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Vacheron Constantin - Opening of the Ginza boutique

Vacheron Constantin Opening of the Ginza boutique

Vacheron Constantin has just celebrated the grand opening of its first boutique in Japan, in Tokyo’s Ginza district.

To celebrate this special occasion, an exclusive reception was hosted to welcome distinguished guests with the opportunity to step into the two-floor boutique for the first time. Dedicated to technical and aesthetical Haute Horlogerie and decorated with a luxurious interior design in harmony with the brand codes, the entire range of the Vacheron Constantin collection including the three exclusive Ginza Boutique limited-edition timepieces was showcased.

An in-house watchmaker is stationed to offer onsite after-sales service. Vacheron Constantin's bespoke service Atelier Cabinotiers will be provided to entirely customize one-of-a-kind timepiece.

The guests were then transferred to a mysterious dinner venue and came to a surprising halt to discover themselves in front of the beautiful Zojoji Temple, located in the heart of Tokyo. A transparent tent house was built in front of the illuminated main temple, within reach of the lit-up Tokyo Tower and skyscrapers.


Vacheron Constantin Ginza Boutique, Japan

To celebrate the opening of Ginza boutique, 20 timepieces are exhibited for public on the second floor until January 12th, 2015. The collection belongs to the Vacheron Constantin heritage collection in Geneva and some of the pieces have arrived in Japan for the first time. The exhibition includes one of the very first timepiece produced by the Maison as well as Tour de l’I^le Grande Complication wristwatch, which was created to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Manufacture.

Vacheron Constantin Ginza Boutique
7-8-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Open hours: Mon – Fri 12pm – 8pm, Sat 11am – 8pm, Sun & Hol 11am – 7pm


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