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2014.07.07 Mayor of Shimotsuma City paid courtesy call on Ambassador

On 7 July 2014, Mr. Motoharu Inaba, Mayor of Shimotsuma City, Ibaraki Prefrecture and delegation paid courtesy call on Ambassador at Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo. Mayor Inaba said that after Inaba City successfully sold pairs, local product of the City, in Thailand last year, the city intends to start exporting pairs to Thailand from this year, and intended to cooperation with Ambassador to further enhance ...
16/07/2014

Tomisawa donated surgical masks to the Royal Thai Embassy

... are equipped with hi-tech and world-class technology and hoped that the Embassy would be able to support the linkage between Thai and Japanese SMEs. Furthermore, the Ambassador pointed out the investment opportunities in the Eastern Economic Corridor ... ... one of the targeted industries.  This donation has also come to the attention of the Tottori Prefecture. After returning from Tokyo, the President will report this event to the Tottori Governor.
18/08/2021

President of the Foundation for the Welfare & Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan

... Masahiro, President of the Foundation for the Welfare & Education of the Asian People (FWEAP), and Mr. KAWAUE Junichi, Deputy Secretary-General of the FWEAP, paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, at the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. Mr. Romdej Phisalaphong, Minister Counsellor, and Ms. Ketsuda Mongkolchart, Counsellor (Labour) also attended the said meeting. Both sides had a fruitful discussion on the past and future activities of FWEAP in relation to Thailand.  
27/06/2022

Emperor blessed His Majesty the King

... His Majesty the King in the occasion to celebrate His Majesty’s 88th Birthday Anniversary at the Ambassador’s residence, welcomed by H.E. Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkeow and spouse, accompanied with Defence Attaché of the 3 militaries, Diplomats of the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo and spouse.
04/12/2015

Minister attended the repaired pearl inlay doors delivery ceremony between the Rajapradit Temple and the Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (TNRICP)

On 23 July 2015, Mr. Bhakavat Tanskul, Minister of the Royal Thai Embassy witnessed the 2 pieces of repaired pearl inlay doors delivery ceremony between the Rajapradit Temple and the Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (TNRICP),according to the Rajapradit Temple`s Japanese pearl inlay door conservation work project. The decoration on the doors was drawn in Japanese style and was decorated with the pearl inlay,...
23/07/2015

2014.01.10 Kamenori Forum 2014

On 10 January 2014, Royal Thai Embassy representatives attended the Kamenori Forum 2014 at Arcadia Ichigaya Hotel in Tokyo.  The forum was organized by the Kamenori Foundation and International Cultural Exchange and Teaching Japanese in Foreign Countries Support Foundation.  Japanese and non-Japanese students who were supported by the foundation reported about their ...
20/01/2014

2012.03.05 Networking Meeting for Thailand

  On 5 March 2013, the Royal Thai Embassy and ASEAN-Japan Centre jointly co-organized the Networking Meeting for Thailand at ASEAN-Japan Centre in Tokyo. H.E. Ambassador Thanatip Upatising,  Mr. Phatai Sooksommai, Minister (Commercial) from Office of Commercial Affairs, Mr. Pariyes Piriyamaskul, Minister (Economic and Investment) from Office of Economic and Investment Affairs and Mr. Yoshiaki Fujimura,...
06/03/2013

Outbreak of the Ebola virus, Additional documents for the applicants

... past six months (counting from August 2014) to and from countries affected by the Ebola virus; namely. Guinea, Sierra Leone are required to submit medical certificate by medical institute in Japan that he or she is not infected with the Ebola virus. Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo 24 June 2015
24/06/2015

Regulations on entering Thailand for Thai and non-Thai nationals from 1 October 2022 onwards

 ■ Important Notice (as of October 1, 2022)  · From 1 October 2022 onwards, Thai and foreign travelers are NOT required to present COVID-19 related documents such as the certificate of vaccination and ... ... ******************************************************************************************************************************************** For further queries, please contact the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo at 03-5789-2433. ********************************************************************************************************************************************
03/10/2022

Naval Attaché bid farewell to Ambassador and introduce his successor

On 3 October 2022, Capt. Ekachai Sukwanno, Naval Attache' of the Royal Thai Embassy, Japan, and his spouse called on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, and Madame, to bid farewell upon completion of his tenure in Tokyo. Capt. Ekachai also took the opportunity to introduce Capt. Panya Chatpaiboon, his successor, and his spouse to Ambassador ...
03/10/2022
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