21 avril 2017
A friendly and festive gathering in the gardens of the French Institute of Tokyo
Bonjour France invites you to share the festive open-air party tradition of the guinguette in the picturesque gardens of the French Institute in Tokyo.
A constant source of inspiration for numerous paintings and movies, the Guinguette is an undeniable symbol of the French cultural heritage and lifestyle.
Originally, Guinguette described a popular cabaret near the river Seine which was at once a restaurant, a dance hall, and a bar, and where French people used to drink the “guinguet”, a typical white wine. This type of business declined in the 50’s to enjoy a renaissance recently as a trendy place.
Come rediscover the emotions of the old days as you taste savory plates elaborated by the French Institute’s Brasserie and sip delicious wine and champagne.
This evening will also be the opportunity to discover new tunes through a private concert by “Les Délinquante”. This French feminine duo of delightfully surprising accordionists play, sing and laugh with the audience, and lighten up the stage with their happy energy.
For the merriest, a DJ will make you dance for the rest of the night to the rhythm of French music.
This event is open to everyone, members and non-members of the French Chamber. Feel free to forward this invitation!
Date Friday, April 21, 2017
Time 18:30 to 23:00
Place Institut Français du Japon
Address 15 Ichigayafunagawaramachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0826
18:30-19:00 : Opening
19:00-20:15 : Private concert and diner
20:15-20:45 : Lucky draw
20:45-23:00 : DJ at the Brasserie
Admission fee 2 000 yens (includes: entrance, private concert, lucky draw, DJ, excludes : food and beverage)
Deadline for registration Friday, April 21, 2017
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.
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