On 20 September 2015, The Royal Thai Embassy hosted a dinner for Mr. Nithiwat Tharathorn, Director of Thai Movie called “The Teacher’s Diary” to congratulate him that his film was selected to be shown in The 8
Down Town Taito International Comedy Film Festival, held during 18-22 September 2015. The Teacher’s Diary would be held at Tokyo National Museum, Heisei-kan on 21 September 2015.
... become even stronger.
The people-to-people contacts between Thailand and Saga has picked up impressively. Apart from tourism, the Thai Festival Saga has been organised annually by Saga Prefecture for three consecutive years. Saga prefecture is also a hosttown for Thai rowing and archery athletes who will be competing in Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics in 2021.
... courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy.
On 30 October 2018, Mr. Shigeru Nakanishi, Mayor of Kanoya city paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassy.
Kanoya city was elected to be the hosttown of Thailand women's national volleyball team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Mayor reported that Kanoya city was also the training camp for Thailand women's national volleyball team during 23 July - 2 August 2018. On this occasion,...
... to the YTFA’s continuous efforts in organizing various activities to expand connections between Yamagata Prefecture and Thailand in all areas amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. He also expressed his sincere gratitude to Yamagata City for being the HostTown for the Thai judo team and invited the YTFA to give full support to the Thai judo athletes during the Tokyo Olympic Games. Mr. Hiroji SAGAE, the YTFA Chairman, emphasized his willingness to continue strengthening relations between Thai and Yamagata ...
... Embassy. On this occasion, Ms. Dheerangkun Uchino, First Secretary welcomed and gave an overall briefing about history and the Thailand-Japan relations in every dimension to the them including participating in Q&A section.
Ryugasaki is selected to be the hosttown for the athlethics from Thailand for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games.
... various activities in order to further strengthen the relationship between Thailand and Japan, especially this year, which is the 130th year anniversary of established diplomatic relations between Thailand and Japan.
Ryugasaki has been selected as a hosttown for Thai athletes to train for the upcoming 2020 Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo.
.... Dheerangkun Uchino, First Secretary together with the embassy staffs gave a lecture about Thailand to the elementary students of the Nareumadai School and Nareshiba School in Ryugasaki City, Ibaraki Prefecture. Ryugasaki city is selected to be the hosttown of Thai athletics for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. This lecture was held as one part of the Olympic and Paralympic Game subject for the elementary school students.
In addition, with the cooperation of the Japan Sepaktakraw Federation,...
... the Thai national team.
Both rowing athletes expressed their sincere appreciation for the students in Saga and Saga Prefecture for the origami cranes and for sending them heartfelt supporting message in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Saga Prefecture is a hosttown for Thailand’s rowing team. Regrettably, the Thai team could not join the pre-Games training camps, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Royal Thai Embassy wishes to thank Mr. TANEMURA Masaya, Director of Capital Region Office from Saga ...
... Phisalaphong, Minister-Counsellor to be the representative to welcomed Mr. Shuhei MIYAJI, Vice Mayor of Kanoya city, Kagoshima Prefecture at the Embassy.
Thailand and Kanoya city have good cooperation especially in sports. Previously, Kanoya was the hosttown for Thai volleyball national team to participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and after. Kanoya will also send high school volleyball representatives athletes to practice in Thailand. In addition, Kanoya shows its readiness for other athletes aside ...