On 13 October 2012, Chargé d’Affairs Singtong Lapisatepun and his spouse, including fifty participants from Thailand including Yasothon Deputy Governor, Mayor, and officers and Tourism Authority of Thailand, joined the welcome reception for Thailand-Japan Rocket Festival in Chichibu City, Saimata Prefecture. The Chargé d’Affairs gave an opening speech at the evening event.
Yasothon Municipality and Chichibu City have been participating in their cultural exchange program, leading to ...
... Upatising, Mr. Phatai Sooksommai, Minister (Commercial) from Office of Commercial Affairs, Mr. Pariyes Piriyamaskul, Minister (Economic and Investment) from Office of Economic and Investment Affairs and Mr. Yoshiaki Fujimura, Marketing Manager of Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) shared the view and information about Thailand-Japan bilateral economic relation, i.e. potential economic partnership, trade, investment and tourism to about 150 attendees from Japanese business circle.
... 4.0 – The future is here.” to promote government policy regarding future development projects in the country. The Office of Agricultural Affairs organized activities to promote quality of Thai agricultural products while the Tokyo office of Tourism Authority of Thailand coordinated activities promoting tourism in northern Thailand. There were 18 booths of Thai restaurant and shops joining this event. The performances on the stage were Thai boxing demonstration and Thai traditional dance from the Thailand Foundation that entertained and impressed the participants.
... emphasizes the development of innovation and the promotion of regional connection. Moreover, the booth of the Office of Agricultural Affairs, Tokyo, brought various fruits for tasting and selling, including mango, durian, and coconut. As for the booth of Tourism Authority of Thailand, there were the spectacles of Thai dance and Thai boxing, and the activity to recommend tourist attractions in the southern region of Thailand. The estimated participating guests during both days amounted to approximately 70,000 people.
... Embassy in Tokyo in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan (FCCJ), held a press conference to launch the 16th Thai Festival at FCCJ’s headquater.
H.E. Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkaew, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, and Mrs. Juthaporn Rerngronasa, Deputy Governor of Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), gave a briefing on the said festival, which was held during 16-17 May 2015 at the Yoyogi Park, to the Japanese media crews.
The dinner party “Amazing Thai Night” was also held with shows from Thailand’s famous ...
On 10 January 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the seminar of the "Secondary Destinations" seminar at the Imperial Tokyo Hotel which organized by Thai Airways International Public Co., Ltd (TG), the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) in order to support the "Secondary Destinations" the Royal Thai Government's campaign.
On 10 January 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the seminar of the "Secondary Destinations" ...
... opening ceremony. The Embassy supports the festival by providing Thai souvenirs for the festival. The Embassy, in cooperation with Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tokyo Office, supports the festival by setting up a booth to distribute small gifts and leaflets ... ... tourism, culture and food.
This year’s festival was even more special as the year 2012 marks the 125
anniversary of Japan - Thailand diplomatic relations and the 400
anniversary of Nagamasa Yamada’s landing on the soil of Ayutthaya. Yamada was a ...
... 3 professional ice sculptures who created "Gai Chon" (Thai fighting cocks) sculpture to win the competition.
Team Thailand won the grand prize of the 45th International Snow Sculpture contest at the 69th Sapporo Snow Festival at Odori Park,... ... of 3 professional ice sculptures who created "Gai Chon" (Thai fighting cocks) sculpture to win the competition. The Tourism Authority of Thailand has supported this contest every year.
... event including, Mrs. Atchaka Sibunruang, Minister of Industry attended as honor guest along with Ambassadors of ASEAN countries to Japan, high executives from both public and private sectors, people of the press and also selected winners in the “Thailand’s Fan club” by Tourism Authority of Thailand.
The concert included performances that impressed all the viewers by VieTrio, internationally renowned crossover band and special guest, singer/actor Kangsom Tanatat Chaiyaat, from the famous singing audition TV program, ...