King Seiko Unveils SJE095 with Intricate Chrysanthemum Dial

The horological realm just got a tad more stylish with the addition of the King Seiko SJE095 to the revered collection. This limited-edition masterpiece doesn’t just tell time; it’s a wearable work of art.

Back in 2020, Seiko teased us with a limited re-issue of its King Seiko collection. Fast forward to 2022, and they’re back with a bang. The SJE095 joins the ranks of the compact wonders SJE089 and SJE091, but it brings something new to the table – a dial that’s intricately patterned.


On its crisp white dial, a chrysanthemum pattern takes center stage. Not just any flower, mind you – the chrysanthemum is the national flower of Japan, radiating vibes of longevity and renewal. It’s like wearing a bit of good fortune on your wrist. This delicate pattern is inspired by the age-old art of “Edo Kiriko,” a form of traditional cut glass that adds a touch of history to your timekeeping.

Fashioned in a stainless steel case measuring 38.6mm, the SJE095 boasts applied indices and a matching handset, all harmonizing with a discreet date window at 3 o’clock. And, let’s not forget the King Seiko crest engraved at the heart of the caseback, flaunting your exclusivity as one of the proud owners of this limited-edition gem. The watch packs a punch under the hood too, running on the 6L35 caliber, promising 45 hours of power reserve and 5 bars of water resistance.


Mark your calendars for October, as that’s when this 600-piece limited edition will make its grand entrance. So, how much to bring this piece of art onto your wrist? Expect it to retail around £3,000 GBP (approximately $3,829 USD). For those who are all about timeless style with a cultural twist, Seiko’s official website is where you want to be.