Hattori sentence example

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  • Kintaro Hattori opened a clock shop in Tokyo, Japan, and the rest is history.
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  • Hattori continued his watch legacy by producing pocket watches in 1895, followed by alarm clocks in 1899, and table and musical clocks in 1902.
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  • In Tokyo, in 1881, a Japanese man by the name of Kintaro Hattori opened a small clock shop named Seikosha.
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  • By 1982, Hattori had established a small workforce of ten employees, and began to expand his business.
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  • It was this time that Hattori began production on "Laurel", the first wristwatch ever produced in Japan.
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  • In 1881, Kintaro Hattori laid the groundwork for clock and watch making in all of Japan by opening his own shop named Seikosha.
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  • A little over a decade later, Hattori had amassed a small but effective workforce and together they began to expand his business.
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  • By 1913, after a steady, successful run of marketing all sorts of clocks, Hattori felt that it was time to focus on something new.
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  • The company was known as Kintaro Hattori of K.
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  • Hattori & Company, Ltd. The company began by producing wall clocks, then moved into producing alarm clocks, table clocks and clocks that played music.
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  • The Seiko story began in Tokyo, Japan in 1881 when a man named Kintaro Hattori first opened the doors of his clock and watchmaking shop, Seikosha.
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