On 29 May 2013, Ms. Pattarat Hongtong, Minister Counsellor, gave a speech on Thailand-Japan’s agricultural cooperation at “the 6th Daigaku wa Oishii!! Fair” held at Takashimaya Department Store in Shibuya. Kasetsart University, for the first time, joined the event as the only invited foreign university. It had jointly researched with Niigata University in producing noodles from rice. The university also exhibited its research on agricultural process and demonstrated how gas and heat pressing ...
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the embassy may require an interview, please plan your trip with sufficient time for visa processing.
fraud or misrepresentation can result in permanent visa ineligibility.
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... the world participated in this event.
On 21 September 2017, H.E. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Minister of Sport and Tourism of Thailand attended the Japan Association of Travel Agents Tourism Expo 2017 at Tokyo Big Sight. A lot of high level executive officers ... ... tourism organizations from around the world participated in this event.
The JATA Tourism Expo has been held annually and this time marked the 27th year. It aims to enhance the inbound and outbound tourism market and it is the largest tourism promotion ...
On 18 May 2013, the Embassy attended the Toyosu Carnival 2013, which was held for the first time at Wild Magic Urban Outdoor Park, Koto-ward, Tokyo. The event was held to strengthen the friendship among Japanese and foreigners who live in Toyosu district. The Embassy, with the cooperation of Thailand Tourism Authority, Tokyo Office, the Thai Sapaya Association in Japan and Maamaa Inc., promoted Thai tourism, Thai massage and Thai products “Pa-kao-maa” loincloth. In the morning, the schools in Toyosu district participated in the parade,...
... financial assistance from the Royal Thai Government, amount of 10 million yen (approximately 3.23 million Baht), to Kumamoto Prefecture, for the purpose of disaster relief. Ambassador Bansarn also reiterated that the Royal Thai Government and the people of Thailand will stand ready to offer any assistance that Kumamoto Prefecture may need at this difficult time.
... of cultures of foreign countries.
After Minister Counsellor conveyed a greeting speech, embassy staff gave a brief lecture on Thailand and cultures. The attendants got a chance to learn about Thai rice and experienced various Thai food during lunch time. Parents and kids made a small activity together and received Thai souvenirs, brochures about Thailand and also participated in Q&A with Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor as well.
On 26 November 2014, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d Affaires a.i., gave a lecture on Thailand with the title “Thailand-Japan, Strategic Partners for the Future”, under the Summit Lecture Project which aims at promoting the international ... ... Science and Technology (MEXT), running for 5 years starting from October 2012. It was the 7th lecture of the project and the first time for the representative of an Asian Embassy in Japan to give a lecture to the students. Moreover, the Chargé d Affaires also ...
... 1% Club Foundation 30th Anniversary Project” last November. They also discussed ways to exchange cooperation between Thailand and AEON Co., Ltd. in the future. Talking this opportunity Ambassador expressed his gratitude to AEON Co., Ltd. their long time investment in Thailand, especially their kind support in promoting career development for Thai people.
During 12-13 February 2014, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising officially visited Okayama for the first time. He met with Mr. Ryuta Ibaragi, Okayama Governor. Both agreed upon close cooperation on trade, investment and tourism. He expressed his willingness in providing information for Okayama businesspersons who are interested in investing in Thailand.
Ambassador also joined and gave a speech in the thank you party held for Japanese customers of Thai jewelry, owned by Tenyama, Okayama and Chugoku region’s big department store. The Thai jewelry was imported by Kashima Co., Ltd., a Japanese ...
... Thailand to Japan. Together, we shall overcome the COVID-19 crisis.
Best wishes from Thailand to Japan. Together, we shall overcome the COVID-19 crisis.
The woven “Pla-Ta-Pian” fish mobiles, made from bai lan, or fan palm fronds, is one of Thailand’s cultural heritages. In the old days, Thai people believed that Pla-Ta-Pian was a symbol of abundance and strength, as the fish could survive in any water sources and normally grew to full size around the same time that rice was ready for harvesting. A Pla-Ta-Pian mobile is also considered auspicious for a baby and was traditionally hung over a baby’s cradle to bless them with good health and prosperity.
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