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2013.09.18 2nd Thai food school lunch at Yagumodai elementary school in Chofu City

On 18 September 2013, Yagumodai Elementary School in Chofu City, Tokyo, invited Embassy members including Minister Singtong Lapisatepun and his spouse to join their Thai food school lunch.  This was the second time of such programme to be organized by the school, since it was first held in March 2013.  At the school, Minister Singtong gave a brief lecture to the class of 5th grade about the country and Thai culture. Students also enjoyed trying Thai dance ...
27/09/2013

Updated : Information for Travelers from Japan ( 27 March 2020 )

... through international airport only if they fall under one of the following categories: a . Being in the situation or a person exempted by the Prime Minister or Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, under certain conditions and prescribed time period. b . Carriers of necessary cargoes, but required prompt exit after the mission is completed. c . Pilot-in-command, and crew members of the flight entering Thailand with clear schedule to depart. d . Persons on diplomatic or consular mission,...
28/03/2020

Ambassador and his spouse participated in the Setubun Festival at Narita San Temple

On 3 February 2020, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun and his spouse attend the Setsubun Festival or the Japan's bean-throwing festival to celebrate the beginning of spring since ancient times at Narita-san Temple, Chiba Prefecture. On 3 February 2020, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun and his spouse attend the Setsubun Festival or the Japan's bean-throwing festival to celebrate the beginning of spring since ancient times at Narita-san ...
Setsubun
03/02/2020

The Royal Thai Embassy organized the mobile consular services at Tochigi Prefecture

On 24 June 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, organized the mobile consular services at the Tochigi International Center for the sixth time. The Embassy provided services regarding passports, family registration, family affairs, legalization, and counseling by the Embassy’s staff and Thai volunteers. On 24 June 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, organized the mobile consular services ...
24/06/2018

Royal Patronage of a people and a culture

... traditional arts and crafts that best epitomizes her endeavors. Through encouraging and providing the means for the rural poor to revive old hadicrafts, the Queen shows a way for families to secure a source of valuable supplementary income while, at the same time, a fresh lease of life is given to time-honored crafts that may otherwise die out. The origins of Queen Sirikit’s specific involvement with indigenous handicrafts dates from the early 1970s, where a disastrous flood in Thailand’s northeast ...
07/08/2009

Minister Counsellor (Labour) attended Setsubun Ceremony 2019 at Naritasan Shinshoji Temple

On 3rd February 2019, Mr. Saichon Akanitvong, Minister of Labour attended the annual Setsubun (Bean Throwing) Festival at Naritasan Shinshoji Temple which is the ceremony to celebrate the spring of Japanat Narita san temple. Since ancient times, it is believed that changing seansons may cause misfortune. On 3rd February 2019, Mr. Saichon Akanitvong, Minister of Labour attended the annual Setsubun (Bean Throwing) Festival at Naritasan Shinshoji Temple which is the ceremony to celebrate ...
03/02/2019

CAAT Notification on Conditions for International Flight Permit to Thailand (No.2)

... the persons permitted to enter Thailand as prescribed in 3.                    3. The entry into Thailand of the persons of any of the following types, by aircraft, shall be permitted, provided that they comply with the conditions, time limits and rules of the authorized persons under the Thai immigration law, communicable diseases law, air navigation law, and the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situation, for the prevention of the spread of disease and the ...
COVID-19 CAAT
02/07/2020

The Ambassador welcomed the winner of the MOA Museum of Art Children’s Art Exhibition

On 28 January 2019, Mr. Bansan Bunnag, Ambassador welcomed the winner of the MOA Museum of Art Children’s Art Exhibition, which is organized for the 30th time, with over 310,000 artworks from children in Japan and abroad. “Laying and Bird Watching” which is the artwork of Phuwadet Permsup (age 9 years old) has been awarded from the MOA Museum and the other 2 artworks have also been exhibited as well....
MOA
29/01/2019

History of the Thai Residence

... dispatched to Tokyo headed by Phraya Ritthirong Ronchet, Minister Plenipotentiary. He was the first Chief of the Thai Mission to Japan. In the early days, a room at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was used as the Legation’s office. Over the course of time, Thailand’s mission, later promoted to the mission headed by Ambassador Plenipotentiary in 1941, was relocated to various places, such as Daimachi in Akasaka, Hikawacho in Akasaka (now in Minato), and Harajuku in Shibuya.           In 1943,...
07/07/2020

The Ambassador attended the Evening Cool Party 2018

... Thailand to Japan, together with the officials of the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, attended the JTA Evening Cool Party at the Gofukubashi Club, Tokyo, which is an annual party for the member of the Japan-Thailand Association and this year was the 14th time. On 3 July 2018, H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, together with the officials of the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, attended the JTA Evening Cool Party at the Gofukubashi Club, Tokyo, which is an annual party for the member ...
03/07/2018
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