Thailand will come to Sakae Hisaya Odori Park in the middle of Nagoya again this year! The Thai Festival in Nagoya was started in 2005 with the aim of introducing the charm and splendor of the Kingdom of Thailand, the land of smiles, to Nagoya. It is the third Thai festival in Japan after Tokyo and Osaka.
For the two days of the event, the venue will resemble the streets of Bangkok. Thai food stalls are lined up along with Thai miscellaneous goods and Thai fruits.
In addition, there will be a spectacular Thai dance and Thai kickboxing (Muay Thai) ...
On 2 June 2018, H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, the Ambassador of Thailand to Tokyo presided over the opening ceremony of the 14th Thai Festival in Nagoya, held between 2-3 June 2018, at the Edion Hisaya Plaza (Hisaya-Odori Park) by Yamamori Co., Ltd., a major ... ... the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, and Thailand travel guiding activities from the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Osaka Office as well. In addition, the Royal Thai Embassy also provided mobile consular services regarding the passport, family ...
... Prefecture as well as Nagoya City.
On 4 June 2016, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the opening ceremony of the 12th Thai Festival in Nagoya, which was held by Yamamori Co., Ltd. and was supported by Aichi Prefecture as well as Nagoya City. The ... ... Keaw Savey and Chok Anan, which were recently allowed to be imported into Japan for the participants. The Tourism Authority of Thailand in Osaka also had a booth exhibition to promote tourist destinations in Thailand.
... consultation on living in Japan. The Office of Labor in Japan also dispatched an official to provide advice and consultation to Thai workers.There were around 60 booths at the festival selling a variety of Thai foods and products and the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Thai Airways conducted promotions for Thai tourism. As far as Thai Festivals in Japan go, the Thai Festival in Nagoya gained just as much attention as other Thai Festivals held in Yoyogi Park in Tokyo and in Osaka.
On 14 June 2014, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising, together with Consul-General Vichit Chitvimarn, Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka, met Mr. Hideaki Omura, Aichi Governor, upon their visit to join Thai Festival in Nagoya. They discussed on trade and investment between Thailand and Aichi. Ambassador also confirmed that Thai political situation has cooled down and curfew has been withdrawn, lifting worries in traveling to Thailand for Japanese tourists and businesspeople.
The Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, joined the 9
Thai Festival in Nagoya during 25-26 May 2013 held by the Thai Festival in Nagoya Organizing ... ... owned its booths in cooperation with Thai offices such as the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways International, to promote Thailand. The mobile consular... ... therefore, gained broad attention as much as those held at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo and in Osaka.