The Thai-Japanese Association has been founded in Thailand since 4th November 1935 (B.E.2478) by the Thai people and Japanese community in Thailand for the purpose of setting up a center to promote the relationships between the two nations.
The name of the association when first established was "Japan-Siam Association", having Phya Saridhikarn Banchong as the first President and Prince Arthit-Tip-A-Pa as Honorary President. The Thai-Japanese Association had to quit its operation for a period of time during the World War II. Until 1968 (B.E. 2511), the Thai and Japanese people, most of them who were former members of the association, were reunited and made legal registration for the re-establishment of the association once again under the name "Japan-Thailand Association", having Phya Mahaisawan as the President. Later, on 20 August 1980 the Association has changed its name to "Thai-Japanese Association" and has continued operating until present.
- To promote closer friendship and cooperation between Thai and Japanese people through, inter alias, strengthening of joint activities in economic, social and cultural areas.
- To build a close connection for good understanding and harmony between the people of the two countries.
- To assist in public welfare at appropriate occasions.
- To do any act deemed fit in order to promote friendship according to the above objectives.
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