Nihombashi Mitsukoshi's Annual Watch Fair offers a platform for the world's best timepiece makers to show off their most outlandish or eye-catching creations, and this year is no exception.
Now in its 19th year, the fair started yesterday and is host to seriously impressive examples of watchmaking, but for Nintendo fans Romain Jerome's Super Mario Bros. watch is likely to be of most interest. We covered it back in 2015, and it's now getting a fresh airing.
Crafted from Titanium and limited to just 85 pieces, this is quite possibly the ultimate watch for a serious Mario fan. The cost to you? Mitsukoshi has advertised the timepiece at $27,000, while the official site claims its just over $16,000. Either way, you're going to have to sell that spare kidney.
Don't forget, there are always more reasonably-priced alternatives.