Hirota Masayuki

Chronos Japan, Nikkei Magazine, Genroq, GQ Japan, OCEANS, Goods Press, Nikkei Momentum

COUNTRY

Japan

ABOUT

Q1: How did you become a watch expert?
A1: Now watch geek gets a funny job.

Q2: What career steps did you take, to get where you are today?
A2: When I was 12 years old, Vintage Patek arise interest to watches. I worked as a business person after graduating university but cannot stop affection to watches, so I started my job from 2004. Now I’m working as a main contributor of Chronos Japan.

Q3: Why did you join the Watchstars Jury?
A3: Mr. Brunner and Wanka invited me to join. Great honor of me…

Q4: Tell us your personal “watch-story”
A4: I’m crazy for IWC Ref.810 with Caliber 89. I bought at least nine pieces including relatively rare “Zwyro” and still keeping a one.

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Hirota Masayuki

Chronos Japan, Nikkei Magazine, Genroq, GQ Japan, OCEANS, Goods Press, Nikkei Momentum

COUNTRY

Japan

ABOUT

Q1: How did you become a watch expert?
A1: Now watch geek gets a funny job.

Q2: What career steps did you take, to get where you are today?
A2: When I was 12 years old, Vintage Patek arise interest to watches. I worked as a business person after graduating university but cannot stop affection to watches, so I started my job from 2004. Now I’m working as a main contributor of Chronos Japan.

Q3: Why did you join the Watchstars Jury?
A3: Mr. Brunner and Wanka invited me to join. Great honor of me…

Q4: Tell us your personal “watch-story”
A4: I’m crazy for IWC Ref.810 with Caliber 89. I bought at least nine pieces including relatively rare “Zwyro” and still keeping a one.