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Visa for bussiness,working and teaching

... Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below. Change of Non-Immigrant Visa (B) As of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below. Non-Immigrant-B (Business) Non-Immigrant-B (Working) Non-Immigrant-B (Teaching)

The Royal Thai Embassy held a teaching lesson for Japanese flower arrangement by the Small Interest Group ofthe ALFS

On 4 July 2018, the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo,held a teaching lesson for Japanese flower arrangement(Ikebana) with the cooperation from the Small Interest Group ofthe Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) at the Hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.The lesson was taught by Fujiko Masuda, the President ...
Ikebana ALFS
04/07/2018

Ichikawa Educational Committee in Chiba visited the Embassy

... Educational Committee in Chiba visited the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. The purpose of the visit is to learn about Thailand in all aspects, especially Thailand-Japan relations. The teachers asked questions such as the education system in Thailand , teaching English in Thailand and Thai culture. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, First Secretary, welcomed the group and corresponded queries focusing on an education system in Thailand and an English teaching programme in educational institutions.  
14/01/2015

**Non-immigrant B (Teaching)

17/01/2023

Ambassador attended Nihongo Partners certificate presentation ceremony.

On 11 November 2022, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, attended a certificate presentation ceremony for NIHONGO Partners volunteers who returned to Japan after completing their Japanese language teaching missions in ASEAN countries, including Thailand. Ambassador was also invited to give an opening remark at the ceremony. He took the opportunity to congratulate Japan Foundation on the success of the program and thanked Nihongo Partners volunteers ...

2014.08.19 Tsurumi University Junior High School Students visited Embassy

... DVD on Thai culture and Thailand-Japan relations and participating in Q & A with Minister-Counsellor Pattarat Hongtong. The students asked questions such as Thai wedding ceremony, difference in Thailand and Japan climate, and life based on Buddhist teachings.
22/08/2014

A little learning goes a long way…

... start a project to provide better access to quality education for children living in the rural outreaches of the country. It was through activities under this project that teachers, especially border patrol police teachers, were trained on specific teaching methods under specific conditions targeted towards achieving concrete learning outcomes for these children. This project later included a particular focus and training on improving education for stateless and minority children. Through her work,...
14/11/2022

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 participation in the program. The Thai student participating in the program was Ms. Nattarika Surakamhaeng,...
20/01/2014

Representatives of Nihongo Partners in Thailand under Japan Foundation paid a courtesy visit to the Ambassador.

.... Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan. The delegation informed the Ambassador of the outcome of Nihongo Partners Project, held in Thailand during May 2021 – February 2022. The project was aimed at providing Japanese language teaching assistance by Japanese volunteers to local Japanese language teachers in many countries around the world. This project is the 9 th batch in Thailand, attended by 45 Japanese volunteers in 19 provinces in all regions. As the Project was held ...
16/03/2022

Thai cooking class event held in the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Japan-Thailand diplomatic relations

... been enjoyed by Japanese people. Currently there are 1,000 Thai restaurants in Japan. For this event, the Royal Thai Embassy invited chef Chamnong Nirangsan, who is the president of the Thai Cooking Association and guest judge on Iron Chef Thailand to teach the guests about Thai food. The participants were split into two groups, those engaged with foreign affairs and Thailand; another group consisted of management from large private companies. The chef of a five-star hotel in Tokyo, Japanese food experts ...
21/06/2017
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