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2014.03.31 Thai youth received 44th International Children’s Art Exhibition Award

Six-year-old Jate Vanasin received an award from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in the 44th International Children’s Art Exhibition. The event was organized by Biiku Bunka Kyokai (The Foundation of Art Education in Japan).... ... “Dragon Factory” was among the ten selected pieces. The award ceremony was held at Tokyo National Museum on 31 March 2014. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, represented Jate in receiving the award, which will be later delivered to him.
01/04/2014

2013.03.25 Thai youth received 43rd International Children’s Art Exhibition Award

Eight-year-old Kittipat Yuaenyatchai received an award from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in the 43rd International Children’s Art Exhibition. The event was organized by Biiku Bunka Kyokai (The Foundation of Art Education in Japan).... ... “Green Earth” was among the ten selected pieces. The award ceremony was held at Tokyo National Museum on 25 March 2013. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, represented Kittipat in receiving the award, which will be directly delivered to him later....
11/04/2013

Students from Tonomachi Junior High School Visited the Embassy

... students visited the Embassy in order to learn about international issues. On October 8th, 2015 nineteen students from Tonomachi Junior High School, Mie Prefecture, visited the Royal Thai Embassy. The students visited the Embassy in order to learn about international issues. The activities included watching a DVD on Thailand in all aspects and Thailand-Japan relations. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor welcomed and also corresponded queries about the difference between Thailand and Japan.

Participants of Children Festa 2015 Visited the Royal Thai Embassy

... visited the Royal Thai Embassy with their parents. Visiting Embassy is a part of the Foreign Culture Studies Program for the International Children Festa which is under the patronage of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan and aims to promote the understanding ... ... kids made a small activity together and received Thai souvenirs, brochures about Thailand and also participated in Q&A with Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor as well.  
26/08/2015

Students from Ito Elementary School Visited the Embassy

... of Ito Elementary School, Shinagawa visited the Royal Thai Embassy. On 19 October 2015, sixty students from the third year of Ito Elementary School, Shinagawa visited the Royal Thai Embassy. The students visited the Embassy in order to learn about international issues. The activities included watching a DVD on Thailand in all aspects and Thailand-Japan relations. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor welcomed and also corresponded queries about the difference between Thailand and Japan.
19/10/2015

17th Tokyo International Book Fair 2010

... H.I.H. Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko shortly visit various booths inside the Fair and visited the Thai Booth organised by the Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT) as well as had conversation with Mr. Singtong, Minister, and Miss Porntip, a representative of PUBAT, who also presented them books related to Thailand.                 In this year event, PUBAT joined the 17th Tokyo International Book Fair 2010 together with other publishers and associations from foreign countries. There were 776 companies/associations from 29 countries exhibited in the Fair. The 17th Tokyo International Book Fair 2010 would be held from 8 July – ...
08/07/2010

Som-O Night

On 31 July 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo cooperated with the Department of International Trade Promotion and Office of Agriculture Affairs in the Tokyo held, “Som-O Night” event at the Embassy’s ... ... offering Thai food, using pomelo as the main ingredient during 1-31 August 2015. About 130 people attended the event, including Miss Som-O and honoured guest, Mr. Kensaku Morita, Chiba Governor. Many kinds of food using Som-O were introduced, as well as ...
31/07/2015

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo provided mobile consular services in Tochigi Prefecture

... interested Thai nationals. On this occasion, Mr. Romdej Phisalaphong, Minister Counsellor, expressed sincere appreciation to Mr. SHINOZAKI Naoki, Chairman of the Tochigi International Association with the participation of Mr. FUJII Toshiaki from the Tochigi International Association, for their continued supports of the Embassy’s mobile consular services. In addition, Miss Achara Chaiyasan, Consul and Counsellor, held a meeting with the Dekthai Group to discuss on how to promote the Group’s work in helping Thai community in Tochigi Prefecture and the facilitation of the mobile consular services in the future. 

2014.01.26-27 Thai students won prizes from 25th MOA Children’s Art Exhibition

... January 2014, two Thai students won prizes from the 25th MOA (MOA Art and Culture Foundation) Children’s Art Exhibition.  Miss Punyanuch Baopoonthong, 6th grade student of Maryvit Pattaya School, Chonburi Province, won a silver prize, while  Mr. Kaninnutch ... ... with Rangsit Science Centre for Education and the MOA Thai Foundation. Three pieces of art by Thai students were sent to the international contest for the final selection, along with more than 450,000 art pieces sent from all over the world. The final ...
27/01/2014

2014.05.17-18 15th Thai Festival in Tokyo

... spices related stamp rally, in which participants could win a Tokyo-Bangkok roundtrip air ticket sponsored by the Thai Airways International. Stage performance boasted Thai classical dance and music, and Muay Thai, as well as modern music by a Thai group ... ... Thailand such as Modern Dog, Vie Trio, The Star’s Kan and Dome, the Voice’s Teeranai Na Nongkai and Kittinan Chinsamnran, and Miss Thailand 2013.
23/05/2014
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