The first Seiko Prospex Boutique opens in Ginza

 Seiko Watch Corporation is pleased to announce the first boutique for Seiko Prospex, which will open its doors in the brand’s birthplace in Tokyo’s Ginza district on August 2nd, 2019. Prospex is Seiko’s leading sports watch collection renowned for its high functionality whether on land, at the sea or in the sky, and has won acclaim and trust of professionals across the world.

 The history of Seiko’s sports watches began in 1965 with the introduction of Japan’s first diver’s watch. Ever since, Seiko’s sports watches have developed in response to the needs of professional divers and adventurers alike. Through over 50 years of innovation, Seiko has continuously pushed back the boundaries of what sports watches and diver’s watches in particular, can offer and has introduced many landmark timepieces which have brought real advances in safety, reliability, legibility and ease of use. Today, this tradition is carried forward in the Prospex collection.

 "Seiko Prospex Boutique Ginza" invites visitors to the world of its latest series of premium sports watches, the Prospex LX Line. The boutique is in every way a reflection of the new line and its façade, walls and floors are marked with bold diagonal lines expressing the speed and strength of sports. The heritage, features and functions of the collection are explained through in an exhibition that will be renewed and enriched regularly throughout the year.

 With the addition of the Seiko Prospex Boutique Ginza, there are now four Seiko retail establishments and the Grand Seiko Boutique in the Ginza area. The Seiko Flagship Salon in the Wako department store carries a wide range of Seiko watches as well as Grand Seiko and Credor. At the Seiko Boutique in GINZA SIX and at Seiko Dream Square, there are also exclusive Seiko collections.

  • Seiko Prospex Boutique Ginza
  • Address:      4-5-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
  • Opening date:   August 2nd, 2019
  • Opening hours:  10:30~19:00 Monday – Sunday
  • Languages spoken: Japanese, English, Chinese (Mandarin)

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