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The Embassy bid farewell to Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag

... contributed to establish Thailand’s Consulate-General in Fukuoka. He visited many prefectures and cities outside of Tokyo, which led to the establishment of friendship association between Thailand and local towns, such as Akita, Yamagata and Sendai. The Thai Festival was also expanded to Saga, Fukuoka, Oita and Okinawa during his tenure. When natural disasters like the Kumamoto Earthquake in 2016 and Typhoon Hagibis in 2019 occurred in Japan, Ambassador Bansarn made sure the...
30/10/2019

The Ambassador Presided over the Opening Ceremony of the 4th Thai Festival in Sendai

... Thai Airways having stopped direct flights since March 2014, Sendai City and the Sendai Chamber of Commerce and Industry want to host the Thai Festival in Sendai continuously as one of the annual festivals held in the city. This year, the 4th Thai Festival in Sendai was held between 11-12 June 2016 and was supported by the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tokyo Office and Miyagi prefecture. In this event, 42 booths exhibited Thai foods, drinks and a variety of products and services. In addition, there were Thai stage performances, which included Thai boxing, Thai classical dance and Japanese and Thai artists such as Nat Sakdathorn ...
11/06/2016

The Ambassador paid a courtesy call on the the Governor of Miyagi Prefecture and the Mayor of Sendai City

On June 10, 2016, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag together with his spouse and delegations visited Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture in order to meet Mr. Yoshihiro Murai, the Governor of Miyagi Prefecture, and Mrs. Emiko Okuyama, the Mayor of Sendai City ... ... between Thailand and Sendai. The Ambassador’s main reason for visiting Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture was to attend the 4th Thai Festival in Sendai, which was organized by Sendai City, the Chamber of Commerce and Sendai Industry between June 11-12, 2016 and ...
Miyagi Sendai
10/06/2016

Thai Festival 2016 – Discover Thailand’s BEST

On May 14th 2016 marked the grand opening of the 17th Thai Festival under the theme, “Thai Festival 2016 – Discover Thailand’s BEST” inviting Japanese to search for the “best ... ... with only 30,000 visitors however in the present, there are about 300,000 visitors each year and it is spread out to other prefectures in Japan such as Osaka Prefecture, Nagoya Prefecture, Sendai Prefecture and Shizuoka Prefecture, showing that Thailand’s popularity in Japan. And for this year’s Thai Festival ...
14/05/2016
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