Japanese premium jeweller TASAKI has been renowned worldwide for its luxurious and fashionable jewellery creations made of diamonds, pearls and other precious metals. The house also offers luxury watches from its TASAKI TIMEPIECES collection.

TASAKI’s first luxury timepieces collection was launched in august 2015 in Tokyo. The inaugural line-up was comprised of eleven timepieces from three families: the ‘Odessa’ for both men and women and featuring an original stepped bezel; the modern, innovative ‘refined rebellion’ series, where TASAKI has applied its representative jewellery series designs to luxury timepieces; and the ‘serpentine’ series with its organic, sensual form shaped by snake-like curves that sinuously entwine the timepiece’s body.

TASAKI Odessa Tourbillon
TASAKI Odessa Tourbillon

A stand-out model in the ‘Odessa series is the ‘Odessa Tourbillon’. In August 2016, the house released 10 new TASAKI wristwatches – including six “Odessa Chronograph” models and the “Odessa Skeleton”, the first model in the collection with a skeleton design. New jewellery watches were also added to TASAKI’s “refined rebellion” series.

In 2018, TASAKI launched the “balance” luxury watch models. TASAKI “balance” is an iconic jewellery series whose fantastic popularity stems from minimalist, modern designs featuring pearls aligned upon straight bars of metal. Their inspiration is taken from balance balls.

The first batch of “balance” timepieces series featured 17 models: nine for men and eight for ladies. The sharp, clean bars appear on the timepieces’ lugs, while the finely balanced form creates harmony with the rounded casing. The timepieces, equipped with automatic movements, were developed in a partnership with Swiss manufacturer Vaucher.

In 2021, TASAKI introduced a new watch series in collaboration with Fiona Krüger, a Scottish-born designer based in Switzerland. She is the founder of Fiona Krüger Timepieces, the Swiss brand specialised in the production of skull watches. The “FIONA KRÜGER: TASAKI” collection is comprised of two models: Petit Skull and Chaos.


Founded by Shunsaku Tasaki in 1954, Tasaki is a prestigious Japanese Jewellery House.

Tasaki’s jewellery creations are inspired by Japan’s lush environment, seascape and the land’s spectacular culture. Their innovative experiments with pearls, diamonds, and sakura-gold, have transformed traditional ideals of beauty and fashion. Tasaki is being adored by customers all over the world who value quality and sustainability. The brand has revolutionised the whole approach to wearing pearls by creating new ways of using them in jewellery.

The brand has a design and manufacturing base in Kobe and a huge flagship shop in Ginza, Tokyo’s luxury neighbourhood. Tasaki is one of the world’s top producers of Akoya pearls. Also known as Japanese pearls, Akoya pearls are valued all around the world for their wonderful sheen. The company also cultivates South Sea Pearls, Tahitian pearls and Mabe pearls.

Tasaki’s pink Sakura Gold has a deeper red hue than regular pink gold. This outstanding gold’s colour stands out whether worn alone or in combination with other materials.

The notable jewellery collections from the House are balance (designed by Thakoon Panichgul), refined rebellion, danger, abstract star, Comet Plus, and Tasaki Atelier (designed by Prabal Gurung).

M/G Tasaki is a jewellery collection produced in exclusive collaboration with the renowned jewellery designer Melanie Georgacopoulos. TASAKI by MHT is collection born from a partnership between French jewellery designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac and TASAKI.

Tasaki’s jewellery collections can be experienced and purchased in their exclusive stores in Japan, Australia, Canada, China, France, China’s Hong Kong SAR, Korea, Monaco, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom and the United States.

Tasaki is also available in the United States at Barneys, New York and Dover Street Market in New York City, Ikram in Chicago, The Webster in Miami, and Capitol in North Carolina.

Website: https://www.tasaki-global.com