Despite our ever-increasing dependence on technology and automation, watchmaking is still very much a handcraft, and it is always thrilling to see just how the human element can take all of the bare components and create something that any of us may one day wear on our wrist. With that in mind, today we are taking a look back to our 2015 tour of several Seiko locations in Japan. Seiko is a huge and complex company, but these are just a few of the places in which their watches become a reality.
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