Japanese watches are trendy among people around the world. There are several watch brands, which are significant players in the market.
Casio developed its first calculator in 1957, but it was not until 1974 with the release of the Casiotron that Casio entered the watchmaking market. Nowadays, the most popular line is G-Shock, but other lines as Edifice, Sheen, Pro Trek, Oceanus, Phys and Wave Ceptor gave you also excellent opportunity to collect it.
Japanese official website: casio.jp/wat/
Kintarō Hattori found the company in 1881. The first watch under brand name Seiko was made in 1924. In December 1969, Seiko produced the world's first commercial quartz wristwatch. Recent names of the collection are Astron, Prospex, Presage, Lukia, Brightz, Dolce&Exceline.
Japanese official website: www.seiko-watch.co.jp/collections/en/
The company was founded 100 years ago as Shokosha Watch Research Institute. The recent lines are Eco-Drive, Series 8, The Citizen, Exceed, Attesa, Promaster, Citizen L, xC and Kii:.
Japanese official website: citizen.jp/
Orient wristwatches are produced from 1950. The company manufactures all of its movements in-house in Japan. Today, it is a brand name of Seiko Epson Corporation. Main brands are Orient and Orient Star.
Japanese official website: www.orient-watch.jp/