WatchRapper Ron posts about a Japanese watch shopping trip. Very informative.
On the same street as the Journe boutique is the Omega boutique, which I must admit was something of a let-down. A good selection of models, although perhaps not as impressive as I was hoping for, but after my experience with the Journe staff, going back to regular watch retail was a bit jarring. They had on show a platinum rattrapante chrono, which was impressive, a number of Museum Collection models (which I have never seen) as well as the new Broad Arrow GMT, which I have to say was incredibly thick with a very loud dial.
Watch Shopping in Tokyo [WatchRap General Watch Discussion Board]
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