The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo please be informed that the visa Pick up time is change to 14.00 - 15.00 pm effective from 2nd March 2015.
The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo please be informed that the visa Pick up time is change to
14.00 - 15.00 pm effective from 2
... generally takes one (1) day and the applicant may collect visa on the next working day, unless the applicant is informed by the Embassy of the specific date for visa collection.
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.
visa fee is non-refundable.
all documents required, except company’s registration issued by the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand and certificate of marriage,...
... 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 tourists, which is hoped to lead for more exchange at people level. Ambassador proposed the toast for His Majesty the King and His Majesty the Emperor of Japan.
... train, to better facilitate regional connectivity. On the other hand, the Ambassador also mentioned Japan exempting tourist visa for Thais, which should lead to more Thai tourists visiting Japan and more exchange between people of the two countries. ... ... 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 ...
... Shizuoka Prefecture and strengthening good relations between Thailand and Shizuoka Prefecture.
Ambassador wished for the success of the event and stressed the significance of strengthening Thailand-Shizuoka relations, which has been carried on since the time of Nagamasa Yamada, the Japanese Samurai who lived in the prefecture 400 years ago during Ayutthaya period. Ambassador also mentioned that the Japanese Government’s policy on the exemption of visa for Thai tourists within 15 days would significantly contribute to the increase of Thai tourists to Shizuoka. Lastly, Ambassador congratulated Japan for UNESCO approval of Mount Fuji as a Cultural World Heritage on 26 June 2013. Mr. Hajime Amano,...
... number of tourists, tourists from Thailand has increased continuously especially that in the Alpine Route between Tateyama-Kurobe. Only between April – July 2013 are there 6,900 Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture already, which is about 1.8 times larger than that of the same period’s previous year. The Ambassador hoped that the visa-exemption measure for Thai citizens, which was put into effect from 1 July 2013 onwards, would help increase the number of Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture even further.
Dialogue with the President of Toyama-Thailand Association: the Ambassador ...
... Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Yemen cannot request for passport(s) to be returned by mail. The visa's issuance for the above mentioned nationals will take upto 10 working days.
The Embassy may require an interview, please plan your trip with sufficient time for visa processing.
Documents required are as follow:
Valid passport. (valid for no less than 6 months)
Application form duly filled in and signed by the applicant.
Application form can be downloaded here.
Form available on this page can be filled out....