Çà et là du Japon

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Çà et là du Japon
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Studio album by Pizzicato Five
Released January 1, 2001 (2001-01-01)
Genre Shibuya-kei
Length 61:38
Label Readymade
Producer Yasuharu Konishi
Pizzicato Five chronology
24 Decembre
Çà et là du Japon
R.I.P.: Big Hits and Jet Lags 1998–2001
Alternative cover
2006 reissue version
2006 reissue version

Çà et là du Japon (|さ・え・ら ジャポン| Sa•e•ra Japon, Here and There in Japan) is the thirteenth and final studio album by Japanese pop band Pizzicato Five. The album was released on January 1, 2001 by Readymade Records. Like many of the band's later albums, Çà et là du Japon is set in a famous city of the world, during a specific time of the year, in this case Tokyo, Japan in winter. Çà et là du Japon differs from other Pizzicato Five albums in that it features several guest vocalists and songwriters, and lead vocalist Maki Nomiya appears on only a few of the songs.

Çà et là du Japon was re-released with different artwork and a lower price on March 31, 2006.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleFeatured vocalistsLength
1."1 Janvier"Takashi Nagazumi1:14
2."Nonstop to Tokyo"
3."Kimigayo" 0:31
4."Sakura Sakura"Izumi Yukimura3:54
5."Moderns" 3:27
7."Fashion People"4:04
8."In America"
  • Duke Aces
  • Izumi Yukimura
9."Gatta Call'em All!"
10."Grand Bazar" 0:19
11."24 Décembre"
  • Ronnie
  • Rocketman
12."Sukiyaki Song"Ken Yokoyama3:33
13."À Tokyo"
  • Shigeru Matsuzaki
  • You the Rock★
14."çà et là"Bertrand Burgalat4:59
15."Le Grand Tokyo" 3:46
Total length:61:38
  • "Gatta Call'em All!" is a re-recording/remix of Pokémon Ieru Ka Na? (ポケモン言えるかな?), composed by Hirokazu Tanaka and originally featuring Imakuni? and Raymond Johnson.


Chart (2001) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[1] 44


  1. ^ Okamoto, Satoshi (2006). Album Chart Book: Complete Edition 1970–2005. Oricon. ISBN 978-4-87131-077-2.

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