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Introduction of this section
The SEIKO clocks corner displays many historical clocks from the beginning of the Seikosha to the present day. In 1892, Seikosha started production of wall clocks, and was soon able to make all components in house. This vertically integrated production method contributed greatly to the stability of quality, delivery and cost, helping Seikosha to became the largest producers of wall clocks in Japan in a little over six years.
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Eight-Day Wall Clock

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Seikosha's first product
With the ambition that his company should become a fully autonomous manufcturer, Kintaro convinced a gifted engineer, Tsuruhiko Yoshikawa to join him. Kintaro set up the Seikosha factory in 1892. The name 'Seikosha' means 'the house of precision'. Within two months of the factory opening, the first Eight-Day winding Wall clock was successfully produced. After that, convinced that “customers always favor quality products,” the Seikosha factory specialized in quality-centered, customer-centered manufacturing.

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