TITLE :: NoJazz: February 2nd–5th 2011
PARISIAN nu-jazz five-piece, NoJazz, have come to rock Niseko again this year.
Even though last night’s performance was considered by them to be its ‘warm-up’ gig, it was sensationally good. And I’m not even a fan of jazz music.
The rhythm and beats were hypnotic, enchanting everyone into melodic trance. The trumpet
TITLE :: NoJazz Returns to Niseko
NoJazz, the French nu-jazz five piece is coming back to Niseko again after rave reviews and sold-out performances last year.
The band fuses a combination of electronic synthesised sounds and beats with organic horns, saxophones and percussion, into a wildly energetic stage
NoJazz, the French nu-jazz five-piece are coming back to Niseko again after rave reviews and sold-out performances last year.
TITLE :: The Barn Season Opening Party
WHILE not quite ‘The Perfect Day’ that may have been in mind when the event was organised, it was certainly a great ending to what was a beautiful autumn day.
The opening party started with gourmet dinners for those lucky enough to make advanced reservations.
Guests were treated to the French-style food that The
TITLE :: The Barn a full house for No Jazz
NISEKO’S new restaurant and bar, The Barn, was packed wall-to-wall last night with revellers jiving to the international sounds of Parisian-electro-jazz outfit, No Jazz.
A hit in Europe with three albums – also playing with the likes of Earth, Wind & Fire and Stevie Wonder – the quirky French four-piece had Hirafu
HAPPY Chinese New Year and a big powder-coated welcome to all those who have chosen snowy Niseko to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Tiger!
TITLE :: Taj Mahal fills and shakes bellies
YET another new Niseko restaurant – the Taj Mahal – swung open its doors recently, with an all-you-can-eat Indian buffet and...belly dancing!
HOLLYWOOD has its Sunset Strip, Paris the Champs-Élysées, and then there's the famous Tokyo shopping and entertainment strip, Ginza.
THIS season, Niseko's bar and restaurant scene is booming. Herbie's Austrian Umbrella Bar on Hirafu's main street (pictured) is one of the unique newcomers, boasting cosy apres ski schnapps, beer and food.