British funk group Jamiroquai and their entourage arrived in Hong Kong from Japan yesterday - minus their colourful lead singer Jay Kay, who was posted missing from their flight from Tokyo. The band and their production team landed at Chek Lap Kok at 1.55pm on an All Nippon Airways flight as planned, but the charismatic frontman was nowhere to be seen, leaving the band's promoters and managers in a flap. After a series of phone calls it was established that the lead singer, noted for his outlandish headgear, had decided to stay behind after a party in the Japanese capital. Nigel Peters, of Midas Promotions, said: 'It was their last night in Tokyo and I think they had a bit of a party. They're all a bit the worse for wear and I guess because he's the boss, Jay Kay can take another day to recover. 'He'll definitely be here in time for the show, I can assure fans, that's 100 per cent.' It is understood the singer will arrive in Hong Kong today with his personal assistant and two bodyguards. A spokesman for Sony Music in Hong Kong, the band's record label, would only say they were staying at a five-star hotel in Wan Chai. Jamiroquai, who played before 40,000 fans in Tokyo, are due to perform the middle leg of their Funk Odyssey tour at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai tomorrow night. The last stop of their Asian tour is Singapore.