... occasion of a study mission to Japan.
On 26 September 2016, the delegation of the Federation of the Industries of Ubonratchatani Province visited the embassy on the occasion of a study mission to Japan.
They attended a lecture on Thailand-Japan relations, Team Thailand’s duties as well as the current situation of Thai tourism in Japan at the hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.
... Naval Studies,
On 4 February 2016, Cap. Prawin Jittinan, together with students from the 48th Senior Officer School Institute of Advanced Naval Studies, paid a courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and listened to a lecture on Thailand-Japan relations on the occasion of their official visit to Japan.
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... 2013, eleven students of grade 6 from Tsurugashima City’s Sugishita Primary School in Saitama Prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy as a part of their study trip to Tokyo. Embassy staff shared with them about Thai culture and Thailand-Japan relations. Students asked questions about the origin of Thai flag, Thai language, Thai food and famous world heritage in Thailand.
On 3 October 2013, six students from Minami Kasai Dai Ni Junior High School of Edogawa Ward in Tokyo visited the Royal Thai Embassy and attended a briefing session about Thai culture and Thailand-Japan relations. Ms. Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, welcomed the guests and answered their questions on the Thai’s favorite Japanese TV shows, Japanese food and the most surprising moment while visiting Japan.
... August 2014, six students from Tsurumi University Junior High School visited the Royal Thai Embassy.
The students visited the Embassy in order to learn about international issues.
The activities included watching a 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.
... conduct study visits and to participate in briefings by the Japanese authorities concerned.
On the first day of the visit, the delegation paid a visit to the Royal Thai Embassy, during which H.E. Ambassador Bansarn gave a briefing on the Japan-Thailand relations.
... group of officers from the East Asia Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, who are responsible for Thailand’s issues. The Ambassador expressed his appreciation for their cooperation with The Royal Thai Embassy to strengthen bilateral relations and he hoped that this would continue from now on.
On 14 August 2015, sixteen teachers from Ichikawa 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 ...
... prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy.
On 1 October 2015, a group of Tokorozawa International Family, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy. Ms. Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor gave a briefing on Thailand in all aspects including bilateral relations between Thailand-Japan and also corresponded queries about several issues such as history, culture etc. On this occasion, they visited the Royal Thai Residence as well.