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    Seiko / Casio Japan Osaka/Tokyo/Fukukoka

    Hi guys,

    Anyone know of any good second hand or even first hand stores that have a good variety of seiko/casio watches? Preferably looking to pick up some good condition older models in Osaka/Fukuoka or Tokyo.

    Any stores and addresses would be much appreciated!

    Thanks!

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    Re: Seiko / Casio Japan Osaka/Tokyo/Fukukoka

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    Re: Seiko / Casio Japan Osaka/Tokyo/Fukukoka

    Quote Originally Posted by Fetch View Post
    Hi guys,

    Anyone know of any good second hand or even first hand stores that have a good variety of seiko/casio watches? Preferably looking to pick up some good condition older models in Osaka/Fukuoka or Tokyo.

    Any stores and addresses would be much appreciated!

    Thanks!
    It is over 20 years since I have been to Japan, great, or was a great Country to visit and go shopping in. BUT, you will need a local language speaker/guide in my opinion, the local shopkeepers did not negotiate in the same way that we Westerners are used to. In fact our "bargaining" ways can be, or were quite offensive to them.

    But I can recall that I had a great time in the local technology area in Tokyo, where the hell it was I can't remember except to say that it was a bit crowded! From what I understand it is still worth a visit, but get somebody local to go with! I was dead lucky in that I had a Japanese Colleague who worked for the same company, who took me around in the same way that I took him for a Pint and a Football Match in London and I bought some great camera bargains, and had a fantastic time. But without my guide I would have been, well a bit like a Japanese Man trying to buy a pint and use the London Under Ground to get to a Chelsea Football Match

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    Jim
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