Seiko Group

Seiko Group is a Japanese corporate group consisting of three core companies Seiko Holdings Corp. (Seiko), Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) and Seiko Epson Corp (Epson).wikipedia
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Seiko

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Seiko Group is a Japanese corporate group consisting of three core companies Seiko Holdings Corp. (Seiko), Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) and Seiko Epson Corp (Epson).
Seiko Holdings is one of the three core companies of the Seiko Group.

Seiko Instruments

Seiko Instruments Inc.SII
Seiko Group is a Japanese corporate group consisting of three core companies Seiko Holdings Corp. (Seiko), Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) and Seiko Epson Corp (Epson).
It is one of three core companies of the Seiko Group.

Seiko Epson

EpsonSeiko Epson CorporationEpson America
Seiko Group is a Japanese corporate group consisting of three core companies Seiko Holdings Corp. (Seiko), Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) and Seiko Epson Corp (Epson).
It is one of three core companies of the Seiko Group, a name traditionally known for manufacturing Seiko timepieces since its founding.

Seikosha

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It was the root of the manufacturing companies of the Seiko Group.

Astron (wristwatch)

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The Astron was unveiled in Tokyo on December 25, 1969, after ten years of research and development at Suwa Seikosha (currently named Seiko Epson), a manufacturing company of Seiko Group.

Orient Watch

OrientOrient Watch Co., Ltd.Orient Watch Co. Ltd.
From 2001, it was a subsidiary of the corporation (one of three core companies of the Seiko Group) and became a wholly owned subsidiary in 2009 until the company was dissolved and its assets absorbed by its parent company.

Japan

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Seiko Group is a Japanese corporate group consisting of three core companies Seiko Holdings Corp. (Seiko), Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) and Seiko Epson Corp (Epson).

Wako (retailer)

WakoGinza WakoWako Co., Ltd.

Subsidiary

subsidiarieswholly owned subsidiarysubsidiary company

Electronics industry in Japan

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Major Japanese electronics companies include Akai, Brother, Canon, Casio, Citizen, Fujifilm, Fujitsu, Hitachi, JVC Kenwood, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Mitsubishi Electric, NEC, Nikon, Nintendo, Olympus, Panasonic, Pioneer, Ricoh, Seiko Group, Sharp Corporation, Sony, TDK, Toshiba and Yamaha.

EP-101

It was created out of development work that Shinshu Seiki did for the Seiko Group when they became the official time-keepers for the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games and needed a machine that could print out times they gathered from their time-pieces.