Presenting Charming Seiko Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition Replica Watch
Hokusai's series of woodblock prints "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji," particularly "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" inspired the Seiko Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition replica watch. This is most obviously reflected the dial design as well as the fact that fugaku is another word for Mt. Fuji in Japan.
Kiyoshi Terui worked as the engraver, and the wave is done in yellow and white gold and ranges from 1.6mm at its thickest to 0.5mm at its thinnest. On the case back is the same wave, and you can also see Mt. Fuji engraved on the balance wheel bridge. The surfaces are then all lacquered by Isshu Tamura, a world-renowned Kaga lacquer artist.
Finally, Nobuhiro Kosugi, the first watch designer to be recognized as a Master Craftsman, assembles the case. The Seiko Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition replica watch case is 43.1mm wide and 8.8mm thick, made of platinum 950, 18k white gold, 18k yellow gold, and 48 sapphires. The dial is made with 18k white gold, 18k yellow gold, Urushi lacquer, mother of pearl, and yakogai. Certainly not a swimming piece, but the Seiko Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition replica watch case is water resistant to 30m. On the crocodile strap you'll find a Platinum 950 three-fold clasp with a push button release.
Now, after 135 years, Seiko presents the Seiko Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition replica watch with Hokusai-inspired engravings. Seiko Mens Replica is analogous to Hokusai in this regard when it comes to watchmaking.