Modern art from Europe that displays the time in text
“IT IS HALF PAST SEVEN” (current time is 7:30). Modern art "QLOCK TWO" that displays the time in sentences. Takashimaya Watch Maison Clock to Fair will be held in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. This is a valuable opportunity to have watches, desk clocks, and wall clocks, including new ones in 2020.
Clock to Fair <br /> Takashimaya Watch Maison Tokyo Nihonbashi 1st floor
[Place] 3-1-8 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
[Date] September 9th (Wednesday) to 22nd (Tuesday / holiday), 2020
* Closed at 7:00 pm on the last day.
QLOCKTWO, a modern art that displays the time in sentences
“IT IS HALF PAST SEVEN” (Current time is 7:30)
QLOCKTWO is a clock with a revolutionary time display born in Germany that expresses time by sentences instead of hands and numbers. A display like typography connects the current time with the word and displays "IT IS HALF PAST SEVEN" (the current time is 7:30). Received high praise from watch lovers in Europe and won more than 30 design awards including Red Dot Design Award, iF Product Design Award and ADC Europe Gold Award to provide an elegant and modern lifestyle. It is also popular as modern art.
For example, in France, it is exhibited and sold at the world's oldest department store "Bon Marché" and the famous select shop "Colette" in Paris, which was regrettably closed, creating a Parisian "elegant and modern lifestyle". It is preferred as an item to do.
Takashimaya Watch Maison Tokyo / Nihonbashi
Takashimaya Watch Maison Tokyo Nihonbashi, which opened in 2015, is a 5-minute walk from the north exit of Tokyo Yaesu, making it a spot where watch fans from all over Japan gather. We have a large number of watch brands, from the world's top brands to watch brands that are rare in Japan.
Takashimaya Watch Maison Tokyo / Nihonbashi 〒103-0027
3-1-8 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Business hours 10: 30-19: 30
Clock Two Japan Exclusive Agency Swiss Prime Brands Co., Ltd. 〒104-0061
1-16-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Ginza Daiei Building 5th floor