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2014.03.25 Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls visited Embassy

On 25 March 2014, 33 members of Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls, Chiba Prefecture, visited the Royal Thai Embassy, where Minister Singtong Lapisatepun gave information on Thailand-Japan friendship.  The group watched DVD on Thai history, politics, economy and culture, and accordingly asked questions on various topics such as Thai popular sports, agricultural products, tribal costumes, and decreasing birthrate and aging society.
31/03/2014

Non-Immigrant Visa B (Conducting business)

Non-Immigrant Visa B (Conducting business) ※ This type of visa is provided for foreigners who (1) wish to conduct business in Thailand or (2) invest in condominiums in Thailand, have a Thai bank account or purchase a  Thai government bond with the equivalent amount of not less than 3 million Baht. ※ This type of visa enters into force from 9 October 2020. ※ Qualifications and Required Documents during the Period of COVID – 19 Outbreak※ (1) To conduct business in Thailand Required Documents...
14/10/2021

Tokorozawa International Family visited the Embassy

On 1 October 2015, a group of Tokorozawa International Family, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy. On 1 October 2015, a group of Tokorozawa International Family, Saitama prefecture visited the Royal Thai Embassy. Ms. Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor gave a briefing on Thailand in all aspects including bilateral relations between Thailand-Japan and also corresponded queries about several issues such as history, culture etc. On this occasion, they visited the Royal Thai Residence as...

**トランジットビザ(Transit Visa)

【トランジットビザ(Transit Visa)申請概要】 滞在目的と条件: A. トランジット:航空機を乗り換え、第三国へ行く場合 ※スワンナプーム空港で12時間以内の間トランジットエリアで待機する場合は、トランジットビザは必要ありません。※ (チェックイン時に必要な書類については、ご利用される航空会社へお問い合わせください。)※ ※航空機乗り換え目的による一時的な入国(ドンムアン空港への移動)や、トランジットに要する時間が12時間以上の場合は、...
05/10/2021

Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister

On 20 January 2015, five winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister Singtong Lapisatepun at the Royal Thai Embassy. The Minister shared with them the long history of Thailand and Japan’s relations and Embassy’s roles. The winners, who gave their speeches on 18 September 2014, were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-26 January 2015.  They will visit Kusatsu and other famous places in Tokyo.  
20/01/2015

Multiple Entry Tourist Visa (METV)

The Royal Thai Embassy wishes to announce the issuance of the following two types of tourist visas effective from 13th November 2015 The Royal Thai Embassy wishes to announce the issuance of the following two types of tourist visas effective from 13th November 2015. Single Entry Validity is three (3) months, with only one entry into Thailand within the expiration date. The stay of the entry for this visa is for sixty (60) days or less. Application Fee: 4,500 Yen Multiple Entry Validity is six...
27/10/2015

2014.01.20 Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister

On 20 January 2014, six winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister Singtong Lapisatepun at the Royal Thai Embassy.  The Minister shared with them the long history of Thailand and Japan’s relations and Embassy’s roles. The winners, who gave their speeches on 28 August 2013, were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-25 January 2014.  They will visit Kamakura, Hakone and other famous places in Tokyo.
21/01/2014

2013.01.08 Minister gave special lecture at Tokyo Gakugei University Senior High School

On 8 January 2013, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Minister, gave a special lecture to the students at Tokyo Gakugei University Senior High School, a national prestigious school with a long history.   The lecture was about his experience during his school dayห and Thailand-Japan relations.  The support that the two countries gave to each other during the hardship from disasters was an evidence for their true friendship.For many years, Tokyo Gakugei University Senior High School has accepted Thai Government...
18/01/2013

2014.05.24 Minister gave special lecture at Chuo University Suginami High School

On 24 May 2014, Minister Singtong Lapisatepun was invited by Chuo University Suginami High School to lecture its 30 students on Thailand’s current situation and history as a part of the subject “Introduction to International Cooperation for High School Students and Problem Solution Learning”.  Minister also touched upon Thailand-Japan’s close relationship in diverse aspects including economy, trade, and exchange between people. The lecture was under an international cooperation experience...
28/05/2014

New Requirement documents For non Immigrant B VISA

The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo announces that the required documents for non-immigrant B will amend and be effective from 1st February 2015. The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo announces that the required documents for non-immigrant B will amend and be effective from 1st February 2015. For the further information, please visit Non-Immigrant B (Working) Non-Immigrant B (Business) Before you apply for visa at the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, please be informed that: Non-immigrant-B (Working) the Embassy...
30/01/2015
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