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Vacheron Constantin - First Japan Boutique in Tokyo

Vacheron Constantin First Japan Boutique in Tokyo

In December, Vacheron Constantin will open its first Boutique in Japan.

The boutique will be located on the main Chuo street in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo. The world-renowned district, offering the most luxurious shopping experience with high-end international boutiques and upscale department stores, is the perfect place for Vacheron Constantin to offer its high level of sophistication and commitment.

With more than 140 square meters, the two floors will be dedicated to horological passion to welcome watch enthusiasts, collectors, and connoisseurs. Every aspect of pure comfort, sophistication, and luxury is attended in elegant architectural interiors and decorative details, which incorporate both traditional and contemporary elements that reflect the Maison’s spirit. An in-house watchmaker will offer onsite after-sales service.

This first Boutique in Japan will offer the entire range of collections including exclusive Boutique-only models from exceptional high-complication and limited-edition models to regular simple models. Moreover, the Ateliers Cabinotiers will be proposed for clients to entirely customize his or her one-of-a-kind timepiece through collaboration with the Maison.

Three exclusive limited-editions will be launched: Traditionnelle 14-day tourbillon, Traditionnelle, and Overseas Dual Time, to celebrate the opening of this first Boutique in Japan.




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An exploration of the history of Vacheron Constantin is a voyage of discovery, revealing the excellence of age-old watchmaking. Each timepiece is the result of the creative inspiration of the watchmaker or craftsman, dedicating their knowhow to the birth of outstanding watches. The Manufacture also works within a social and environmental code of ethics, and has had Responsible Jewellery Council certification since 2012.

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