Today, The Seiko Museum Ginza is starting an official Instagram account(@theseikomuseumginza)which introduces the features of the museum floors, exhibits and all the interesting stories about Seiko. Please follow us and get connected.

In August 2020, with the occasion of the 160th anniversary of the birth of our founder Kintaro Hattori, the museum was relocated to the Ginza district, the birthplace of Seiko, and reopened as The Seiko Museum Ginza. The museum is exhibiting not only valuable archive materials on the history of Kintaro Hattori and Seiko’s products, but also a wide scope of the history of timepieces in general, from ancient sundials to Wadokei (traditional Japanese clocks).
We eagerly look forward to your visit.

  • As a countermeasure against the spread of COVID-19 infection, prior reservation is necessary.
    Please make a reservation from the website below.

If you’re not able to stop by for a visit, don't worry — you can easily tour the Seiko Museum Ginza online from the comfort of your home or office.
“Seiko Museum Ginza 360° Virtual Experience” that allows visitors to see a panoramic view of the facility.

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