... in Shizuoka, which is organised by the Shizuoka-Thailand Friendship Association, during 24 – 25 August 2019. At the festival, the Royal Thai Embassy held a Thai garland workshop to promote Thai culture and tradition, as well as provided a consular service for Thai and Japanese citizens living in Shizuoka and surrounded areas. As a new cooperation, the Royal Embassy also invited the music band “From Street to Stars (S2S)” from Thailand Association of the Blind (TAB) to perform in Shizuoka in ...
attended the Kathin Ceremony at Wat Pak Nam in Chiba Prefecture. In this occasion, the Embassy provided mobile consular service for Thai people including e-passport, degalisation and labour consultant by Office of Labour Affairs.
On 25 October 2009, Mr.Sasiwat Wongsinsawat, Minister Counsellor, together with the Embassy’s official, staff and Thai people resided ...
... this year’s Thai Festival is more special than the previous with restaurant, shops, drinks and fruits booths up to 189 booths and the Thai Village, an exhibition in the theme of a Thai Village to promote some of Thailand’s top products and services from various organizations such as, Queen Sirikit Institute, PatPat Shop by The Chaipattana Foundation, Phufa Shop, The Support Arts and Crafts International Centre of Thailand (Public Organization), Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Agriculture ...
... who was selected as the “Thai Select” Ambassador.
The ambassador will promote Thai restaurants in Japan which received Ministry of Commerce of Thailand’s Thai Select logo as a proof of their high standard in taste, decoration, cleanliness and service.
On 23 February 2010, H.E. Mr. Ahmed Khaleel, Ambassador of the Republic of Maldives to Japan called on the Ambassador to get acquaintance in the occasion of assuming his duty.
H.E. Mr. Khaleel has joined the foreign services since 1984. Prior to assume his current position in
, he had very long experiences as a
mission to the United Nations. In addition, he was the Chargé Affairs to
for a period then assumed his duty as the Permanent Representative ...
... Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy on the occasion that Mr.Jirayu will debut in Japan. He will also perform in the 17th Thai Festival 2016 on 14-15 May 2016. In addition, he also helped the Royal Thai Embassy promote that the ID card issuance service for Thai people is available in Japan.
... orientation ceremony for the 1st Semester, 2016 students of the Western University of Thailand, Thai Graduate Center in Japan, which was held in the hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.
The Western University of Thailand, Thai Graduate Center in Japan, provides services for Thai people in Japan to further their Bachelor or Postgraduate studies at the Western University of Thailand, via e-learning systems.
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Consular Service (Visa, Thai Passport, Legalization etc.) will not be available at the Royal Thai Honorary Consulate, Sapporo.
... Emperor of Japan also extended his best wishes to the Ambassador to success in his duty and to further promote the cordial relationships between Japan and Thailand.
H.E. Virasakdi is the nineteenth Thai Ambassador to Japan. He has had a long foreign service career and served as the Thai Ambassador to countries including Myanmar, Canada, UN Mission in Geneva, and the United States. Prior to assuming his duty in Japan, he was the Permanent-Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand.