What Japan is proud of - Craftsmanship! : Japanese Watches
Part 1: SEIKO Museum
I had an opportunity to visit the Museum and as a SEIKO watch fan, had a very good time there. Here is the highlights of the Exhibit for those who cannot make it here. Those who visit Tokyo and have time, I highly recommend to visit this place. Note also that it is close to other popular tourists' spots like Asakusa and the Tokyo Sky Tree.
First of all, I thank SEIKO PR Department for accompanying me. I had been meaning to visit there as I had known about it, but never had time to do that, but now that I have more free time, it was my great pleasure to visit after renovation.
SEIKO Museum is open to public for free! English guided tour is available. I would recommend to make reservation, though. For more info:
Official website: museum.seiko.co.jp
The oldest subway line in Asia
The museum is 10 minutes cab ride from Asakusa Station. Asakusa Station is Ginza Line which is the oldest in Asia.
Please stay tuned for the more inside the museum.....