On 29 June 2021, Ambassadors of ASEAN Countries in Japan including H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand, attended the “Handing-Over Ceremony of the ASEAN Committee in Tokyo (ACT) Chairmanship” at the International ... ... Ambassador of Singapore who will be the next ACT Chair during July-December 2021. The term of ACT Chairmanship is 6 months and rotated among the ASEAN Embassies in Japan.
... Technology Thonburi's School of Management (Telecommunication and Broadcasting Management and Real Estate Management) visited the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo. They were greeted by Mr. Bhakavat Tanskul, Deputy Chief of Mission and briefed on the current state of bilateral relations between Thailand and Japan, as well as the economic situation and policies of Japan.
... Thai Embassy to listen to a briefing by Mr. Tetsuo Yoneyama, Chief of Department of Public Information of the Komeito, on the overview of the party and its role in the Japanese politics. On the occasion, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag gave a presentation on the Japan-Thailand relations.
... occasion, the student representative introduced
On 10 January 2020, Minister Counsellor Romdej Phisalaphong welcomed the 50 students from the 6th grade of Sano Elementary School, Sano City, Tochigi Prefecture. On this occasion, the student representative introduced the tourist attractions places, well known items of Sano city while the embassy staff gave a lecture about Thailand and Thai culture as well as Q&A session for students
... The Tokai University Club.
On 1 June 2016, Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor attended the welcome reception for the representatives of the ten South East Asian Countries as well as Japan for the 43rd SSEAYP in 2016 at The Tokai University Club. The participating ... ... Program (SSEAYP) include Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao P.D.R., Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan.
... Embassy’s Hall. The Japanese Government has granted a permission to import Som-O (or Thai Pomelo) (Thongdee variety) from Thailand since 2012 and the event was held to promote Som-O more in the Japanese market, in which about 100 guests participated ... ... fruits import business and distributors as well as media.
Following the Ambassador’s welcome remarks, there were DVD presentation about Som-O, the introduction of how to peel Som-O by the chef of Ambassador’s residence and the cooking demonstration ...
On 30 October 2013, 10 students from the NIYE 2013 Junior Program (Invitation for Junior High School Students in ASEAN Member Countries for Youth Exchange Project), led by Mr. Theeraphol Pitackchartwong, the attendant of the group, attended a briefing about Thailand-Japan relations at the Embassy. The students are currently studying in junior high school. The purpose of the program is to study about Japanese culture and strengthen the relationship between Japan and ASEAN member countries and programmes were ...
... to Thai in the eastern part
On 25 November 2019, Mr. Mito Kakizawa and Mr. Kaname Yoshida, member of the House of Representatives of Koto Ward, Tokyo paid a courtesy call Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun to express their wish to hold an event related ... ... part of Tokyo in next autumn. On this occasion, the Ambassador agreed and said that it’s a good opportunity to promote Thailand and the Royal Thai Embassy is ready to support.
... students of the expand the vision of to be globalization which is the project of Khon Kaen University at the hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.
On 22 April 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag assigned Minister Counsellor Salinee Phonprapai to be a representative to welcome the teachers and students of the expand the vision of to be globalization which is the project of Khon Kaen University at the hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.
On this occasion, Minister Counsellor Salinee gave a briefing an overview of the Thailand-Japan relations and Ms. Ajaree Wongwan, First Secretary shared her study experience in Japan for them.
... who won the Foreign Minister’s Award of the 27th Annual National Art Exhibition, visited the Royal Thai Embassy. Earlier on 8 February 2015, Ms. Pornpit Somwong, Minister Counsellor of the Educational Affairs’ Office, joined the above award-presentation ceremony which was held in Atami city, Shizuoka Prefecture. Miss Thibtanya’s great achievement is another prestigious and successful story of Thai youth who helps promote Thailand in Japan.