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2014.02.11-12 Ambassador officially visited Hiroshima

...  Both sides agreed upon close collaboration in trade and investment and tourism and vocational education promotion.  Hiroshima Governor encouraged for a direct flight between Bangkok-Hiroshima, stressing the significance of Hiroshima as the business central of Chugoku region, of which many firms are investing in Thailand.  Ambassador affirmed that he would consider the matter with related agencies. At the same time, Ambassador also met with Mr. Masahiro Nishikawa, President of Hiroshima-Thai Association and Nishikawa Rubber Co., Ltd. ...

2013.08.31 Ambassador joined Thai Festival in Shizuoka

... Thai Festival in Shizuoka Prefecture.  The festival was organized by Shizuoka Japan Thailand Association at Aoba Symbol Road, Aoi City, Shizuoka Prefecture, during 31 August... ... significance of strengthening Thailand-Shizuoka relations, which has been carried on since the time of Nagamasa Yamada, the Japanese Samurai who lived in the prefecture 400 years... ... Prior to the festival, Ambassador paid a courtesy call on Mr. Heita Kawakatsu, Shizuoka Governor, on 30 August 2013, to discuss on measures to enhance Thailand and Shizuoka’s...

2013.07.30-31 Ambassador visited Toyama Prefecture

On 30-31 July 2013, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Japan, and Madam Monthip Upatising, the wife of the Ambassador, visited ... ... to many prominent persons of Toyama prefecture; such as  Mr. Takakatsu Ishii, the Governor of Toyama prefecture, Mr. Masanari Nomura, the President of Toyama-Thailand... ... are there 6,900 Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture already, which is about 1.8 times larger than that of the same period’s previous year. The Ambassador hoped that...

2013.07.03 Ambassador visited Saitama Prefecture

... mentioned Japan exempting tourist visa for Thais, which should lead to more Thai tourists visiting Japan and more exchange between people of the two countries. Saitama-Thailand Friendship Association was established in 1999 by the initiation of a friend of Thailand, Saitama Prefecture’s governor at that time.  Today the association has approximately 300 members and has carried out a range of activities to promote Thailand-Japan and Thailand-Saitama Prefecture’s relations.

2013.02.05-12 Thailand participated in the 64th Sapporo Snow Festival and the 40th International Snow Sculpture Contest

Thailand was chosen to be the theme country for the grand snow sculpture in the 64th ... ... H.E.Mr. Thanatip Upatising, Thai Ambassador to Japan, and his spouse, together with Governor of Tourism Authority of Thailand and President of Thai Airways International... ... Artist from the Wild”, the statue of 4 elephants drawing a picture. This is the 4th time that Thailand won the prize from this Contest. Thailand was selected to be the...

11.07 Provincial Waterworks Authority Governor and Saitama Prefecture Official visited Chargé d’affaires

... (April 2012-March 2015), Saitama Prefecture agrees to send three experts to Thailand for two weeks, twice a year.  At the same time, four officers from Thailand’s Provincial Waterworks Authority also receive training in the prefecture for two weeks, twice a year.  The program ... ... November 2012, which marked the second year of the agreement. On 7 November 2012, Thai delegation led by Mrs. Ratana Kitchawan, Governor of Provincial Waterworks Authority, and Mr. Minoru Matsumoto, Deputy Director General of International Waterworks and ...

08.31 Ambassador visited Shizuoka and joined Shizuoka Thai Festival

... August – 1 September 2012, H.E. Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul, joined the 3rd “Japan-Thailand Exchange Festival in FUJINOKUNI Shizuoka”, the Thai Festival held during 1-2 September 2012 by the Shizuoka Japan-Thailand Association.  At the same time, he also met with key persons in Shizuoka to strengthen the bond between Thailand and Shizuoka.  On 31 August 2012, the Ambassador paid a courtesy visit to Mr. Seiji Moriyama, Vice Governor of Shizuoka, and expressed gratitude for the prefecture’s support and cooperation with the Shizuoka Japan-Thailand Association in holding the Thai Festival.  He further emphasized close historical relations between Thailand and Shizuoka, especially ...

07.30 Thai Government donated for North Kyushu flood

... cheque.2) On 30 July 2012, 16.30 hrs., the Ambassador paid a courtesy call on Mr. Katsusada Hirose, Oita Governor, and presented a 4-million-yen cheque.3) On 31 July 2012, 14.00 hrs., the Ambassador paid a courtesy call on Mr. Hiroshi Ogawa, Fukuoka Governor, and presented a 4-million-yen cheque.Upon the visits, both sides emphasized the strong ties of Thailand and Japan at all levels, from Royal Family level to people level, in particular the assistance to one another in times of need including the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan and severe flood in Thailand in 2011.    The financial assistance to Japan during this tough time indeed underscored their strong bond of friendship.As for Saga Prefecture, the Royal ...

Thailand's History

... some 5,000 years ago. Sukhothai Period (1238-1438) Sukhothai was the first Thai kingdom. It was founded in 1238 by two Thai governors, Khun Bang Klang Thao (Sri Inthrathit) and Khun Pha Muang who rebelled against the Khmers; and gave independence to the region. Sukhothai period was the most flourishing period of Thailand. It gained independence in 1238 and quickly expanded its boundary of influence. Sukhothai period was considered to be a golden age of Thai culture. During that time in the history, everybody could say that "There are fish in the water and rice in the fields". The boundary of ...
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