Case: Silver Mirror Finish | 38mm
Strap: Black Sheepskin Leather | 18mm
The Sazaré SK01 is a watch suitable for the present that learned from the past and connects to the future .
Sazaré started with straightforward manufacturing and is particular about "made in Japan".
The crystal curves seamlessly into the case. The dial has a slight bulge along the curve, creating a simple yet charming face.
The back cover and crown have a slight bulge, and are finished in the same way as the case. When you touch the crown to set the time, the gentle curve of the polished metal fits in your hand.
The plump curve gently reflects the surrounding light.
Many watches have a hairline treatment on the back cover so that scratches during use are not noticeable, but this watch is shiny and polished.
The scratches on the back cover that have been in contact with the skin for a long time will mark the time spent with this watch.
When you hold it over the light, the surrounding scenery slides on the carefully polished mirror surface.
The brand name, specs, and your own serial number, are written only on the back.
The humbly arranged letters float and disappear depending on the amount of light.
316L Stainless Steel
5ATM Water Resistant
AR Coated Mineral Crystal
Case manufactured and assembled in Japan
About the Brand
[Noun] Abbreviation for "Sazareishi". A boulder made up of small stones.
[Morpheme] Attached above a noun, it means fine, small, slight, etc.
Sazare is a word that means "fine" and "fine stone".
"Sazare", appears in the national anthem of Japan in a scene in which
Sazare (small stones) take a long time of 1000 years and 8000 years to
accumulate and become Iwao (boulders), and moss grows on them. It has been written.
Japan's honest manufacturing appears in the details.
That by bringing these small things together with the creators, users, and many people into a watch, it will continuing for as long as moss grows.
That is our wish.
“The Beauty of Use.”
as a Contemporary Interpretation.
Time goes by every moment.
The future becomes the present and the past.
There are things that are born in one flow, things that change little by little, and things that disappear.
The clock is an icon of the flow.
Sazaré tried to make a watch suitable for the present to learn from the past and connect to the future .
We started with Japanese straightforward manufacturing and were particular about
"made in Japan".
A clock as a tool for measuring time, like a tool made by craftsmen .
Instead of simply eliminating the decoration, we learned the details cultivated in the long history of watches and aimed for simplicity as a current tool.