[November 10, 2016—Tokyo, Japan] Jaquet Droz announced that the brand’s boutique in Nicolas G. Hayek Center has been renovated and has reopened .
Today, Jacques Drosin invites guests to its renovated brand space to explore its masterpieces of watches and clocks. Mr. Marc Aellen, Jacodro’s global vice president and sales director, and the president of Swatch Group Japan, and Christophe Savioz, the representative director, attended the opening ceremony and were invited to Boutique opening ribbon cutting. To celebrate this event, many guests and VIP reporters were invited to participate in two extraordinary evenings on November 10th and 11th to explore the wonderful world of Jacques Droe. On the occasion of the opening ceremony, Jacques Delo specially arranged an artist in the art workshop to show the public the exquisite miniature painting process of the dial.
Nicholas Hayek Center is the temple of high-end watches in Tokyo, located in the heart of Ginza’s high-end business district that combines tradition and innovation. The exterior wall of this building is covered with green plants and extends from the roof to the ground, forming a sharp contrast with the surrounding buildings. There are seven major Breguet, Blancpain, Glashütte Original, Jaquet Droz, Omega, Longines and Swatch Brand boutique. The hydraulic elevator leads visitors directly from the ground floor to the exclusive exhibition halls of each brand. The building also has a three-story after-sales service area.
The boutique area is 60 square meters, and the two brands coexist harmoniously: the Jacques Dro area on the left, the simple design style blends black, gray and silver; the Glashudi area on the right, dark oak and beige enamel Combined to create an elegant and open environment. Each brand adopts an elegant minimalist style, creating a warm, friendly and homely atmosphere.
Founded in 1738, Jacques Dro has unremittingly inherited the pioneering spirit and legendary history of the brand’s founders for three centuries, and has introduced ingenious series of works with superb craftsmanship. Veteran connoisseurs are amazed by the automatic doll models and the limited edition works of the brand art workshop. In a refined and elegant environment, customers can appreciate the brand’s series of works, and enjoy meticulous and thoughtful unique services. Jacques de Lo provides personalized dial customization services to demanding customers, paying tribute to the brand’s long-established art workshop tradition.
The Meteorite Date Grand Second Hand (Grande Seconde Quantième Meteorite) will also be displayed in the shop, symbolizing the development of the brand in Japan. This unique Meteorite watch will live up to expectations and meet the expectations of those who wish to combine superb watchmaking with the infinite possibilities of the mysterious universe.
Address: Nicholas Hayek Center, 7-9-18 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-8188
Opening hours: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm (Monday to Saturday); 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (Sunday and public holidays)