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Where to buy watches 2010/11/11 09:55
Where do I buy watches in Japan in terms of lowest cost? I am looking for Casio G-shock watches. Is it better to buy from the airport which is duty free but may have higher price, or in Tokyo like Akihabara?
by e90_m3 (guest)  

watches 2010/11/11 11:33
Watches are sold in subway stations too. You might even find a bazaar or something that has cheap watches.

Akihabara would definitely have more of a selection than the airport.

You might also want to check out a buy/sell used shop chain like "Daikokuya" which is like a pawn shop. Some stuff is in mint condition at a good price.

Other stores in Tokyo:
Tokyu Hands
Bic Camera
Yodobashi Camera
Yamada Denki
They all should have a decent selection of watches and the one you want might be among them.
by jmarkley rate this post as useful

seiko / citizen 2010/11/11 21:21
what about other brands like Seiko / citizen?

If possible i would like to buy a replacement bracelet band for my old seiko watch - it's more than 10 years old. Any suggestions as to the best way to go about this?
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