The Ginza district in central Tokyo has a special importance for Seiko. It was where the company’s founder, Kintaro Hattori, opened a shop selling and repairing clocks and watches in1881, when he was just 21 years old and, today, Ginza is still where the company is located. For more than 120
years, a Seiko clock in Ginza has kept Tokyo on time. Today, the Seiko clock looks down on Ginza’s most famous crossroads from the roof of the Wako store where one of the world’s largest Seiko flagship stores is located. Nearby are other Seiko establishments, including the Seiko Museum, a
boutique dedicated to Seiko Prospex and Seiko Dream Square, where people can experience each collection’s rich heritage and the unique worldview of Seiko.