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Special Tourist Visa 【STV】

... the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979). · No criminal records in Thailand and Japan or the country of the applicant’s nationality. · No prohibitive diseases as indicated by the Ministerial Regulation No. 14 (B.E. 2535) such as Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Elephantiasis, drug addiction, third phase of Syphilis. · Employment in Thailand is strictly prohibited.  Required Documents   One original and one copy of the following documents are required: 1. Passport with validity of not less than 12 months and has at least TWO completely empty pages. *Two (2) copies of every ...
07/06/2021

Non-immigrant Visa O-A (Long Stay 1 Year)

... in Thailand, Japan and the country of the applicants’ nationality. · Has Japanese nationality or permanent residence in Japan. · No prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E.2535), namely, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Elephantiasis, Drug Addiction and Third phase of Syphilis. · Employment in Thailand is strictly prohibited . Required Documents 1. Passport with validity of not less than 18 months and has at least TWO completely empty pages. *Two (2) copies of every page of passport of the applicant. 2. Two application forms completely filled ...
26/03/2021

Ambassador of Thailand attends the Opening Ceremony of "Animal Wonder Rezourt-Ichihara Elephant Country"

... spouse, together with Team Thailand officials, attended the Opening Ceremony of “Animal Wonder Rezourt-Ichihara Elephant Country” at Animal Wonder Rezourt, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture.  Currently, Animal Wonder Rezourt is home to 12 elephants, the largest number in Japan, including four from Thailand and others from Africa and India. Not only the visitors can learn about the elephants and other animals, but can also experience the Thai atmosphere, enjoy Thai food and products at the zoo. The Tourism Authority of Thailand also supports the ...
23/03/2021

Non-Immigrant Visa O-X (Long Stay 10 Years)

... the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979). · No criminal records in Thailand and Japan or the country of the applicants’ nationality. · No prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E.2535), namely, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Elephantiasis, Drug Addiction and Third phase of Syphilis. · Employment in Thailand is strictly prohibited, except volunteer works. Required Documents One original and one copy of the following documents are required: 1. Passport with validity of not less than 6 months and has at least TWO completely empty pages. *Two (2) copies ...
03/03/2021

**Transit Visa 【TS】

... Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979). • No criminal records in Thailand, Japan and the country of the applicant’s nationality. • No prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E.2535), namely, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Elephantiasis, Drug Addiction and Third phase of Syphilis. • Employment in Thailand is strictly prohibited. Required Documents 1. Passport with validity of not less than 6 months and has at least TWO completely empty pages. 2. Application form completely filled in and signed by the applicant. ( The form can be downloaded  ...
13/01/2021

Building Thailand-Japan friendship with the Japanese Youth at Kogai Elementary School in Tokyo

... Japan. The briefing was presented by Ms. Urawat Sukseangdow, Minister-Counsellor, together with the Embassy’s staff. The students learned about Thai history, Thai tradition and culture. They also had an opportunity to learn more about a Thai baby elephant which was recently born at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. The Embassy was impressed that the students took notes about Thailand and made efforts to write Thai alphabets by themselves.
11/12/2020

OISCA Managing Director and Secretary General Pays a Courtesy Call on Ambassador

... its development activities in Thailand in 1975. One of its main projects was reforestation in Surin Province in the Northeastern part of Thailand. In order to show gratitude to OISCA and Japan’s efforts, Surin Province presented Ueno Zoo with two elephants, “Athit” and “Uthai”, in 2002 as a symbol of friendship between Thailand and Japan, so as to celebrate the birth of Her Royal Highness Princess Aiko as well as to mark the 20 th Anniversary of OISCA’s project in Surin Province. OISCA is currently conducting various activities in Thailand, including mangrove reforestation ...
OISCA
01/12/2020

Condolences for the passing away of Thai elephant “Arthit” at the Ueno Zoological Gardens

... the Ueno Zoological Gardens in 2002. Elephant “Arthit” was lucky enough to have received love and affection throughout his 18 years in Japan under the good care of the Ueno Zoological Gardens. In October 2002, bull elephant “Arthit” and cow elephant “Uthai” traveled from Surin Province of Thailand to the Ueno Zoological Gardens. Both of them had received warm affection and care. The two elephants were the symbol of “friendship” between the two countries, representing huge gifts from Thailand to Japan to celebrate the auspicious occasion ...

Sincere appreciation from the Royal Thai Embassy for Japanese generosity for Thai elephants.

Since the beginning of this year, the COVID-19 global pandemichas posed a considerable impact not only on humanity but also on animals. Elephants in Thailand have also been affected by the outbreak. Due to international travel restriction, the income of elephant camps and elephant mahouts in Thailand has reduced dramatically as international tourists are the major source of their income. On top of ...
03/08/2020

สถานเอกอัครราชทูตฯ ขอขอบคุณน้ำใจชาวญี่ปุ่นสำหรับช้างไทย

... ยังมีองค์กรเอกชนของญี่ปุ่นที่ได้ให้ความช่วยเหลือช้างไทยเช่นกัน เช่นบริษัท Freewill Inc. ซึ่งได้ดำเนินโครงการช่วยเหลือช้างไทย Save the Elephants, Save the Soul of Thailand เพื่อระดมทุนช่วยเหลือช้าง 2 ระยะและได้นำเงินไปบริจาคให้แก่สมาคมสหพันธ์ช้างไทยเรียบร้อยแล้ว ...
03/08/2020
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