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It was very nice to visit this place because you not only get to see the history of seiko but the history of watches as well.
Our kids were asked to choose what color of origami watch they wanted the minute we entered the place....More
I had a wonderful experience at the Seiko museum, where my wife and I were able to learn the story of time and the pivotal role that Seiko played in the advancement of horology through the years. A must-visit for any horology enthusiast!
Its very difficult I beleive to tell a story of time, however this Museum team had done a very well job. From the Start of time, to evolving technology and going upto the current time phase. Even a 10page article can't explain amazing setup and...More
If you love watches, fine time pieces or to understand Japanese corporate history, this place is a great.
There is an English speaking tour guide ONLY if you request it in ADVANCE. For others, you get an ipad language guidance. Which is pretty good I...More
The Seiko Museum is easy to find with some guidance. A modest building is housing the collection. Starting on the ground floor. According to the website you need to make an appointment but there's no need. Just go and walk in. The tour is iPad...More
We planned this day because my son loves watches. We found this while visiting Tokyo. We scheduled a tour. Once there, it exceeded our expectations. Our guide, Tomoko, was Outstanding. Our one hour tour turned into two. It was a fantastic day. They even presented...More
I read about the museum on the Seiko website and thought this is a must visit for me. I found the museum easy to get to from Skytree and the setup easy to navigate and spacious. The museum had some fascinating pieces and it illustrates...More
I am of the firm belief that Seiko does not get enough credit or respect outside of its home country. The company makes watches for every occasion -- from its 50 dollar entry-level Seiko 5 series to the 400,000 dollar Credor Minute Repeater. I currently...More