Tokyoflash’s cryp...

Tokyoflash, maker of highly conceptual, anything-but-your-average-wristwatch products like the Kisai OTO and the Kisai Maru, is outing its latest device: the Kisai X. Like many of the company’s timepieces, the X is the result of fan submissions. In this case, it was co-designed by...

Tokyoflash goes all ...

Here’s a timepiece that was acceptable in the ’80s. This week, Tokyoflash is channeling Elite, Tron and Tempest to create the Kisai Space Digits. Like its difficult-to-read brethren, it’s available in steel, gold or black and comes with a date, alarm, EL backlight and, most...


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Tokyoflash mixes time a...

This week’s Tokyoflash watch will certainly tickle the fancy of those who sleep with a set square beneath their pillow. The Kisai Polygon has a ring of triangles representing the hours and the nearest 10 minutes, with the individual minute being shown as a single digit through the...

Tokyoflash launches the...

It’s that time of the week when Tokyoflash launches another one of its charming, barely-decipherable timepieces. Except, this time out, the face is eminently readable — with the only baffling addition a ring that joins the minute and hour hands. While it’s available in...

Tokyoflash hides the ti...

Want a watch that prevents passers-by from checking the time on your dime? Buy a Tokyoflash. The company’s latest timepiece is the Kisai Maze, which hides the info in the negative space of a maze that’s only readable with some practice. Available in stainless steel or IP Black,...