A dial in the shape of a chrysanthemum pattern that has been loved since the Edo period and was the center of horticultural culture
This limited-edition model is inspired by the horticultural culture of Edo, which is similar to King Seiko’s manufacturing that was born in Kameido, Tokyo, and uses the chrysanthemum, a flower loved in Tokyo since the Edo period and a representative flower of the Japan, as the motif of the dial design. The pattern with finely crossed cutting lines is called “Kikutsunagi Mon” and is a traditional pattern that requires the most advanced skills among Edo kiriko. Based on this pattern, a beautiful white chrysanthemum is expressed with a white stamped dial.
Equipped with a thin automatic movement
The movement is equipped with the Calibre 6L35, the thinnest automatic movement in Seiko’s current model, and by improving the case structure and windshield, it is 0.2 mm thinner than the original model of the second-generation King Seiko “KSK”.