... Thai have for His Majesty the King because of his tireless efforts for His people’s welfare, the long friendship between Thailand and Japan, including further cooperation between ASEAN-Japan having Thailand in the center of the region. At the same time, H.E. Mr. Yasuo Fukuda, former Prime Minister of Japan, also gave a speech on the close ties between the two countries from the Japanese Imperial Family and the Thai Royal Family level and Japan’s recent granting short-term-visa exemption for Thai ...
... year, was reported to the Ambassador and Mayor. The Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Office and the Thai Airways Regional Director also attended the ceremony. By the way, the Thai Airways will launch direct flight from Sendai to Bangkok, 3 times a week, starting on 30 October 2019. On the evening, the Ambassador met with the students in Sendai City and asked about their lives in Sendai also gave advice about living in Japan, and how to handle in case of natural disaster.
... Bunnag is the representative who will donate funds to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the Queen.
Not only did the audience have an opportunity to donate to charity through this concert, they also had a pleasant time listening to music from many countries. In addition, Thai artists introduced a “Pin” (an Indian Lute), which is a musical instrument from the northern part of Thailand, to the audience and it was well received.
... alphabet name writing. The university’s students also performed Thai traditional dance and music.
Kanda University of International Studies has offered Thai language course for 13 years and held annual university-level Thai speech contest for seven times now. The contest gave students majoring in Thai a stage to show their Thai language ability.
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... The relations of the two countries are on positive level based on long strong ties in all aspects. Economic relations are still at satisfactory level although total trade value and Japan investment in Thailand have slightly decreased. At the same time, tourism has become significant. In addition, both countries leaders have regularly met, while Ambassador has visited more than 30 prefectures of Japan in the past year alone and is confident that Thai mega projects are still ongoing no matter ...
... reverence that the people of Thailand have for His Majesty the King and how he had worked hard for the well being of the people. Moreover, the ambassador emphasized the good relations between Thailand and Japan that have been going on for a long period of time and the cooperation of ASEAN countries and Japan in the future. It was an honour for us to have Mr. Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare and Chairman of Japan-Thailand Parliamentary Friendship Association, as a representative ...
....E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag to report the outcome of his visit to Thailand for the Horasis Asia Meeting, that was held between 27-28 November 2016. The Horasis Asia Meeting is a world economic forum, which was held in the Asia region for the first time and Thailand was selected to host this meeting. H.E. Mr. Hatoyama, expressed that he really appreciated and was interested in the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy that was conceived and developed by the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and that he wanted ...
... festivals like Kanto festival (Lamp) and Omagari (Firework), as well as famous Akita Dog, while Akita people like Thai food, culture and hospitality.
By the way, Thai Airways International Co., Ltd. will operate the Bangkok – Sendai direct flight , 3 times a week from 29 October 2019 which facilitate the tourists to travel from the northeastern region (including Akita) to travel to Thailand more convenient.
... 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.