Distribution of stylish gifts this weekend

Montres G Shock

© Makima Kioa

Here is the meeting which will melt the stylish Parisiennes, the addicts of Japan and new-stalgic from their high school years.

See you in the Marais , at the heart of the brilliant G-SHOCK boutique which celebrates its collaboration with the Japanese artist Toshikazu Nozaka who signs 7 insane Lucky Gods watches ...

Like a mini Japanese festival

Save the date: Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fans of unique experiences, street art and exclusive objects will love it!

Starting with the fresco by street artist Priska , who comes to ensure a performance and tag the shop window just for the weekend. The curiosity to instagram absolutely!

The other kiff: the possibility of being offered an arty tote-bag in a limited series by the watch label. It remains to choose the screen printing of Priska that you want to have tattooed on her fabric bag.

The must ? In case of a little hunger, G-SHOCK also offers a snack… Delicious dorayaki , the incredible Japanese pancakes filled with red bean cream, ultimately foodporn . Too good.

An exclusive desirable collab

Montre de la collaboration G-Shock x Toshikazu Nozaka

It is the excluded that will literally melt fans of the iconic watch. This accessory, a real obsession for fashionistas and geekettes of the 2000s , is making a hyper-noticed comeback.

It must be said that the new furiously street culture capsule , designed in collaboration with the Japanese artist and ex- skateboarder Toshikazu Nozaka , has something to melt us away.

The specificity of the “ 7 lucky Gods ”? On each model in the collection (from € 119), there is a happiness deity , taken from Japanese mythology , also known as “ Shichifukujin patterns ”. Each icon will be present on a “ happily designed ” case. This is the mantra!

Exclusive collection, performance, tote bag and dorayaki offered, Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Where to find it?


5, Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie

75004 Paris

01 80 49 07 50


Saint-paul (le Marais) Saint-paul (le Marais)

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