The Watch Salon at Mitsukoshi Nihombashi offers a variety of luxury timepiece brands from international favourites alongside home-grown Japanese watch labels and smaller artisanal watchmakers.
Investing in a fine timepiece is not something to be entered into lightly and the right watch will have a bond with the wearer, hopefully giving decades, even generations, of use. The gentle maintenance process of winding, for traditional mechanical models, performed over the years by the wearer, really does mean you put a part of yourself into your watch. No matter what the social situation is, your watch is likely to be the one part of your wardrobe that is consistent from day to day, and part of all the momentous moments that punctuate life. The Watch Salon at Mitsukoshi Nihombashi rises to all these challenges and is an oasis of composed calm and a treasure trove of models. Here, you can take the time required to select the perfect timepiece to find a home on your wrist for years to come.
The perfect timepiece
Visitors will find a staggering selection of brands that recall the original spirit of watchmaking, and a range that encompasses the whole gamut of international talent. Those looking for domestic Japanese designs will not be disappointed, with models from Seiko and Citizen, as well as smaller artisanal makers demonstrating Japan’s own ongoing contribution to watchmaking history. Many brands are given a space of their own, with some presenting their wares as if in an art gallery, befitting the quality and rarity of their work, with others guiding clients through their selection in a luxurious salon setting.
With your timepiece selected, clients can relax in the certain knowledge that the Watch Clinic team are on hand to maintain and even update your watch for as long as it has a home on your wrist. From basic repairs such as maintenance, sizing adjustments and battery replacements, right up to specialist consulting, the highly experienced team is on hand to help, and if you want to give an older piece a fresh lease of life, watch straps are available in precious metals, exotic leathers and even traditional Japanese materials such as tortoise shell that are increasingly hard to come by.
Top Japanese brands include:
Top international brands include:
A Lange & Söhne
Baume & Mercier
and many more
Location: Mitsukoshi Nihombashi main building sixth floor Watch Salon
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