... Sumitomo-Mitsui Financial Group, the JTBF and JTA as well as Team Thailand who attended this event.
Mr. Teisuke Kitayama was conferred with the Royal Decoration of the Second Class of the Most Admirable Order of the Direkgunabhorn in recognition of his work and efforts in promoting cooperation in the economy, education and also culture, which contribute to the country in many ways.
... lecture on Thailand and cultures. In line with our promotion of Herbs and Spices campaign, the attendants got a chance to learn some knowledge of herbs and spices and experienced various Thai food during lunch time. Parents and kids made a small art work together, answered the quiz game and received Thai souvenirs of herbal goods and Thai cooking book.
Visiting Embassy is a part of the Foreign Culture Studies Program for the 4
International Children Festa which will take place at Ebisu Garden ...
... Festival Project of the International Foundation for Arts and Culture-IFAC and give the honorary certificates and medals to Mr. Pisawat Wannaphu, Boonwat Wittayalai School, the representative from Thailand who has been selected to participate. The art works of Mr. Pisawat and other participants have been exhibited at the National Art Center, Tokyo, Roppongi district between 7 - 18 August 2019 without fee of charge.
... of investment and production in the region, of which the business can be expanded to Mekong Region in the form of Thailand+1.
The Ambassadors also participated in ANNIE Industrial Tour. The program introduced Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Inazawa Works SOLAE, which invested in many ASEAN countries, and its subsidiary firm, Mitsubishi Elevator Asia, which has operated in Thailand since 1991.
In this occasion, Ambassador had lunch with Mr. Toshiyuki Kamada, CEO of Sagami Chain Co., Ltd. The firm ...
At the same time, the Embassy arranged consular services for Thai community in Aichi Prefecture and nearby to provide services on passport, legal documents and living guidance. The Office of Labour Affairs also assisted in consultation on working in Japan.
The festival showcased Thai food and products, including Thailand promotion by the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways International.
... learn more on how to become a good interpreter, which promoted student-faculty interchange in the session. The Embassy highly hopes that the participating students will be able to apply the techniques provided by this online lecture in their future work and to take part in promoting close and friendly relations between Thailand and Japan.
... addition, to encourage the unity among Thai students in Japan and to promote the relationship between Thai students and Thai people residing in Japan as well as the academic of Japan
In addition, the TSAJ is an important network to support the consular work of the Royal Thai Embassy; especially, to take care of Thai students and to help them when they are in trouble.
... gave a talk on a topic “Ambassador’s views on Thailand-Japan’s relations” and shared his memorable experience on the relief missions during the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami disaster in 2011, as well as his experience in working with Japanese counterparts in those occasions.
Mr. Krit Tankanarat, Consul-General of Thailand in Osaka, also joined the event. During the opening ceremony, he delivered a remarks expressing his impressions on the event, and thanked the organiser ...
... Tokyo to honor Professor Jiro Takano, Vice President of Tokai University.
Prof. Jiro Takano was conferred with the Royal Decoration of the Third Class of the Most Admirable Order of the Direkgunabhorn
October 28th , 2015, in recognition of
work and efforts in promoting cooperation in education continuously between Tokai University
education institutions and related organizations of Thailand; particularly in the
of engineering and science technology
which contribute ...
... 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, which had been made by craftsmen in Nagasaki. Rama 4th had bought them from Japan to decorate the inside doors and windows in the temple. The ...