... Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below.
Change of Non-Immigrant Visa (B)
As of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised
into 3 types as below.
On 4 July 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo,held a teaching lesson for Japanese flower arrangement(Ikebana) with the cooperation from the Small Interest Group ofthe Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) at the Hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.The lesson was taught by Fujiko Masuda, the President ...
... Educational Committee in Chiba visited the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. The purpose of the visit is to learn about Thailand in all aspects, especially Thailand-Japan relations. The teachers asked questions such as the education system in Thailand , teaching English in Thailand and Thai culture. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, First Secretary, welcomed the group and corresponded queries focusing on an education system in Thailand and an English teaching programme in educational institutions.
Non Immigrant B Visa (Teaching)
For applicants who already having a permission to enter to the Kingdom
from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand
(To obtain the permission please contact Schools/Educational Institutes
and Ministry of Education, Thailand)
... DVD on Thai culture and Thailand-Japan relations and participating in Q & A with Minister-Counsellor Pattarat Hongtong.
The students asked questions such as Thai wedding ceremony, difference in Thailand and Japan climate, and life based on Buddhist teachings.
On 10 January 2014, Royal Thai Embassy representatives attended the Kamenori Forum 2014 at Arcadia Ichigaya Hotel in Tokyo. The forum was organized by the Kamenori Foundation and International Cultural Exchange and Teaching Japanese in Foreign Countries Support Foundation. Japanese and non-Japanese students who were supported by the foundation reported about their participation in the program.
The Thai student participating in the program was Ms. Nattarika Surakamhaeng,...
... been enjoyed by Japanese people. Currently there are 1,000 Thai restaurants in Japan.
For this event, the Royal Thai Embassy invited chef Chamnong Nirangsan, who is the president of the Thai Cooking Association and guest judge on Iron Chef Thailand to teach the guests about Thai food. The participants were split into two groups, those engaged with foreign affairs and Thailand; another group consisted of management from large private companies. The chef of a five-star hotel in Tokyo, Japanese food experts ...
Ambassador Singtong shared the Embassy’s role in supporting people with disabilities. The Thai diplomats' spouses chose to provide donation from the Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) to the Pakjit Pakjai Project in Chiang Mai Province, which teaches the Japanese "Sashiko" embroidery technique to the visually impaired people in Thailand. Such technique is used by Japanese women to embroider clothes at night without any lights from candles, lamps, nor electricity in the old time. ...
... the country. His Majesty also explained the importance and benefits of translating the holy Islamic scripture into Thai, as it will allow Thai Muslims with limited or no knowledge of Arabic to study and gain a deeper understanding about the principle teachings and practices of Islam.
His Majesty had openly developed a keen yet genuine interest in Islamic culture and history. Every year, the King or a member of the Royal Family, as His Majesty’s representative, participates ...
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· The embassy does not allow an applicant to appoint a representative to submit a visa application for these visa types :
Non - Immigrant
- B Visa (Teaching)
2) Non - Immigrant - O Visa (Spouse or Dependent of Thai Citizen)
3) Non - Immigrant - ED Visa (Education)
4) Non - Immigrant - O Visa (Parents/Guardians of Student)
*5) Non - Immigrant - O Visa (Medical -Treatment)
6) Non - Immigrant - M (Media/Journalist)