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ประวัติทำเนียบสถานเอกอัครราชทูต ณ กรุงโตเกียว

The original stone structure Gothic style building has long captured the attention and imagination of all passers-by. The two-story ... ... ambassadors to Japan since 1943, and has served as an important venue for meetings and accommodations for high-ranking officials and visiting dignitaries. The history of the building dates back to the years before the Second World War when Mr. Mumon Hamaguchi (1883-1945), one of the leaders ...
20/01/2016

Sugito International Association visited the Embassy

On 10 December 2015, a group of Sugito International Association, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy. The activities included watching a DVD on Thailand in all aspects and Thailand-Japan relations. On 10 ... ... Thailand-Japan relations. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor welcomed and also corresponded queries about several issues such as history, culture etc. On this occasion, Embassy`s staff gave a briefing on the history of Royal Thai Residence.
10/12/2015

Multiple Entry Tourist Visa (METV)

The Royal Thai Embassy wishes to announce the issuance of the following two types of ... ... **Airline tickets are required for all entries, except Japanese passport holders. Personal history duly filled in and signed by the applicant. Personal history form can be downloaded... ... Account Passbook is unacceptable.) Detail of itinerary or explanation of purpose of visit to Thailand. Supporting documents must be presented upon visa application. A...
27/10/2015

Tokorozawa International Family visited the Embassy

On 1 October 2015, a group of Tokorozawa International Family, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy. On 1 October 2015, a group of Tokorozawa International Family, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal ... ... all aspects including bilateral relations between Thailand-Japan and also corresponded queries about several issues such as history, culture etc. On this occasion, they visited the Royal Thai Residence as well.

Students from Chulalongkorn University visited the Embassy

On 14 July 2015, a group of professors and students from the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, upon their study visit to learn about the city planning in Tokyo. The group also had a chance to visit the ambassadors residence which has a long history and unique architecture.  
14/07/2015

Saruhashi Junior High School, Niigata visited Embassy

On 12 th March, 2015, nine students from Saruhashi Junior High School, Niigata, visited the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. The purpose of the visit is to learn about Thailand in all aspects. The group was welcomed by Mr. Mr.Singtong Lapisatepun, Minister. The purpose of this visit is to learn more about Thai history and cultures, as well as Thai ways of living.
12/03/2015

New Requirement documents For non Immigrant B VISA

The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo announces that the required documents for non-immigrant ... ... amend and be effective from 1st February 2015. For the further information, please visit Non-Immigrant B (Working) Non-Immigrant B (Business) Before you apply for visa... ... person(s) to act on his/her behalf must be submitted upon visa application. Personal history duly filled in and signed by the applicant. Personal history form can be downloaded...
30/01/2015

Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister

On 20 January 2015, five winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister Singtong Lapisatepun at the Royal Thai Embassy. The Minister shared with them the long history of Thailand and Japan’s relations and Embassy’s roles. The winners, who gave their speeches on 18 September 2014, were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-26 January 2015.  They will visit Kusatsu and other famous places in Tokyo....
20/01/2015

Nakafurano Elementary School visited the Embassy

On 14 January 2015, five students from Nakafurano Elementary School, Hokkaido visited the Embassy to learn about Thai culture and history. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, First Secretary, welcomed the students and gave a briefing on Thailand in all aspects. The students were excited and focused their attention on Thai sports, Thai food and culture difference.
14/01/2015

2014.03.25 Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls visited Embassy

On 25 March 2014, 33 members of Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls, Chiba Prefecture, visited the Royal Thai Embassy, where Minister Singtong Lapisatepun gave information on Thailand-Japan friendship.  The group watched DVD on Thai history, politics, economy and culture, and accordingly asked questions on various topics such as Thai popular sports, agricultural products, tribal costumes, and decreasing birthrate and aging society.
31/03/2014
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