[Grand Seiko] SBGY003 - "Kagayaku"

"Kagayaku" is a Japanese term that means "to shine" or "to glitter". The word is often used to describe something that is bright, luminous or radiant, such as a star, a diamond or a person's smile. It can also be used metaphorically to describe something that is exceptional or outstanding. In Japanese culture, the concept of kagayaku is highly valued and is often associated with qualities such as beauty, purity, and goodness. The term is often used in poetry, literature, and music, and is a common theme in traditional Japanese art and aesthetics.

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Have never seen the SBGY003. It's stunning!

HotWatchChick69
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Have never seen the SBGY003. It's stunning!

It was an LE that was released when GS wasn't the recognized brand as it is today. ~

This is quite possibly the most beautiful GS that I have ever seen! 馃槏

TwiceTollingClock

This is quite possibly the most beautiful GS that I have ever seen! 馃槏

Thank you thank you, in the sea of Grand Seiko dials that are extraordinary, this one appeals to me as there is no hiding from imperfection. And here, the execution is stunning!

It's a GS cocktail time 馃嵏馃槏