Here’s a big dump of photos from a trip to the Seiko museum in Ginza.
There is everything from the first clocks produced by Seikosha, to novelty clocks, to the early Grand Seikos (of which I’m a very big fan), to the quartz watches, kinetic Seikos of the 90s and of course spring drive.
There are also some pictures of some notable sports watches, the 64 Tokyo Olympic stopwatch set and other timers.
A great use of an hour of so. The museum itself is somewhat compact, spread across single rooms on several floors.