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07.30 Thai Government donated for North Kyushu flood

... from Royal Family level to people level, in particular the assistance to one another in times of need including the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan and severe flood in Thailand in 2011.    The financial assistance to Japan during this tough time indeed underscored their strong bond of friendship.As for Saga Prefecture, the Royal Thai Embassy will deliver the separate donation of 1.5 million yen through Japan Red Cross Society. The Thai government donated 14.5 million yen (5.8 million baht) to the four prefectures in North Kyushu (Kumamoto, Oita, Fukuoka,...

The 1st Thai Festival in Saga

... Bansarn expresses his appreciation to Governor Yamaguchi for placing importance on the cooperation with Thailand. Thanks to the Governor’s effort, nowadays Saga prefecture as well as its local products are very well known in Thailand. At the same time, the Thai Festival in Saga can also play important part to raise awareness on Thailand among the people in Saga in all dimensions as the festival brings all the charms of Thailand to display in Saga, namely the foods, local products, tourism spots and cultural performances....

History of the Thai Residence

... Mission to Japan. In the early days, a room at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was used as the Legation’s office. Over the course of time, Thailand’s mission, later promoted to the mission headed by Ambassador Plenipotentiary in 1941, was relocated to various ... ... witnessed various moments of historical importance. One of the notable events was the marriage of Mr. Hamaguchi’s niece, Hiro Saga, to Prince Aishinkakura Fuketsu (Pu Chieh), the younger brother of Aishinkakura Fugi (Pu Yi), the last Emperor of China. ...

Thailand –Japan Relations

... expanding enthusiasm of local authorities and communities in Japan to establish“Thai Festival” in Tokyo, which has been well received by the Japanese public for 20 years.Similar events are now organised in Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Saga, Oita and Okinawa.           Bonds between Thai and Japanese people are clearly seen not only during normal situation but are also particularly visible during times of difficulties. Examples are seen after unprecedented natural disasters such as the Tsunami caused by the Sumatra earthquake in 2004 and the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. When the disasters struck one country,donations, relief supplies, ...

Governor of Saga hosts a dinner in honour of Ambassador of Thailand

.... Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul-General of Thailand in Fukuoka, and the delegation from the Royal Thai Embassy and the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka. Ambassador Singtong thanked the Governor for the warm hospitality and was happy to visit Saga once again after his first time during his high school in Japan. He was pleased to learn that during Governor YAMAGUCHI’s 6 years of administration, the number of Thai tourists to Saga increased dramatically from 370 to 10,000 persons. He also looked forward to working more closely ...
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