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Tokyo Film Festival Star Seiko Astron Satellite Solar Power Watch

On October 31st, the 27th Tokyo Film Festival Awards Ceremony closed. ‘Heaven Knows What’ co-produced by the United States and France won the highest honor Golden Kirin Award (Tokyo Cherry Blossom Award).

Seiko President Shinji Hattori and Golden Kirin Award Winner Safdie Brothers

   As the main sponsor of the Tokyo International Film Festival, Shinji Hattori, the President of the brand, presented Seiko Astron GPS satellite-powered solar power watches to the film director Joshua Safdie and associate director Benny Safdie (this is also the world’s first satellite Positioning solar watch).

   The Tokyo Film Festival is the only category A competition-type international film festival in Japan that has been recognized by the International Film Producers Association. It was first held in 1985. It has just begun to be held every two years, and it has been held annually since 1992, from all over the world. Of movie enthusiasts come together to enjoy the latest films on display at the festival, discover new film talents, and share their unique insights on movies.

technical details

Number SSE007
Electromechanical movement
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds; date display; timekeeping function; world time
Case Material: Titanium; Diameter: 44.60 mm; Thickness: 13.30 mm; Waterproof Depth: 100 meters
Dial green
Table glass Sapphire crystal
Strap Stainless Steel
Buckle Type Folding