Watches Curated at Nihombashi Mitsukoshi, Three New Models for Spring 2018



We have been back and forth across the Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Watch Salon to canvas the varied opinions of our highly experienced team of stylists. Now we can introduce our picks for new models to look out for!

A New Stylish Design for OMEGA
OMEGA De Ville Trésor


Available in Japan and America in advance of its global launch we find the "De Ville". A new design with diamonds set in streamlined lines across its face and available in 2 sizes at 36mm and 39mm respectively. While on the large size the slim-line case makes it a beautifully sparkling addition to a women's wrist.

With quartz movement this is recommended as an easy everyday watch to slip on your wrist when popping out and can be paired easily with your day to day fashion.

A Special Model for the Japanese Market


BREITLING is known as a world leader in "watches built for professionals" balancing performance, reliability, and precision. Now we have a special model for the Japanese market finished with blue diamonds set along the bar index of the watch face that you won't find on other models in the AVENGER II series.

Elegant with a Sporty Twist
Jaeger-LeCoultre - Polaris Chronograph

209_04.jpgNew from the Polaris Collection is the Polaris Chronograph, a timepiece that communicates an adult assured playfulness.


*Products pictured are available in strictly limited numbers. Please understand that your chosen model may be unavailable on your visit.

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