Seiko Virtual tour of Seiko Museum Website
From the comfort of your own home, take a stroll through the Museum!
The Seiko Museum in central Tokyo showcases a wide variety of exhibits, from the very early Asian and European timepieces to remarkable 19th century Wadokei clocks and, of course, Seiko products from the foundation of the company in 1881 down to the present day. The Museum also has sports timing and measurement equipment, and several interactive exhibits.
The Seiko Museum Virtual Tour is now available here.
From the comfort of your own home, you can now take a stroll through every room at the Museum and enjoy the interactive 360 degree panorama and the explanations of the key exhibits. The program has English, Japanese and Chinese (simplified characters) versions and is available to visitors on PC's, tablets and smartphones.
If you are in Japan, the Seiko Museum is just 10 minutes taxi drive away from Asakusa, one of the major attractions in Tokyo.
The history of Seiko is a more than 130 year story of innovation. From the very start, Kintaro Hattori was determined to be at the forefront of the industry and his oft-repeated credo was that Seiko should be “Always one step ahead of the rest.”Find out more
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