... the footsteps of His illustrious forebear. In less than a decade, from 1959 to 1967, His Majesty, accompanied by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, visited 27 countries. He met with important leaders of the world, reaffirmed ties forged in Europe during the time of Rama V, addressed the US Congress, and placed a small country like Thailand firmly on the international map. Apart from merely “showing the flag”, the trips were also opportunities for His Majesty to learn the best skills and practices from ...
..., First secretary, gave a lecture on Thailand’s political and economic situation and the relations between Japan and Thailand at Meiji University, Izumi campus. The lecture was organized by ASEAN- Japan Centre and this year’s lecture was the 2nd time of such lecture. ASEAN-Japan Center invites a representative from Embassy of ASEAN member countries as well as from related organizations as a lecturer to provide information about member countries for promotion of the mutual understanding between ...
... together with the Thai Network in Japan (TNJ), a volunteer-based organization run by Thais, assisted in passport issuance, legalization and household documents issuances as well as counseling for Thais experiencing with everyday life in Japan. At the same time, Office of Labour Affairs also provided consultation on working in Japan.
... an earlier design that placed a white elephant (emblem of the absolute monarch) on a red background.
symbolizes the monarchy.
The Buddhist year for 2001 is 2544 (add 543 to the Christian year)
2 hours lag behind Japan (7 hours advanced from Greenwich)
Thailand's currency is the baht, which is divided into 100 satang. Copper coins are valued at 25 and 50 satang, and silver ones at 1, 5, and 10 baht. Bank notes are valued at ...
... significant contributions to international cultural exchange.
This year, the Technology Promotion Association (Thailand-Japan) received the award for its “great contribution to the development of Japanese language education in Thailand; its unceasing time efforts in fostering human resources; and its significant dedication in promoting mutual friendship and understanding between Japan and Thailand.”
... September 2016, The delegation of the Thai Students’ Association from the Tokyo Institute of Technology paid a courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy. On this occasion, the Ambassador welcomed the students and spent some time talking with them. In addition, Ms. Pornpit Somwong, Minister Counsellor (Education) also attended this visit.
On 14 April 2013, Minister Singtong Lapisatepun
and his spouse joined the
Thai New Year Festival 2013 at Isehara Public Hall in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, where the Minister gave an opening speech. The event, which has been held for the 4
time, was organized by Thai Residents in Saitama Club. It aims at promoting Thai New Year traditions to Saitama and its neighbors’ residents. Thai traditional dance and musi
c performance, traditional costume contest, and Thai cuisine and sweets tasting ...
... Embassy’s staffs briefed the students on Thailand and Thai culture. After the briefing, the students asked interesting questioned on Thailand and its culture. In this occasion, the Embassy’s staffs performed Thai traditional music for the first time to the students. Indeed, Tokyo-Jogakukan Elementary School visits the Embassy every year. All students pay attention to listen to the briefing which makes impression and appreciation to the Embassy’s officials and staffs.
On 26 November 2009,...
... of May 2019,
On 26 May 2019, Group Captain Tanasak Boonthanom, Defence and Air Attache, as a representative of Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag participated in trophy ceremony of Japan-Thailand Relations Sumo competition of May 2019, which was the first time since the new Reiwa era. On the last day of the competition, the trophy was awarded to Asanoyama, the winner of this competition.