The NihongoPartners project is aimed at providing assistance to local Japanese language teachers in teaching Japanese language by Japanese volunteers in 10 ASEAN countries, China and Taiwan. Since 2014, there have been more than 3,000 Japanese volunteers participated in this project. The 10th batch of 48 NihongoPartners was dispatched to Thailand from May 2022 to February 2023. The two representatives from the said batch reported their experiences in Thailand to the Thai Ambassador.
Through their assistance, the NihongoPartners Project contributes to the deeper ...
On 11 November 2022, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, attended a certificate presentation ceremony for NIHONGOPartnersvolunteers 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 ...
... under the Japan Foundation Asia Center, led by Ms. SATO Yuri, Executive Vice President, Japan Foundation, paid a courtesy visit on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan.
The delegation informed the Ambassador of the outcome of NihongoPartners 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
batch in Thailand, attended by 45 Japanese volunteers in 19 provinces in all regions.
As the Project was held under COVID-19 prevention restriction,...
... Bansarn Bunnag.
On 19 March 2019, Mr. Masato Furuya, the Director of Asia Center, The Japan Foundation, led 6 volunteers who had served as Japanese language teachers in junior high schools to pay a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag. The NihongoPartners Project was organized by The Japan Foundation since 2014 and has sent volunteers to perform duties in various countries approximately 1,800 people at the end of 2018.