Vacheron Constantin, the world’s oldest Haute Horlogerie manufacture with almost 260 years of uninterrupted history, celebrated the grand opening of its first boutique in Japan on the prestigious main street of Chuo-dori, situated in Tokyo’s Ginza district.
About the Boutique
This magnificent two-floor boutique is dedicated to technical and aesthetical Haute Horlogerie and decorated with a luxurious interior design in harmony with the brand codes, the entire range of the Vacheron Constantin collection including the three exclusive Ginza Boutique limited-edition timepieces was showcased. With more than 140 square meters, the two floors are filled with passion for watchmaking and its exquisite timepieces in elegant showcases welcomes watch enthusiasts and collectors, with the ground floor housing the boutique itself and the upper floor reserved for VIP. The sophisticated expressive and elegant interior design creates a warm, cozy atmosphere and aesthetic perfection. The classical beauty and contemporary feel represent the spirits of the brand. An in-house watchmaker is stationed to offer onsite after-sales service and will demonstrate extraordinary craftsmanship and tradition of aesthetic excellence. Their highly exception bespoke service Atelier Cabinotiers will be provided to entirely customize one-of-a-kind timepiece.
Exclusive Timepieces Dedicated to Ginza Boutique
To celebrate the Grand Opening of its first boutique in Japan, Vacheron Constantin presented 3 limited editions.
Traditionelle 14-day Tourbillon
3-piece limited edition
20-piece limited edition
Overseas Dual Time
100-piece limited edition
About Vacheron Constantin
Founded in 1755 in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaking manufacture in the world, with an uninterrupted activity almost 260 years. Founders of the very spirit of the precious and technical fine watch making, the men and the women of Vacheron Constantin continue to design, develop and produce exceptional timekeepers, remaining close to the three fundamentals of the brand: perfectly mastered technique, harmonious and inspired aesthetics and an extremely high level of finishing touches.
For more information visit http://www.vacheron-constantin.com
Vacheron Constantin Ginza Boutique
7-8-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Tel: 03-3569-1755