On September 14, 2023, H.E. Mr. Singtong LAPISATEPUN, the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, hosted a luncheon as a gesture of gratitude in honor of Professor Emeritus AKAGI Osamu, former President of the Osaka University of Foreign Studies, and Mr. KITAYAMA Teisuke, Senior Advisor at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, and President of the Japan-Thailand Association (JTA) and the Japan-Thailand Business Forum (JTBF). The luncheon was also attended by ...
... trophy presented an image of two Japanese sumo wrestlers grappling under a Sakura tree, symbolizing Japan.
In 2023, the Thailand-Japan Friendship Trophy is awarded to the Sumo Champion of 6 tournaments held in 4 prefectures across Japan, i.e. Tokyo, Osaka, Aichi and Fukuoka. Besides Thailand, ambassadors and representatives from other 10 countries also presented certificates and trophies to the Champion, namely, the United Arab Emirates, Mongolia, Bulgaria, France, Israel, The United States of America, China, the Czech Republic, ...
... "Experience" which offered special packages to experience Thai arts and culture through 28 participating institutions. The online platform of the campaign gained 870,419 views in total.
Fine Thai in Your Area 2023 is one of the collaborations among Team Thailand in Japan, namely the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka, the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka, Commercial Affairs of the Royal Thai Embassy and TAT Tokyo office.
On 1 July 2023, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, and his spouse attended the opening ceremony of Centara Grand Hotel Osaka, which is the first Centara hotel in Osaka and in Japan. Centara is also the second Thai hotel brand to open in Japan.
Centara Grand Hotel Osaka is a 33-storey 5-star hotel with 515 rooms, offering 360-degree views of Namba Parks. The hotel also ...
... was introduced to commemorate the 135th anniversary of the bilateral diplomatic relations.
In 2023, the Thailand-Japan Friendship Trophy would be awarded to the Sumo Champion of six tournaments held in four prefectures across Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, Aichi and Fukuoka. Besides Thailand, ambassadors and representatives from other 11 countries also presented certificates and trophies to the Champion, namely, the United Arab Emirates, Mongolia, Bulgaria, France, Israel, The United States of America, China, the Czech Republic, ...
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... Festival in Tokyo is considered one of the largest outdoor festivals organized by foreign missions in Japan and has been organized continuously for over 20 years. It serves as a significant mechanism for promoting people-to-people relations between Thailand and Japan. This year, in addition to Tokyo, Thai festivals were held or are going to be held across Japan in more than 10 other cities including Chiba, Osaka, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Nagoya, Sendai, Kawasaki, Saga, Oita, and Kobe. From today to June 16, 2023, there is also a special campaign called "Fine Thai in Your Area," which gathers Thai restaurants, products, and goods at special prices, at
... competition was attended by 10 participants from four universities, namely Kanda University of International Studies, Keio University, Osaka University, and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
This year's Thai Speech Contest was the first held in three years due ... ... behalf of the Embassy. She also joined other 3 representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, in the judging panel for the contest.
The outstanding prizes were awarded to Ms. NAKATA Fuko, a fourth year student,...
... December 2022, which the Embassy also renders its support in order to promote language and cultural exchanges between Thailand and Japan.
Ambassador welcomed the resumption of direct flight operations between Thailand and Japan, including those to Narita, Osaka, Fukuoka and Hokkaido, by AirAsia Thailand and AirAsia X. The flight to Shin Chitose Airport, Hokkaido, will resume in January next year onwards. The direct flights will promote exchanges and friendship between Thailand and Japan even further.
... "ThaChab" (fighting gesture)of Rama's army monkeys from Ramayana epic literature book in the reign of King Rama I of Thailand, currently being kept at the National Museum in Bangkok.
The other side of the cup depicts sumo wrestlers fighting in ... ... Japan Sumo Association agreed to extend the award to all six sumo tournaments in four prefectures across Japan, namely Tokyo, Osaka, Aichi, and Fukuoka prefecture.