The Zen Garden

It is the essence of aesthetic minimalism: addition through subtraction. The Zen Garden, also known as the Japanese Rock Garden or Dry Landscape, embraces the principles of Japanese aestheticism. The Karesansui style, for instance, uses only rocks and sand. Patterns are made in the sand to depict ripples and waves. This stems from a belief that the essence of water can be expressed more vividly through its absence. Closely associated with Zen Buddhism, many of the most famous Japanese rock gardens can be found in temples. In this serene setting, nature is simple and beauty is timeless.

The Ripples Of Time

Water-inspired ripples of the Zen Garden enhance the tranquil dial face of the Seiko Presage—available in harmonious white and peaceful black. Simple yet sublime, these dials create a graceful reminder that less is more.

SRPC79J1

Date display
Curved Sapphire Glass
Automatic with Manual winding
41 hour power reserve
23 Jewels
Deployment Clasp
€549.00

SRPD07J1

Date display

Curved Sapphire Glass

Automatic with Manual winding

41 hour power reserve

See Through Case Back

3 fold  Clasp

€679.00

SSA377J1

24 Hour Hand

Curved Sapphire Glass

Automatic with Manual winding

41 hour power reserve

24 Jewels

Deployment Clasp

€589.00