station to the park. The opening ceremony was held at 14.00 hrs. and many guests of honor attended, including Mr. Takaaki Yamazaki, Director of Koto-ward, who delivered the welcome speech. 11,000 people joined this event.
03/06/2013

The 34th Japan-Thailand Nagamasa Festival

... Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tokyo and staff from the Royal Thai Embassy participated in the 34th Japan-Thailand Nagamasa Festival in Sengen Street, Shizuoka Prefecture. The Minister Counsellor gave an opening speech and participated in the parade and worship ceremony for Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese adventurer who gained considerable influence in the Ayutthaya Kingdom of Thailand at the beginning of the 17th century. In this event, there were several Thai food and products presented. Thai ...
06/10/2019

2014.08.24 Embassy joined “International Exchange Festival”, 60th Oi Dontaku Summer Festival

... Festival”, the 60th Oi Dontaku Summer Festival, which was held in Chuo-Dori Street, in front of Oimachi Station, Shinagawa Ward. Shinagawa Mayor, Mr. Takeshi Hamano, gave a speech for the festival’s 60th anniversary.  International friendship dance parade, where the Thai People in Saitama Club performed Thai dances, along with other dance groups from Shinagawa Ward or schools in the same area. Eleven embassies and consulates in Tokyo which are located in or related to Shinagawa Ward, including the ...
28/08/2014

10.07 The 27th Japan-Thailand Nagamasa Festival

... title of “Okya Senaphimuk”. Many Japanese and Thai residents in Shizuoka area  participated in the festival and enjoyed tasting Thai food, shopping at handicrafts shops, as well as watching Thai traditional dance and Thai boxing. There was also a parade lead by Thai traditional Tuk Tuk which was held from the venue to the Sengen Shrine. The participants also had a chance to try riding Tuk-Tuk car in the festival.
16/10/2012
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