In August, 2020, Hajime Asaoka began talking about a Chrono Tokyo version of the Chronograph 1. This would be the final product of the Chrono Tokyo brand, which was retired in January 2021.
Chrono Tokyo Automatic Chronograph, Ref. CH001K
Chrono Tokyo Automatic Chronograph: Black CH001K and White CH002W
The Chrono Tokyo Automatic Chronograph was essentially identical to the Kurono Tokyo Chronograph 1, which was introduced in April. It included the same dial design and colors and the same functions and hands. The only notable differences were in branding: The “CHRONO” logo on the dial and the caseback. Two references were released, white-on-black and black-on-white. Curiously, the reference numbers, CH001K and CH002W, respectively, include a different digit. But the models were designed, released, and shipped together.
For Japan Domestic Market (JDM) ONLY and limited to 50 pieces.
Due to the brand "Chrono Tokyo" is retired and much limited in production, it's often regarded as much rarer and more collectible to collectors.
Japan-made mechanical automatic movement
(CHRONOGRAPH CALIBER NE86A)
316L high-polished 38mm stainless steel case
Case diameter: 38mm
Thickness: 13.9mm incl sapphire
Power reserve: 45 hours, self-winding
Complications: Chronograph, date window
Jewels: 34 rubies
Glass: High-curvature sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 3 ATM
Strap widths (mm): 20/16
Made in Japan