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Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul led a pediatric team from Thailand to call on Mrs. Makiko Kikuta Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs

... courtesy call on Mrs. Makiko Kikuta, the Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of their completion of mission on providing medical supports to victims affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami in Fukushima prefecture. On 20 May 2011, Ambassador Virasakdi Futrakul led a pediatric team from Thailand consisting of Dr. Naris Waranawat, a pediatrician, and, Ms. Rungtiwa Aswinanonh, a registered nurse; to pay a courtesy call on Mrs. Makiko Kikuta, the Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of their completion of mission ...

The Fifth Thai Speech Contest

... Keio University (Tokyo), University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki Prefecture), and Kanda University of International Studies (Chiba Prefecture).         For this year, the committee comprised of Prof.Dr. Akagi Osamu from Osaka University of Foreign Studies,... ... Embassy and the accommodation coupon in Bangkok supported by TAT Tokyo. Other contestants received rewards and valuable books on Thailand supported by Japan Thailand Association (JTA).The Thai Speech Contest is indeed aimed at promoting better understanding ...

The Centennial of the Demise of King Rama V

... spouse, the Head of Thai Offices in Japan, Thai officials, Royal Thai Honorary Consulate-General in Nagoya and Thai people resided in Japan joined in the memorial ceremony of the centennial of the demise of King Rama V at Nitaiji Temple, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture.           The ceremony this year was special to recollect the King Rama V’s centennial demise and the royal grace of who had tremendous contributions to Thailand, Thai people as well as to Thailand-Japan relationships. It is reflected in 1900 when His Majesty conferred the Lord Buddha’s relics to the Buddhism clergy from Japan as their request which is currently placed in the stupa located inside the ...

Mother Day Exhibition at Wat Paknam Japan, Chiba Prefecture

               On 10 August 2010, the Royal Thai Embassy, with cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, has organised the exhibition to honour Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s 78th Birthday Anniversary for all Thai resided in Japan at Wat ParNam Japan, Chiba Prefecture. The said exhibition will be displayed until 19 August 2010.  

Ambassador Virasakdi paid a courtesy call on Governor of Tochigi Prefecture and Federation of Tochigi Prefecture Chamber of Commerce & Industry

... on Mr. Tomikazu Fukuda, Governor of Tochigi Prefecture and the President of Federation of Tochigi Prefecture Chamber of Commerce & Industry.Ambassador discussed with the Governor about the universities in Tochigi which have cooperation with those in Thailand, the prefecture’s plans on tourism and  Tochigi’s companies investing in Thailand.    

Ambassador Virasakdi paid a courtesy call on Mayor of Saitama city and lectured at the Saitama – Thai Friendship Association

Before lecture, the Ambassador met with Thai volunteers in Saitama Prefecture on how to support the volunteers’ activities and the means to assist Thais in the prefecture.Then at 16.20, the Ambassador lectured on the situation in Thailand for the the Saitama – Thai Friendship Association, led by Mr. Hiroshi Hara, the president, in the occasion of the 12th general assembly of the Association at Kawagoe Tobu Hotel. On 22 June 2010, Ambassador Virasakdi paid a courtesy call on ...

Ambassador hosted dinner for Ambassadors accredited to Thailand

... Ambassadors appreciated to their concerns and comments. He also reiterated that the Government has started the process of the five-point reconciliation plan which involves all sectors’ participation. The implementation of the reconciliation plan will not affect to usual daily lives of Thais and foreigners resided in Thailand.

Ambassador Virasakdi paid a courtesy call on Governor of Gifu Prefecture.

... call on Mr. Hajime Furuta, Governor of Gifu Prefecture and also met with Mr. Nobuo Kojima, Chairman of the Gifu Chamber of Commerce & Industry.Ambassador Virasakdi discussed with the Governor expansion of investment by Japanese companies from Gifu Prefecture, promotion of Gifu tourism as well as agricultural products to Thailand.

The 4th Thai Speech Contest 2009 in Japan

... were 13 Japan undergraduates from 5 universities in Japan comprised of Tenri University in Nara Prefecture, Osaka University in Osaka Prefecture, Keio University in Tokyo, Kanda University in Chiba Prefecture and Utsunomiya University in Tochigi Prefecture.The speech contest contained 4 categories including 1) the sophomore, 2) the third-year/fourth-year students, 3) students studied in Thailand less than 6 months and 4) students studied in Thailand more than 6 months.All contestants performed Thai language skills and abilities which reflected in their speeches. They also interestingly interpreted the meaning of “the happiness” in ...

JTBF Farwell Party

... Ambassador’s strongly support to JTBF activities. He also reiterated that Japan-Thai relationships were closer and reflected in the Celebration of 120th Diplomatic Relations and the joint signing on JTEPA. Even through the World economic crisis had effect on both countries, there was remain a sign of recovery. JTBF, thus, would continue its works to promote the both countries benefits. The Ambassador expressed his gratitude to JTBF members for their sympathy to Thailand and being a Friends of Thailand when in need. He stressed that the Embassy could not do solely to promote Thailand and Japan relations. JTBF, therefore, was a crucial part to help promote a better understanding to Japan which also benefited to ...
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