... cooperation was made among SMRJ, Ministry of Industry of Thailand and the Royal Thai Embassy.
450 participants included over 150 Japanese SMEs. The Ambassador gave a 40-minute-special lecture on Thai and Japanese SMEs’ roles in Thai economy. At the same time, Mr. Hiroshi Takada, SMRJ President and Mr. Toshiyuki Yokota, Deputy Director of SME Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, and representatives from the Ministry of Industry of Thailand and Mizuho Bank, also shared detail on attractiveness of investment and business management in Thailand.
... its relationship with Japan in all aspects, continuing over 600 years of their strong tie.
Ambassador took this opportunity to lessen concerns towards impacts on business in the country by sharing the audience about current political situation in Thailand. At the same time, he explained the necessity of the National Council of Peace and Order (NCPO) taking power over the nation, saying that the intention was to restore stability as well as pave way for reconciliation. The NCPO’s three-phase roadmap, its commitment ...
... participating in the “International Children Festa” program, arranged by SOMOS International School, visited the Royal Thai Embassy with their parents.
After Minister Singthong Lapisatepun conveyed a greeting speech, embassy staff gave a brief lecture on Thailand and cultures. In line with our promotion of Herbs and Spices campaign, the attendants got a chance to learn some knowledge of herbs and spices and experienced various Thai food during lunch time. Parents and kids made a small art work together, answered the quiz game and received Thai souvenirs of herbal goods and Thai cooking book.
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... Prefectural Assembly Japan - Thailand Goodwill Federation and the delegation of executives and representatives of Nippon Zettoc Co. Ltd visited to report the operation plans for the federation in 2018.
Mr. Shikida stated that he will lead the delegation to Thailand between April – May 2018 in order to observe the economics, investment and social issues. At the same time, they will donate 6,000 tubes of toothpaste, with the compliments of Nippon Zettoc, to the social foundations in Thailand.
On this occasion, the Ambassador expressed his appreciation for their cooperation and showed a willingness to support their ...
... roles in Thai cuisine, while introducing their usage in other areas such as spa, beauty and other daily products.
At the same time, the Embassy arranged consular services for Thai community in Aichi Prefecture and nearby to provide services on passport,... ... of Labour Affairs also assisted in consultation on working in Japan.
The festival showcased Thai food and products, including Thailand promotion by the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways International.
Minister shared information on the Japanese’s way of life, value, and characteristics as well as history, which all contribute to the Japanese’s sense of responsibility, discipline, and unity, making Japan a strong nation today. At the same time, Minister-Counsellor addressed strong ties of Thailand and Japan, especially in economic area, while stressing the significance of preserving Thailand’s preferable image in Japan to prevent any uncertainty in the two countries’ relations. The visiting group paid good attention to the lecture ...
... as Thai restaurant food was also served for the guests. There were approximately 170 guests in attendance . Including guests from the diplomatic corp . , the government and the private sector . Most of the guests were businessmen who have invested in Thailand for a long time.
... opening speech about the love and reverence that the 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 ...
... Economics Friendship, together with Mrs. Kazuko Kohri, Mayor of Sendai City.
The work plan of the association, which also organized the Thai Festival in Sendai in every 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.
... such as Japan, China and Thailand. All profit from ticket sales will be donated to charity organizations in Japan, China, and Thailand. For Thailand, Madam Yupadee 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.