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The Japanese Art of Luxury Watches

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Member: 8,000JPY
Non-member: 12,000JPY
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For more than a century, Japan has been both a key market and a manufacturing powerhouse for the watch industry. It is both a very demanding and a mass market. Japan also holds global brands like Seiko, Casio; and independent, exciting newcomers like Naoya Hida or Hajime Asaoka.

What makes Japan tick? Can Japan’s importance both in size and quality last? Can domestic watchmakers, in the parlance of watch expert Pierre-Yves Donzé, migrate “from monozukuri to yumezukuri”, and level the “desirability” of their pieces with their mechanical value?

We have assembled 3 key speakers to freely navigate through Japan’s fascinating watch world. Vivian Morelli, a regular contributor for the New York times, is a Canadian journalist specialized in watchmaking and jewelry. She has been based in Tokyo for the last ten years. Homer Narvaez is the co-founder of the Tokyo Watch Club, a cosmopolitan group of passionate watch fans, working on his own watch brand. French businessman Serge Panczuk is a watch collector and writer, with a special focus on Japanese brands.

The 4th musketeer will be Alexandre Cusenier, a young French independent watchmaker who works almost entirely by hand. Alexandre will demonstrate his craft to us during this exceptional evening.

Last, we would like our audience to participate to the evening. Put on your best watch and join us at the French chamber of commerce on November 29, 6 pm.


<Time schedule>

17:45 - 18:00: Reception
18:00 - 19:15: Panel discussion
19:30 - 21:30: Cocktail



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