The new Seiko Boutique is located on Frankfurt’s celebrated Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse.
On July 17, 2015, Seiko will open its first boutique in Germany, in the city of Frankfurt. It will be the fifth city in Europe to host a Seiko Boutique, alongside Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid and Sofia. Later this year, new Seiko Boutiques will also open their doors in Moscow, Budapest, Delhi and Tokyo. Since the first boutique opened in Paris in 2004, the number has grown steadily; with these additions and the opening last year of our first North American boutique in New York, there are now sixty Seiko Boutiques in twenty countries on four continents.The network of Seiko boutiques will expand to more major cities around the world in the years to come.
The Seiko Boutiques are retail stores, of course, but much more. The visitor to any of our boutiques can explore the Seiko universe and can experience the richness of Seiko’s history, its activities and its collections in a way that is uniquely enjoyable and informative. The Seiko Boutiques are truly windows into our world.
Grand Seiko is attracting much attention in every Seiko Boutique.
The new boutique in Frankfurt, like all the rest, will showcase our luxury brand Grand Seiko as well as our prestige collections, Astron and Prospex. In these watches, the visitor will see the true uniqueness of Seiko’s craftsmanship and industry-leading technologies. The boutiques are designed to complement the presentation of Seiko in the stores of our many independent retail partners. In these stores, watch lovers can see the main Seiko collection in depth and enjoy great customer service, but it is at the boutiques that the widest selection of our leading collections is presented. Alongside these collections, the boutiques also introduce from time to time new creations on an exclusive basis including some watches from our luxury dress watch brand, Credor. In every way, the Seiko Boutiques offer the lover of fine watches a unique experience.
Seiko Boutique Frankfurt:
Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse 19, Fressgass, Frankfurt am Main