... Thailand at Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo. The theme was centered on “Unique Thai Local Experience and Women’s Journeys in Thailand." Thai cultural performances and handicrafts, including the Arts of the Kingdom were displayed in this event. The ... ... Asia’s largest, Japan inbound and outbound tourism promotion, which is usually held annually and this year marks the 26th time it has been held. 140 countries participated in this event and there were more than 1,000 booths.
... such as Japan, China and Thailand. All profit from ticket sales will be donated to charity organizations in Japan, China, and Thailand. For Thailand, Madam Yupadee Bunnag is the representative who will donate funds to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the Queen.
Not only did the audience have an opportunity to donate to charity through this concert, they also had a pleasant time listening to music from many countries. In addition, Thai artists introduced a “Pin” (an Indian Lute), which is a musical instrument from the northern part of Thailand, to the audience and it was well received.
... Okuyama, the Mayor of Sendai and Mr. Toshihiro Shimizu, President of the Thai Festival in Sendai Committee and other honorable guests from Sendai City and Miyagi Prefecture also attended the ceremony.
The Thai Festival in Sendai was held for the first time between 5-6 October 2013 as an initiative of Sendai City and the Sendai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in order to enhance cooperation between Thailand and Sendai. The festival also gave a boost to tourism because Thai Airways had commenced direct flights between Bangkok and Sendai from 6 December 2013. This event was the first Thai Festival held in the Tohoku (Northeastern Japan) region. Despite ...
... financial assistance from the Royal Thai Government, amount of 10 million yen (approximately 3.23 million Baht), to Kumamoto Prefecture, for the purpose of disaster relief. Ambassador Bansarn also reiterated that the Royal Thai Government and the people of Thailand will stand ready to offer any assistance that Kumamoto Prefecture may need at this difficult time.
... Royal Thai Embassy, gave an opening speech about the love and reverence that the people of Thailand have for His Majesty the King and how he had worked hard for the well being of the people. Moreover, the ambassador emphasized the good relations between Thailand and Japan that have been going on for a long period of time and the cooperation of ASEAN countries and Japan in the future. It was an honour for us to have Mr. Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare and Chairman of Japan-Thailand Parliamentary Friendship Association, as a representative ...
... tourist visa is for sixty(60) days or less and the permission for extension of stay may be requested at the Immigration Office of Thailand.
Children under 20 years old travelling with parents must prepare documents showing family relations such as a copy of ... ... mentioned nationals will take upto 10 working days.
The Embassy may require an interview, please plan your trip with sufficient time for visa processing.
Documents required are as follow:
Valid passport. (valid for no less than 6 months)
Application form ...
... of cultures of foreign countries.
After Minister Counsellor conveyed a greeting speech, embassy staff gave a brief lecture on Thailand and cultures. The attendants got a chance to learn about Thai rice and experienced various Thai food during lunch time. Parents and kids made a small activity together and received Thai souvenirs, brochures about Thailand and also participated in Q&A with Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor as well.
During 28-29 May 2015, H.E. Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkeow and his wife visited Hiroshima Prefecture for the first time as the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan.
On 28 May 2015, the Ambassador gave a briefing on Japan-Thailand relations, Thai economy, investment in Thailand, and Thailand’s current political situations to more than 100 members of Hiroshima-Thailand Association in the association’s ...
... generally takes one (1) day and the applicant may collect visa on the next working day, unless the applicant is informed by the Embassy of the specific date for visa collection.
the embassy may require an interview, please plan your trip with sufficient time for visa processing.
fraud or misrepresentation can result in permanent visa ineligibility.
visa fee is non-refundable.
all documents required, except company’s registration issued by the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand and certificate of marriage, must be issued within three(3) months on the date of visa application.
Applicant must apply in person.
The stay for single entry Non-immigrant B visa is for ninety (90) days or less. The ...
On 16 December 2014, Mr. Yordying Supasri, 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 ...