Now comes the main highlight, the white glossy textured dial is where Seiko's link of their prowness in combining watchmaking with its tradition and culture. The dial has ribbing patterns that reflects the depth of a traditional japanese rock garden (known as zen garden); Karesansui.
A brief elaboration of Karesansui, it is Japanese's rock gardens existed since early 794AD, where it consist a natural landscape arrangements of rocks and water features and bushes. The main jizz of them is having a special flooring design that uses gravel or sand that is raked to represent ripples in water.
The Karesansui dial is intricate; one can easily spend hours looking at the watch to admire the intricate details that Seiko has put into this excellent dress watch.