G-Shock “Sakura Storm” Cherry Blossom Series

G-Shock Sakura Storm Cherry Blossom DW-5600TCB-1JR DW-6900TCB-4JR GA-100TCB-1AJR

In anticipation of the cherry blossom season in spring, G-Shock Japan is releasing the Sakura Storm series in January 2019. The series includes two classic digital models (DW-5600TCB-1JR, DW-6900TCB-4JR) and one classic analog-digital model (GA-100TCB-1AJR). The common theme is the color pink representing cherry blossom flowers (a.k.a. sakura flowers) with each watch featuring various shades of pink like the flowers. The watches have a special marking depicting a single cherry blossom petal in unique locations. The exclusive packaging includes a black box with a pink G-Shock logo and a pink tin case. These models have the “JR” suffix which usually denotes a limited edition but limited status was not mentioned in the listing. A release outside Japan is not yet confirmed and any updates will be posted here as usual.

(Also for January 2019 in Japan and Asia is the GX-56SLG-1JR/GX-56SLG-1 which is part of the Seven Lucky Gods Series.)

Update: The DW-5600TCB-1, DW-6900TCB-4, and GA-100TCB-1A are also January 2019 released in the rest of Asia.

G-Shock Sakura Storm Cherry Blossom Box and Case

G-Shock DW-5600TCB-1

Matte black bezel and bands with a gradated pink face. List price ¥13,000 JPY.

G-Shock DW-5600TCB-1JR

DW-5600TCB-1JR on eBay

DW-5600TCB-1 Sakura Cherry Blossom Petal

G-Shock DW-6900TCB-4

Matte pink bezel and bands with a white face and red accents. List price ¥13,000 JPY.

G-Shock DW-6900TCB-4JR

DW-6900TCB-4JR on eBay

G-Shock DW-6900TCB-4 Sakura Cherry Blossom Petal

G-Shock GA-100TCB-1A

Matte black bezel and bands with a metallic pink face and pink and white hands. The face has a camo-like pattern which appears to depict cherry blossoms. List price ¥17,000 JPY.

G-Shock GA-100TCB-1A

GA-100TCB-1AJR on eBay

Source: g-shock.jp

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