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Sincere appreciation from the Royal Thai Embassy for Japanese generosity for Thai elephants.

Since the beginning of this year, the COVID-19 global pandemichas posed a considerable impact not only on humanity but also on animals. Elephants in Thailand have also been affected by the outbreak. Due to international travel restriction, the income of elephant camps and elephant mahouts in Thailand has reduced dramatically as international tourists are the major source of their income....
03/08/2020

Bajrasudha Gajanurak: A royal elixir to strengthen wild elephants

The Bajrasudha Gajanurak Project originated from a concern shared by His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Her Majesty Queen Suthida, having learned of the conflict between local communities and wild elephants as the animals encroached upon farmland and houses to forage for food that was otherwise inadequate in their natural habitat. Limited food sources have forced wild elephants into such a behavioral pattern, posing risks to the lives of the elephants ...

Condolences for the passing away of Thai elephant “Arthit” at the Ueno Zoological Gardens

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo learned from the Ueno Zoological Gardens that on 14 September 2020, the Ueno Zoological Gardens organised a condolences ceremony for the passing of the Thai elephant “Arthit” who died of Tuberculosis on 24 August 2020. The unexpected passing of elephant “Arthit” was saddening and shocking for many, especially those who had been visiting and bonded with elephant “Arthit” since his arrival ...

Ambassador attended Japan-Thailand Cultural Festival at Nittaiji Temple and presented “KOCHABUA” elephant statue on the occasion of the 135th anniversary of Thailand-Japan diplomatic relations.

... and Honorary Chairman of the Japan-Thailand Cultural Festival Committee; Mr.MATSUI Keisuke, Deputy Governor of Aichi Prefecture; and Mr. KAWAMURA Takashi, Mayor of Nagoya City. Ambassador Singtong also presented the “KOCHABUA” Chiang-Rai elephant statue to KakuozanNittaiji Temple during the opening ceremony of the Japan-Thailand Cultural Festival to commemoratethe 135 th anniversary of Thailand-Japan diplomatic relations on 26 September 2022. 90 centimeters tallmade of fiberglass, “KOCHABUA” ...
03/10/2022

Ambassador visits Ueno Zoo, Tokyo

On 27 October 2021, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, met with Mr. FUKUDA Yutaka, Director of the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, to express gratitude for taking good care of Thai elephants and visited two Thai elephants, Uthai and Arun, at Ueno Zoo. 31 October 2021marks the first birthday anniversary of Arun, a Thai elephant born from Arthit and Uthai. The Embassy brought Arun’s favourite fruits to celebrate his first birthday....

Ambassador Singtong expressed appreciation for Dr. Kobchai JITSAKULA’s cooperation to promote Thailand-Japan relations.

.... Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, and Mrs. Porndee Lapisatepun, spouse of the Ambassador, hosted a luncheon in honour of Dr. Kobchai Jitsakula, President of Alliance Française-Thai, Chiang Rai, and founder of Chiang Rai Elephant Project, and his family members. On this occasion, Ambassador Singtong expressed his sincere thanks to Dr. Kobchai for creating baby elephant statue as the Thailand-Japan Friendship Cup at all Sumo Tournaments in Japan, as well as providing the ...

Ambassador of Thailand attends the Opening Ceremony of "Animal Wonder Rezourt-Ichihara Elephant Country"

On 23 March, 2021, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun and spouse, together with Team Thailand officials, attended the Opening Ceremony of “Animal Wonder Rezourt-Ichihara Elephant Country” at Animal Wonder Rezourt, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture. On 23 March, 2021, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun and spouse, together with Team Thailand officials, attended the Opening Ceremony of “Animal Wonder Rezourt-Ichihara ...
23/03/2021

2013.01.20 66th Birthday Celebration for Thai Elephant “Hanako”

On 20 January 2013, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé D’Affaires, attended the 66th birthday celebration of the Thai elephant “Hanako” at Inokashira Park Zoo in Tokyo.  Hanako was given by Thailand to Japan in 1949, as the first elephant which arrived Japan after the World War.  Hanako is now the oldest elephant natured by a zoo in Japan. Mr. Lapisatepun blessed ...
23/01/2013

Hanako Thai Elephant painting in oil on canvas

On 6 August 2015, Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor, went to see paintings of “Hanako” Thai Elephant at Un Petit Garage Art Space in Ginza displayed under the theme of “Animaless Zoo Project INOKASHIRA” and painted by Miss Aki Fueda. Miss Fueda is an artist who is interested in painting memorable and significant subjects. Hanako Elephant ...
06/08/2015

Deputy Mayor of Shizuoka paid a courtesy call on the ambassador

... courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag to discuss the cooperation between Shizuoka City and Thailand, and on this occasion, the delegation handed a proposal letter to the Royal Thai Embassy, requesting for Thailand’s consideration of giving 4 elephants to Nihon Daira zoo in Shizuoka, which is the largest zoo in Japan with a purpose of breeding and conserving elephant species in Japan for the future generations. On 4 October 2017, Mr.Shigeyuki Konaga, Deputy Mayor of Shizuoka City, along with ...
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04/10/2017
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