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        SeiyaJapan blog — Watch Hunting in Tokyo

        Seiya Recommended watch Hunting plan in Tokyo

        Seiya Recommended watch Hunting plan in Tokyo

         

        10:00-12:00 Seiko Museum (need to reserve)

        http://museum.seiko.co.jp/en/index.html

        To Meseum From Minowa(Hibiya Line) by Taxi (5 min,800 JPY)

        From Museum To Minowa(Hibiya line) by Taxi(5 min, 800 JPY)
        To Ueno by Subway (160 Yen)

        Ueno Area

        1.
        Vintage Japanese watch shops hunting! Mizutani, Syukou, Kikuya

        Mizutani
        http://www.ueno.com/S69247.html

         


        Syukou
        http://www.syuukou.com/


        Kikuya
        http://www.kikuyashoji.co.jp/

        Maruse
        http://www.ameyoko.net/shop/82


        2.
        Don' forget Takeya! (The most reasonable shop in Tokyo)
        http://www.takeya.co.jp/


        3.
        Visit a watch tool shops!
        http://www.igimi.co.jp/

         

        Take a walk to Akihabara (15min)

        Akihabara Area

        4.
        Yodobashi Camera Akihabara
        (The hugest watch shop in Japan)
        Yelp.com Yodobashi cameta Akihabara

         

        Ginza area

        5
        Ginza Wako.
        http://www.wako.co.jp/store_information/index_en.html

        6
        Cti watch (vintage Seiko & CItizen, Orient watch)
        http://cticorp.jp/?page_id=16

        7
        Lemon sha (Used watch)
        http://www.lemonsha.com/


        Don' forget your passport for Duty Free!

        -- Accomodation --

        Toco.
        http://backpackersjapan.co.jp/english/