Upon invitation from Shop Channel, a 24-hour- shopping cable TV channel, on 10 March 2014 Ambassador Thanatip Upatising and his spouse ... ... day.
Ambassador thanked the audience for its interest in Thai products, which are unique and of high quality. At the same time, his spouse invited the audience to join the 15th Thai Festival in Tokyo, which is scheduled during 17-18 May 2014. The ...
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On 18 May 2013, the Embassy attended the Toyosu Carnival 2013, which was held for the first time at Wild Magic Urban Outdoor Park, Koto-ward, Tokyo. The event was held to strengthen the friendship among Japanese and ... ... “Pa-kao-maa” loincloth. In the morning, the schools in Toyosu district participated in the parade, starting from Toyosu station to the park. The opening ceremony was held at 14.00 hrs. and many guests of honor attended, including Mr. Takaaki Yamazaki,...
... to join a Global Human Resource Development Project supported by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), running for 5 years starting from October 2012. It was the 7th lecture of the project and the first time for the representative of an Asian Embassy in Japan to give a lecture to the students. Moreover, the Chargé d Affaires also met with Mr. Ryota Teshima, the President of the University and the academics, and also with Thai students studying at the University, and exchanged ...
During 12-13 February 2014, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising officially visited Okayama for the first time. He met with Mr. Ryuta Ibaragi, Okayama Governor. Both agreed upon close cooperation on trade, investment and tourism.... ... this occasion, Ambassador also met with Mr. Shogo Ibaragi, President of Tenyama Co., Ltd. He thanked the firm for party invitation and discussed on the potential of future co-promotion of other Thai products besides jewelry.
... cooperation was made among SMRJ, Ministry of Industry of Thailand and the Royal Thai Embassy.
450 participants included over 150 Japanese SMEs. The Ambassador gave a 40-minute-special lecture on Thai and Japanese SMEs’ roles in Thai economy. At the same time, Mr. Hiroshi Takada, SMRJ President and Mr. Toshiyuki Yokota, Deputy Director of SME Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, and representatives from the Ministry of Industry of Thailand and Mizuho Bank, also shared detail on attractiveness of investment and business management in Thailand.
... 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.
... Shikida, Chairman of the Kanagawa Prefectural Assembly Japan - Thailand Goodwill Federation and the delegation of executives and representatives of Nippon Zettoc Co. Ltd visited to report the operation plans for the federation in 2018.
Mr. Shikida stated that he will lead the delegation to Thailand between April – May 2018 in order to observe the economics, investment and social issues. At the same time, they will donate 6,000 tubes of toothpaste, with the compliments of Nippon Zettoc, to the social foundations in Thailand.
On this occasion, the Ambassador expressed his appreciation for their cooperation and showed a willingness to support their ...
....’s President and Aichi Governor.
This year, the Royal Thai Embassy displayed Thai herbs and spices, which play important roles in Thai cuisine, while introducing their usage in other areas such as spa, beauty and other daily products.
At the same time, the Embassy arranged consular services for Thai community in Aichi Prefecture and nearby to provide services on passport, legal documents and living guidance. The Office of Labour Affairs also assisted in consultation on working in Japan.
The festival showcased Thai food and products, including Thailand promotion by the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways International.
... applause from the audience.
Japan Self-Defense Forces Marching Festival is held annually and is open for general public. In the past, only marches from Japan Self-Defense Forces and US Forces based in Japan participated. This year was the first time that the Royal Thai Army Band joined the event, as the representative of ASEAN countries to commemorate the 40
anniversary of ASEAN-Japan relations.