On 5 October 2013, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising and his spouse, led Embassy staff to join ASEAN Festival 2013, which was to celebrate the 40
anniversary of Japan-ASEAN relations. The event was held at Yamashita Park in ... ... fashion show, traditional dance, and live concert. Thailand presented Thai boxing from Hamakko Muaythai Gym and Thai traditional music by the Royal Thai Embassy Ensemble.
... International, Royal Project, Support Art and Craft Centre, and exhibition on agricultural cooperation among Japan-ASEAN and Thailand, and Thai cuisine demonstration. Stage show also highlighted Thai traditional dance and music, Muay Thai, and other modern music by Thai artists and Miss Thailand 2012. The 14th Thai Festival was also a part of the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan relations celebration.
... celebration were introduced to the guests, where they enjoyed the taste of Thai traditional new year through a variety of activities such as Buddha images bathing, pouring water over the elder’s hands, building sand pagoda, and Thai traditional dance and music.Mrs. Haruko Komura, ALFS President, ALFS members, and spouses of ambassadors to Tokyo attended the event. On 12 April 2012, Mme Aumaporn Futrakul, Ambassador’s spouse, held a Songkran Festival at the Ambassador’s Residence to promote Thai culture and its traditional new year. Songkran’s history and celebration were introduced to the guests, where they enjoyed the taste of Thai traditional new year through a variety of activities ...
.... The Ambassador gave an opening speech, mentioning great friendship between the two countries and the importance of strengthening such relationship.Events organized by the embassy such as Muaythai on 7 August, Thai puppet show on 6 September, Thai Festival in October, and National Day in December, were introduced. Embassy officers also performed Thai traditional music at the event.
On 29 July 2011, Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul, together with officers from the embassy and other Thai government offices in Japan, joined the “JTA Evening Cool Party 2011” jointly-organized by Japan-Thailand Association ...
Minister Singtong Lapisatepun gave an opening speech at the Thai Cultural Festival 2011 held at Ueno Park during 11-12 June 2011. The Royal Thai Embassy’s stringed instruments band also performed Thai music at the venue. The event was organized by the International Thai Cultural Exchange Committee and International Thai Dance Academy, which introduced a variety of Thai performances and culture.