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The 1st Thai Festival in Fukuoka

On 29 September 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over and gave an opening remarks for the 1st Thai Festival in Fukuoka together with Mr. Hiroshi Ogawa, Governor of Fukuoka and Mr. Jungo Inoue, Chairman of Fukuoka Prefectural Assembly at the Hakata station area. The Ambassador expressed that the 1st Thai Festival in Fukuoka was organized to be celebrated the opening ...
29/09/2018

The Royal Thai Embassy organized the Mobile Consular at Thai Festival in Saga

... registration, legalization as well as visa. On this occasion, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag met Thai people living in that area and got to know about their living. In addition, it was an opportunity to promote the openin of the Royal Thai Consulate-General inn Fukuoka. On 20 October 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy organized the Mobile Consular at the Thai Festival in Saga city. The service included passport services, civil registration, legalization as well as visa. On this occasion, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag met Thai people living in that area and got to know about their living. In addition, it was ...
20/10/2018

Governor of Saga hosts a dinner in honour of Ambassador of Thailand

... Consul-General of Thailand in Fukuoka, and the delegation from the Royal Thai Embassy and the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka. Ambassador Singtong thanked the Governor for the warm hospitality and was happy to visit Saga once again after his first ... ... Ambassador Singtong also expressed his appreciation to Governor Yamaguchi for the latter’s continuous support for organising the Thai Festival in Saga, despite the COVID-19 situation in Japan. He strongly hoped that after the COVID-19 situation is well under ...
23/10/2020

The 1st Thai Festival in Saga

On 20 October 2018, Ambassador Bansarn BUNNAG presided over the opening ceremony of the first Thai Festival in Saga with Mr. Yoshinori Yamaguchi, Governor of Saga, and Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul General of Thailand to Fukuoka. The Thai Festival in Saga was held for the first time this year, after the Royal Thai Embassy had cooperated with Saga Prefecture to organize the Thai Fair in Saga in 2017 to commemorate the 130th anniversary of Japan and Thailand Diplomatic relations. ...
20/10/2018

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 Embassy was in close contact with agencies concerned in order to ...
30/10/2019

The 17th Thai Festival in Osaka 2019

... addition, the Ambassador took this opportunity to thank Osaka City for all of the supports in organizing Thai Festivals for over 17 years, making the event an important channel to promote relationship between Thailand and Japan in the people level. Thai Festivals, besides Tokyo and Osaka, are being organized in many other regions of Japan, namely Nagoya, Sendai, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Saga, Oita and Okinawa.
18/05/2019

Ambassador Singtong participates in the opening of the Thai Festival Saga 2020.

... tourists to Thailand. Now, with certain prevention measures, Japanese tourists can travel to Thailand. After Thailand was able to contain the COVID-19 situation, the Royal Thai Embassy has facilitated about 4,000 Japanese to enter to Thailand. The Thai Festival in Saga once again helps raise awareness on Thailand for the people of Saga in all dimensions, be they Thai food, tourism, and Thai cultures. Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul-General of Thailand to Fukuoka, and his team, also opens a mobile consular booth to provide consular services for the Thai people residing in Saga and its surrounding prefectures. A number of Japanese people attended the Festival with keen interest to learn more about Thailand....
24/10/2020

Royal Thai Embassy held the 20thThai Festival in Tokyo

... organized for more than 20 years, therefore it is considered an important occasion to promote public relationships between Thailand and Japan. This year, the Thai festival will be held 8 places other than Tokyo, such as Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Oita, Saga and Okinawa. This year's Thai festival in Tokyo had a theme with "the more we know Thailand, the more we love", and there was also OTOP Land area which brought Thai quality products to display and sell, in addition, there were many activities such as Line Stamp Rally ...
12/05/2019

Thailand –Japan Relations

... versa, are testimony of the fondness and links that the two peoples have between them. People-to-people relations and cultural bonds are clearly seen, among others,by the expanding enthusiasm of local authorities and communities in Japan to establish“Thai Festival” in Tokyo, which has been well received by the Japanese public for 20 years.Similar events are now organised in Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Saga, Oita and Okinawa.           Bonds between Thai and Japanese people are clearly seen not only during normal situation but are also particularly visible during times of difficulties. Examples are seen after unprecedented natural disasters ...
07/07/2020
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