... Children’s Art Exhibition. The event was organized by Biiku Bunka Kyokai (The Foundation of Art Education in Japan). Out of 60,206 art pieces from 38 countries nominated for the Ministry’s awards, Jate’s “Dragon Factory” was among the ten selected pieces. The award ceremony was held at Tokyo National Museum on 31 March 2014. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, represented Jate in receiving the award, which will be later delivered to him.
... Children’s Art Exhibition. The event was organized by Biiku Bunka Kyokai (The Foundation of Art Education in Japan). Out of 38,139 art pieces from 38 countries nominated for the Ministry’s awards, Kittipat’s “Green Earth” was among the ten selected pieces. The award ceremony was held at Tokyo National Museum on 25 March 2013. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, represented Kittipat in receiving the award, which will be directly delivered to him later.
... deepening understanding between Japan and other Asian countries through films during the annual TIFF in Tokyo and it is expected to be implemented for the next seven years until 2020. This year, as the first round of the series, Japan Foundation focuses on Thai films through selecting 8 famous works to be shown in cinemas in Roppongi and Nihonbashi between 23-30 October 2014.
... 1-month-exchange program is under the Global 30 Project under the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan, which aims to promote 300,000 international students to study in Japan.
Meiji University is among the 13 universities selected by the Japanese Government to participate in the Global 30 program. The exchange program between Meiji University and Thai universities marked the fourth term of their cooperation since its launch in 2010. Today, the number of international students at Meiji University has doubled to 1,200 comparing to the number in 2009.
... party under the name “Crossover Night at the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo” to promote Thai Culture, Thai Music and Thai Food. Over 200 people attended the event including, Mrs. Atchaka Sibunruang, Minister of Industry attended as honor guest ... ... Ambassadors of ASEAN countries to Japan, high executives from both public and private sectors, people of the press and also selected winners in the “Thailand’s Fan club” by Tourism Authority of Thailand.
The concert included performances ...
... and the Thailand-Japan relations in every dimension to the them including participating in Q&A section.
On 13 November 2018, International Exchange Association of Ryugasaki, Ibaraki prefecture led the students from Junior Meeting Club to the Royal Thai 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 host town for the athlethics from Thailand for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games.
... 3 news reporters from King’s Brunch TV program, namely Ms. Akie Suzuki, Ms. Yuki Tannowa and Ms. Kanako Takeuch, for receiving the top 3 highest votes from readers for their online articles promoting Thai restaurants in Tokyo branded under the “Thai Select Program”, supported by Department of International Trade Promotion of Ministry of Commerce, Tokyo Office. In this event, other social media specialists and journalists on foods were also invited. For more information, please visit:
... cooperation of 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 host town for Thai athletes to train for the upcoming 2020 Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo.
... (Tokyo), Meiji University(Tokyo), Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University(Oita Prefecture) and Kanda University of International Studies (Chiba Prefecture).
Every contestant had delivered the speech under the title of “Change” and answer a question in Thai. The selection panel was comprised of representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy, Office of Educational Affairs, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
The outstanding prize for this year contest belonged to Mr. Taiki ...