Japan is one of the nations known for its high-end and up-to-date technology. Although, not at par with Switzerland in this area, Japan still stands out in watchmaking technology. In fact, the world’s first quartz watch was invented in the country by Seiko Watch Corporation.
Thus, when looking for an excellent timepiece, you will never go wrong with Japanese branded ones. There is a wide variety of options under this category, so let us help you choose the best ones. Here are our top recommendations:
Who would not want a G-Shock? Casio has definitely captured the market with this watch model. The G-Shock GA 100 Military Collection is designed with a revolutionary extra-large case design at 55 x 51.2 x 16.9 size. The military concept of this watch is highlighted in its colors, which resembles an army uniform.
This stainless-steel Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium watch comes with a blue sunray main dial and three sub dials that displays lapsed seconds, minutes, and hours. It is versatile whether you wear it in a casual attire or at a sporting event. It is suitable for swimming and snorkeling as it has a waterproof feature for up to 100m.
The Orient Monarch Mechanical Hand Wind watch comes in a leather bracelet and a gold dial which makes you look extra dapper or classy on a casual day. Yet, it is also something you can use on and underwater for up to 50m. It is a classic one with hand-winded dials, but do not think of it any less as it can run without winding for about two days.
This another military inspired timepiece has a daintier look than the G-Shock GA 100. This Seiko 5 is made from stainless-steel and has a green canvas strap that makes it less rugged than most men’s watches. Built with an automatic movement with a classic analog display, it surely is a great everyday watch.
The last one on the list is the Orient Bambino 2nd Gen on its third version. This watch is made with domed mineral crystal and also a domed dial in an automatic movement. It is good for long term continuous use as it can store power for up to 40 hours