SEIKO, CITIZEN, CASIO, and more – Japan has numerous highly-coveted watch brands that are loved all over the world. Combining both beauty and functionality, Japanese watches are also great souvenirs or presents for travelers visiting Japan. Using it every day, you’ll be reminded of your trip to Japan with each check of the time!

Here, we’ll introduce ten recommended watch shops in popular Tokyo districts like Shinjuku, Ginza, Nakano, and more!

1. JACKROAD: Over 6,000 Fantastic Watches!

JACKROAD is a store specializing in men’s watches with a strong reputation and many fans built up over its long history. It is located on the third floor of Nakano Broadway, one of Tokyo’s subculture hubs. They have a stock of over 6,000 items always on sale, including the latest popular models, reasonably-priced used watches, and even rare vintage models. In addition to renowned overseas brands, they have plenty of Japanese watches from SEIKO, CITIZEN, and more.

Their carefully-selected assortment is layed out throughout the store, which has an elegant, relaxed atmosphere. Even just popping in to view their stunning collection is worth going out of the way for!

Being a hotspot for passionate watch enthusiasts and overseas buyers, they have staff who can speak English, Chinese, Korean, German, Thai, and more. This makes it an excellent option for those coming to Japan for the first time!

JACKROAD
Broadway building 3F, 5-52-15, Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo
Nakano
03-3386-9399

2. TiCTAC: A Select-Shop For True Watch Fans (Tokyo Solamachi/Ikebukuro PARCO)

Tokyo Solamachi Store

TiCTAC is a select shop stocking all kinds of Japanese watch brands like the ever-popular SEIKO, CITIZEN, and CASIO, along with the latest international models, including genuine mechanical watches. Being a specialist store, they also boast original watches designed by their own professional staff, plus pair sets for delightful anniversary gifts. This is a surefire for those on the hunt for stylish ladies’ watches, too!

Ikebukuro PARCO store

Their main store is on the fourth floor of Ikebukuro PARCO, which hosts a wide range of fashionable stores and brands. There is also an outlet on the third floor of Tokyo Solamachi, which is at the foot of Tokyo Skytree, one of Japan’s most iconic tourist attractions, making it easy to drop by while sightseeing. They also have stores in several major Tokyo districts, like Shinjuku, Kinshi, Kichijoji, and more, offering superb convenience. English-speaking staff are available, and major international credit cards are accepted.

TiCTAC Ikebukuro PARCO Store
Ikebukuro PARCO Main Building 4F, 1-28-2, Minamiikebukuro, Tokyo
Ikebukuro
03-5391-8376
TiCTAC Tokyo Solamachi Store
The Tokyo Skytree town Solamachi 3F, Tokyo 1-1-2, Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Oshiage “SKYTREE”
03-5610-3098

3. TORQUE: A Chic Watch Store Directly Connected to Shinjuku Station (Shinjuku LUMINE EST)

TORQUE is a new watch shop managed by TiCTAC aimed at 20-30-year-olds under the keywords of “trend” and “only one item.” Rows of transparent aquarium-like showcases hold watches from Japan…

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