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Check Out a Famous Watch Shop in Tokyo! Here are the Top 5 Recommendations!

In Tokyo's Nakano Ward is a luxury brand watch specialty shop called Kame-Kichi. It enjoys a good reputation as a place where popular brands of watches, such as Rolex and Cartier, can be purchased more cheaply than elsewhere. With a regular lineup of about 3,000 timepieces, this shop is top-class. Feel secure knowing that you can consult with foreign staff members when making purchases. This article will introduce 5 wristwatches recommended by Kame-Kichi's knowledgeable staff!

KAME-KICHI, a Watch Specialty Store – “Now Even More Convenient for Overseas and Domestic Customers Alike! Great Deals!!”

“KAME-KICHI,” a famous brand-watch specialty store located in Nagano, Tokyo, sells watches from popular brands like Rolex and Cartier at a better price than you’ll find anywhere else. They stock over 3,000 watches, including both men’s and ladies’ designs, new designs, and pre-owned items, between the storefront, the nearby main store, and their warehouse.

Why You Should Buy a Luxury Brand Watch in Japan!  Introducing a Highly Recommended Tokyo Shop Selling State-of-the-Art Watches

It starts to become a common trend for people to purchase various luxury watches to match with their different outfits. Nowadays, in particular gentlemen who foster a classy lifestyle, have a thriving standard towards selection of watches. To them, a perfect choice of watch not only serves as its physical function, but also allows them to unveil their personal taste and style.

Great-value shopping in Ginza!  “LOTTE DUTY FREE GINZA” with wide varieties of duty-free items.

“TOKYU PLAZA GINZA”; a commercial building 1 minute walk from Tokyo Ginza station. On the 8th and 9th floors of the TOKYU PLAZA GINZA, there is “LOTTE DUTY FREE GINZA”. Unlike ordinary tax free shops in town that only exempt consumption tax, at this store, you will be also exempted from paying customs duties, tobacco tax as well as liquor tax. The Ginza store is actually the largest duty free store in Tokyo with the largest square meter space (approximately 4,400㎡)