Seiko opens first-ever Premium boutique in Ginza, Tokyo
Seiko opened the first-ever Seiko Premium Boutique at Tokyo’s elite shopping district of Ginza recently. Designed to serve as a show window for Seiko’s three luxury brands – Grand Seiko, Credor and Galante, the exclusive outlet will present some of the brand’s latest and most innovative creations.
“Showcasing our prestigious collections, this boutique will offer a true window to the Seiko world, and visitors will experience the uniqueness of Seiko’s craftsmanship and Japanese hospitality” announced Shinji Hattori, President & CEO of Seiko Watch Corporation, speaking at the inauguration.
On display at the exclusive boutique will be the widest selection of Grand Seiko timepieces as well as Credor masterpieces such as the Spring Drive Minute Repeater, which sells for over US$ 250,000.
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