Greetings from Japan

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Greetings from Japan

Post by haseji » March 27th 2017, 1:48am

Hello to all the members!!

I found this forum in the twitter and saw so many posts from all over the world and decided to join it.
I was born and brought up in Japan and interested in the mechanical watches incl vintage and pocket watch.

I am very surprised and proud of Japan because not a few guys have Japanese watch like Seiko and Citizen and Orient Star...
In this forum I wanna know variety of world brand watches.

My watches;
- Waltham(Pocket watch) made in America
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- Lord Elgin made in America
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- Vacheron Constantin made in Swiss
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- Citizen Hiline made in Japan
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- Seiko Session made in Japan
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- Casio Lineage
- Guess
- Primus
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Post by bedlam » March 27th 2017, 3:24am

Welcome. Great group of watches you have there :-)
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Post by SaoGage » March 27th 2017, 6:46am

Welcome kind sir!

What a watch collection! That Citizen is just fantastic.

I can tell you that nearly every watch I own is Japanese and that I am continually enamored by the style, elegance, engineering, and pride that goes into Japanese watches and that one of these days I would love to travel there and learn about your culture.

One day!
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Post by MKTheVintageBloke » March 27th 2017, 6:50am

Well, hello there! Nice Vacheron Constantin- very 1970s.
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Post by Mortuus Fakeuus » March 27th 2017, 7:36am

Welcome, Haseji. Very glad you are here, sir! I collect mostly vintage pieces, and the stars of my collection are the older Seiko's and Citizen's I've been able to find and -- with the help of my irritable old Japanese watchmaker -- restore back to working order. I especially love my Citizen Auto Dater's, which use one of the most unusual movements ever made.

Again, Haseji, welcome to Watchlords; you are in the right place!
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Post by haseji » March 27th 2017, 7:41am

SaoGage wrote:Welcome kind sir!

What a watch collection! That Citizen is just fantastic.

I can tell you that nearly every watch I own is Japanese and that I am continually enamored by the style, elegance, engineering, and pride that goes into Japanese watches and that one of these days I would love to travel there and learn about your culture.

One day!

owesome.. if you want to travel or search for Japan, please let me know anytime. I feel very happy to hear this kind of opinion. thank you again!
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Post by haseji » March 27th 2017, 7:50am

MKTheVintageBloke wrote:Well, hello there! Nice Vacheron Constantin- very 1970s.

hello! this is very 1970s as you indicated!! I heard that my wife's father had ordered it from Japan to America with facsimile in those days. you seems to like vintage ones, so realized my Vacheron. deeply thank you!
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Post by haseji » March 27th 2017, 9:22am

Mortuus wrote:Welcome, Haseji. Very glad you are here, sir! I collect mostly vintage pieces, and the stars of my collection are the older Seiko's and Citizen's I've been able to find and -- with the help of my irritable old Japanese watchmaker -- restore back to working order. I especially love my Citizen Auto Dater's, which use one of the most unusual movements ever made.

Again, Haseji, welcome to Watchlords; you are in the right place!

very interesting story from Israel!! glad to talk to you!
can you communicate with the Japnese old watchmaker? if necessary, I can meet him and support you!
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