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07.27 Tokugawa Museum donated for Wat Arun Rajwararam’s Buddha images restoration

On 27 July 2012, Mr. Narimasa Tokugawa, Tokugawa Museum Chief Director, met Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul at the Embassy to donate 1 million yen for Buddha images restoration at Wat Arun Rajwararam, which were damaged by the flood last year. On 27 July 2012, Mr. Narimasa Tokugawa,...
09/08/2012

2014.07.07 Tokugawa Museum donated for restoring Ayutthaya’s cultural heritage temple

On 7 July 2014, Mr. Narimasa Tokugawa, President of the Tokugawa Museum, together with Mrs. Maki Tokugawa, Director, met with Ambassador Thanatip Upatising to deliver 3-million-yen donation and Mrs. Tokugawa’s individual donation of 1 million yen for restoring Wat Sala Poon, an ...
07/07/2014

2013.07.09 Tokugawa Museum donated for restoring Ayutthaya’s cultural heritage temples

On 9 July 2013, Mr. Narimasa Tokugawa, President of the Tokugawa Museum, met with Ambassador Thanatip Upatising to deliver 1-million-yen donation for preserving cultural properties.  Wat Sala Poon and Wat Chang Yai, two old temples in Ayutthaya, one of Thailand’s World Heritage ...
12/07/2013

大使夫妻が徳川ミュージアム設立50周年記念式典に出席

2017年2月11日、バンサーン・ブンナーク大使夫妻は公益財団法人徳川ミュージアム設立50周年記念式典に出席し、お祝いの挨拶を行い、これまでタイの文化財修復への支援に対して感謝の意を表しました。 2017年2月11日、バンサーン・ブンナーク大使夫妻は公益財団法人徳川ミュージアム設立50周年記念式典に出席し、お祝いの挨拶を行い、これまでタイの文化財修復への支援に対して感謝の意を表しました。...
11/02/2017

Thailand –Japan Relations

... over 600 years to the 14th century when trade was conducted between Siam and Ryukyu Kingdom (Okinawa). The number of merchants going to Ayutthaya increased in the 16th century and with the issuance of trade licenses (trade by Red-Seal Ships) by the Tokugawa Government in 1604, trade between the two countries flourished. The Japanese were granted permission by the King to reside in Ayutthaya, and many Christians also moved from Japan to Ayutthaya. Before long, a Japanese village arose in the outskirts ...
07/07/2020
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