Sunday Rewind Inside Seiko Japan
Despite our consistently expanding reliance on technology and automation, watchmaking is still a lot of a handcraft, and it is always exciting to see exactly how the human component can take the entirety of the exposed components and make something that any of us may one day wear on our wrist. With that as a primary concern, today we are returning a look to our 2015 visit through a few Seiko areas in Japan. Seiko is an immense and complex company, yet these are only a couple of the spots in which their watches become a reality.
Originally distributed in May 2015 and complete with a full video and a lot of photographs, this post covers unique passage into two of Seiko’s assembling areas just as a gander at the brand’s historical center in Tokyo. From Grand Seiko to Astron, Credor, and much more, it’s a nearby glance at the extraordinary and very detail-driven parts of how Seiko makes watches of all varieties.
Click here to peruse “Inside The Manufacture: A Visit To Seiko Japan.”