... Embassy booth, the theme of “Thailand: Kitchen to the World” was highlighted through the display and exhibition of fresh products which are currently imported to Japan i.e., herbs and spices, fruits and processed foods, in order to demonstrate the agricultural development in Thailand that have grown from the field to agro-industry. The fruit tasting has also drawn great attention from visitors.
... participated in the “Orchid Table Display” this year.
In addition, the Ambassador visited the booths of Thai orchid entrepreneurs who brought various kinds of orchids from Thailand for display and sale, with the support of the Office of Foreign Agricultural Affairs, Tokyo.
... 33)โครงการฝึกงานผู้นำเยาวชนเกษตรไทยในประเทศญี่ปุ่น และเจ้าหน้าที่สภาแลกเปลี่ยนทางการเกษตรแห่งประเทศญี่ปุ่น (The Japan Agriculture Exchange Council (JAEC)) เข้าเยี่ยมคารวะเอกอัครราชทูตบรรสาน บุนนาค โดยเอกอัครราชทูตฯ ให้การต้อนรับและให้โอวาทแก่ผู้นำเยาวชนเกษตรไทยทั้ง ...
... the Japanese residing in Thailand are well protected.
Ambassador met with the governor of Oita prefecture
Visit the ancient style rice paddy at Kunisaki Penninsula, Usa city, Oita prefecture. This landscape was designated as the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) in May 2013
Visit Oita Robocare Center at Mitsubishi Shoji & Sun Co., Ltd.
On 20 January 2014, the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, together with the Office of Commercial Affairs and the Office of Agricultural Affairs in Tokyo, held Yakitori Party to celebrate the reimportation of Thai raw chicken meat to Japan.
Ambassador Thanatip Upatising, as well as Dr. Tristsadee Chaosuancharoen, Director-General of the Department of Livestock Development,...
... Jatusripitak, Deputy Prime Minister to visit Wakayama Prefecture. On this occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister met with Mr. Yoshinobu Nisaka, Governor of Wakayama Prefecture to promote investment from Wakayama Prefecture in Thailand. Particularly, the agricultural industry, food processing and Agro-Tourism, which Wakayama has demonstrated a lot of potential in. In addition, Wakayama is the province that produces the most fruits in Japan.
After the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister visited the Sowakajuen ...
... Embassy exhibited the booths to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit's seventh cycle, or 84th, birthday anniversary. In addition, the Embassy consular officials organized a mobile consular service at the Royal Thai Embassy’s booth. The office of the Agricultural Affairs in Tokyo exhibited mango; Keaw Savey and Chok Anan, which were recently allowed to be imported into Japan for the participants. The Tourism Authority of Thailand in Osaka also had a booth exhibition to promote tourist destinations ...
... companies that invest in Thailand; particularly, bringing 600 Japanese businessmen to Thailand in 2017. Even though Mr. Mitsumata had finished his term but JETRO Bangkok is still continue supporting to drive the Thailand 4.0 policy, EEC, starts up business, agriculture and human development. They asked the Ambassador to persuade Thai people to travel to other region of Japan such as Hokuriku Shikoku and Tohoku
... economic cooperation. On this occasion, the BOI and Mie Prefecture signed an agreement to adjust the aforementioned frameworks towards the emphasis of the 10 targeted industries of Thailand which Mie Prefecture has capabilities in 2 of those, namely, agricultural innovation and electronics. The Deputy Prime Minister invited Mie Prefecture to cooperate with Thailand in order to establish an innovation center regarding both fields which is expected to officially open in November when the Governor of ...
... invited to participate this year.
The Royal Thai Embassy held a ceremony for people to join well-wishers in signing a congratulatory book to mark Her
Majesty Queen Sirikit`s seventh cycle or 84th birthday anniversary.
In addition, the Office of Agricultural Affairs brought Chok Anan and Kaew Savey Mangoes and Som-O (Pomelo) for
participants to taste. The Tourism Authority of Thailand also promoted tourist destinations in Thailand at the event as well.