Museum Overview
Museum Overview
How to Make Reservations
How to Make Reservations
Our Collection
Our Collection
Floor Guide
Floor Guide
Hours Information
Hours Information
Trivia Facts
Trivia Facts
GLAMOUR and PRECISION
GLAMOUR and PRECISION
The Sports Timing Experience Zone
The Sports Timing Experience Zone

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  • Authorization as “Japan's Mechanical Engineering Heritage 2014”
    The following 3 watches were certified as “Mechanical Engineering Heritage 2014” by The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.
    Laurel
    Grand Seiko(First Generation)
    Seiko Quartz Astron
  • Special Exhibits
    From June 10th 2014 to March 29th 2015, we present a special exibition entitled “Glamour and Precision”, in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Credor brand and the 50th anniversary of Japan's first chronograph watch, on the second floor.
    Details here.
  • The Sports Timing Experience Zone
    We have expanded the Sports Timing Experience Zone
  • Special Exhibits
    We postpone the exhibits of “To All People”, and “One Step Ahead of the Rest” will be continued till March 30, 2014.
  • “100 years of Seiko watch making”
    1st Period “One Step Ahead of the Rest”
  • “Out of KidZania in Sumida” Notification
    We will be holding “Out of KidZania: Learning about the Work of Watchmakers and Making Watches” in Sumida in March

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Transportation

  • - From Higashimukojima Sta. of Tobu Skytree Line: 8 min. walk
  • - From Hikifune Sta. of Toei Asakusa (or Keisei) Line: 15 min. walk/7 min. by bus (from bus stop "Meiji-Dori" to "Shirahigebashi-Higashi")
  • - From Minowa Sta. of Tokyo-Metro Hibiya Line: 7 min. by bus (from bus stop "Minowa-2 chome" to "Shirahigebashi-Higashi")
  • - From Kameido Sta. of JR-Sobu Line: 15 min. by bus (from bus stop "Kameido" to "Shirahigebashi-Higashi")

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