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The award-giving ceremony of the Logo Competition on the occasion of the 130th Anniversary of Thailand-Japan Diplomatic Relations

On 7 February 2017, the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan held the award-giving ceremony of the Logo Competition on the occasion of the 130th ... ... Thai Airways International. The winning design is a perfect combination of the unique symbols of Thailand and Japan, namely elephant on Thai tri-colour flag background and a Sakura flower on Japanese “circle of the sun”. The outline shape ...
07/02/2017

Building Thailand-Japan friendship with the Japanese Youth at Kogai Elementary School in Tokyo

On 11 December 2020 the Royal Thai Embassy was invited to introduce Thailand to grade 5 and 6students at Kogai Elementary Schoo lin Minato City in Tokyo. The Embassy believes that getting to know Thailand from a young age helps build a long-lasting friendship between Thailand ... ... students learned about Thai history, Thai tradition and culture. They also had an opportunity to learn more about a Thai baby elephant which was recently born at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. The Embassy was impressed that the students took notes about Thailand ...
11/12/2020

The presentation ceremony of a Hanako oil painting

... November 2015, H.E. Ambassador Sihasak Phuangketkeow presided over the ceremony of the presentation of an oil painting of a Thai elephant (Hanako-Playground) to the Royal Thai Embassy On 18 November 2015, H.E. Ambassador Sihasak Phuangketkeow presided over the ceremony of the presentation ... ... Royal Thai Embassy for official ceremony guests. Hanako the elephant, is now 68 years old and she resides at the Inokashira Zoo, Tokyo.

Sincere appreciation from the Royal Thai Embassy for Japanese generosity for Thai elephants.

... global pandemichas posed a considerable impact not only on humanity but also on animals. Elephants in Thailand have also been affected by the outbreak. Due to international... ... elephant’s food crop to rise and has affected natural food sources for elephants. The Royal Thai government attaches importance to the elephant food shortage situation and has... ... number of elephants and camps facing such difficulty.  The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo learned with appreciation thata number of Japanese people and Japanese private...
03/08/2020

Condolences for the passing away of Thai elephant “Arthit” at the Ueno Zoological Gardens

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo learned from the Ueno Zoological Gardens that on 14 September 2020, the Ueno Zoological Gardens organised a condolences ceremony for the passing of the Thai elephant “Arthit” who died of Tuberculosis on 24 August 2020. The unexpected passing of elephant “Arthit” was ...

The 68th Birthday Celebration for Thai Elephant “Hanako” at Inokashira Park Zoo

On 1 February 2015, Minister Counsellor Mr.Nattapong Lathapipat and his spouse attended the 68th birthday anniversary of the Thai elephant “Hanako” at Inokashira Park Zoo in Tokyo. Hanako was given by Thailand to Japan in 1949 and is now the oldest elephant nurtured by a zoo in Japan. Minister Counsellor ... ... also thanked Inokashira Park Zoo Director, staff and the Japanese who have been fostering Hanako throughout the years. The Royal Thai Embassy offered birthday present to Hanako, comprising with strawberries bananas, and various kind of fruits.
01/02/2015

2014.02.02 67th Birthday Celebration for Thai Elephant “Hanako”

On 2 February 2014, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising, attended the 67th birthday celebration of the Thai elephant “Hanako” at Inokashira Park Zoo in Tokyo.  Hanako was given by Thailand to Japan in 1949 and is now the oldest elephant natured by a zoo in Japan. Ambassador said ... ... also gave speeches, while the staff taking care of Hanako gave information on Hanako’s food and her health condition. The Royal Thai Embassy presented Hanako with bananas and strawberries, while the zoo made a special cake by toasts, red-bean buns,...
05/02/2014
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