The Royal Thai Embassy participated in the Robe-offering Ceremony at Wat Im Boon Dharma Ram, Tokyo


On 21 November 2021, Ms. Sadudee Kittisuwan, Minister-Counsellor (Labour), represented the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo in the Robe- offering Ceremony at Wat Im Boon Dharma Ram, Tokyo. Other representatives from the Team Thailand attending the said event included Mr. Seksan Sripraiwan - Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Tokyo Office, Mr. Nattadorn Hassawathee - Deputy Director of the TAT Tokyo Office, and Ms. Ketsuda Mongkolchart - Counsellor (Labour).

The Robe-offering Ceremony is an annual religious event where Buddhists present monks with yellow robes and make a merit. At this event, the Embassy offered the temple a donation along with Covid-19 protection equipments such as facial masks, antigen test kits and Oximeters. Moreover, the Embassy also provided the temple with health-caring books, Kanji handbooks and handbooks for Thai workers in Japan so that the temple could distribute them for Thai nationals living in the surrounding area.

The said Robe- offering Ceremony was attended by approximately 170 Thai and foreign Buddhists.

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