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Ambassador received a courtesy call by the Vice Governor of Tokushima

On 8 September 2023, Mr. ITO Daisuke, Vice Governor of Tokushima Prefecture, paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, to seek support for the export of Sudachi to Thailand. Sudachi is a kind of citrus fruit similar to lime and is a famous fruit of Tokushima. The main targeted customers are Japanese restaurants in Thailand, which are over 5,000 in number. The Ambassador is pleased to support the export of Tokushima’s Sudachi to Thailand . He ...

President of CHABAA Japan paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador

On 30 November 2021, Mr. WADA Akiyuki, President of CHABAA Japan Co.,Ltd, and Mr. KATSURA Hitoshi, General Manager, Sales and National Brand Department of Haruna Produce Inc., distributor of CHABAA fruit juice paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr.Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan. They informed the Ambassador about the sales of "CHABAA" fruit juices that have gained popularity in Japan. CHABAA juices made of quality Thai ...

The ambassador's spouse held a Thai fruit carving workshop for ALFS members

On 10 October 2022, Mrs. Porndee Lapisatepun, spouse of the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, organised a Thai fruit and vegetable carving workshop for the members of the Small Interest Group (SIG) on Flower Arrangement (Ikebana) of the Asia-Pacific Ladies Friendship Society (ALFS) at the Thai Residence. As the foreign embassy side coordinator for ALFS' SIG on ...

2013.07.11 Ambassador’s spouse attended the 7th Thai Fruits Carving Contest Award Ceremony

On 11 July 2013, Mme. Monthip Upatising, Ambassador’s spouse, and diplomats attended the 7thThai Fruits Carving Contest Award Ceremony, held at the Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa, Tokyo. The Contest was organized by Japan Fruits & Soap Carving Society, where Ms. Noriko Kosaka is the president. Mme Monthip presented the opening speech, expressing her ...

2014.08.25-26 Ambassador, Thai Farmers and Media Visited Japanese Farms under Project of From Farm to Table : what will Thai Farmers Learn from the Japanese?

... farmers (members of the Development of Ecological Agriculture and Plant Conservation Network) visited  pear orchard operated by the gardeners group of Shimotsuma city, Ibaraki prefecture. During the trip, members observed the process which began with fruit picking, fruit classification, packaging and developing various products from pear fruits. On that evening, Mr. Motoharu Inaba, Mayor of Shimotsuma city, hosted the dinner to welcome the group. Next day, on 26 th , ambassador and the delegates moved ...

Mr. KOBAYASHI Hideaki, Former Ambassador of Japan to Thailand, and Professor TATSUMA Toshiro meets with the Ambassador.

On 19August 2020, H.E. Mr. KOBAYASHI Hideaki, Former Ambassador of Japan to Thailand, and Mr. TATSUMA Toshiro, Visiting Professor at Shoin University and Advisor to Foreign Press Centre, met Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun. They have a fruitful discussion on ways to promote exchanges on education, medical field, media and local-to-local cooperation between Thailand and Japan. On 19August 2020, H.E. Mr. KOBAYASHI Hideaki, Former Ambassador of Japan to Thailand, and Mr. TATSUMA Toshiro,...


... cooperation through JICA and NGOs , at Hibiya Park. At the Embassy booth, the theme of “Thailand: Kitchen to the World” was highlighted through the display and exhibition of fresh products which are currently imported to Japan i.e., herbs and spices, fruits and processed foods, in order to demonstrate the agricultural development in Thailand that have grown from the field to agro-industry. The fruit tasting has also drawn great attention from visitors.

2013.08.14 Mitsukoshi Bus Travel visited the Residence

... architecture, luncheon at Royal Thai Residence”.  The guests were greeted by the Ambassador and later enjoyed Thai culture through a video presentation, Thai traditional music, Thai traditional dance by International Thai Dance Academy (ITDA) and fruit carving demonstration by Ms. Noriko Kosaka, President of Japan Vegetables and Fruits Carving Club, including soap carving and Thai sweet making demonstration by Thais who live in Japan.  At the end of program, the guests had a chance to enjoy Thai ...

2013.10.12-14 Embassy participated in cultural activities

... provided information on Thailand and food, Khanom Dok Jok making demonstration, Thai boxing demonstration from Saenchai Muaythai Gym, as well as having 35 members of Wattana Alumni Chorus from Thailand sing in the event.  Thailand tourism, Thai food and fruits brochures were also distributed. The children and parents showed enthusiasm in the activities and seemed to have positive attitude towards Thailand, while some of them expressed their interest in visiting the country in the future. 4. Thai Fair ...

04.28 Ambassador attended Thai Fair at Aeon Lake Town

... Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul gave an opening speech at the Thai Fair, at Aeon Lake Town Shopping Mall in Koshigaya City, Saitama Prefecture. The 4-day-fair, from 27-30 April 2012, aimed at promoting Thai products, food, and culture to the Japanese. Fruit carving demonstration, Thai massage, traditional dance, as well as Thai classical music by the Embassy’s Royal Thai Ensemble were also provided at the event. On 28 April 2012, H.E. Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul gave an opening speech at the ...
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