June 24, 2011
Opening of the SEIKO Salon at Wako Main Building as a Flagship Shop for SEIKO Products
On June 24, in commemoration of the SEIKO group’s 130 years, the famous WAKO specialty store in Tokyo re-opened after a major renovation.
WAKO is owned by SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION, and entirely new SEIKO flagship shop, the SEIKO Salon, opened on the ground floor of the newly renovated WAKO Main Building to offer SEIKO’S leading watches. This is one of the first and largest SEIKO showrooms in Japan, which can accommodate a wide variety of customer needs.
In addition, the SEIKO logo has been displayed on the clock tower of WAKO’s Main Building from Saturday, June 18. Ginza’s symbolic clock tower is regarded as the “face” of SEIKO.
Wako Main Building
Welcome speech by Mr. Shinji Hattori, President and CEO of SEIKO Holdings
Mr. Nakamura, Mr. Hattori, Mr. Matsutoya, and Ms Kubo from the left
SEIKO Salon from the main entrance
Credor Spring Drive Minute Repeater
History of SEIKO mechanical watches
The clock tower