Fujita Watch Craft Company
From Chinese Watch Industry Wiki
Fujita Watch Craft Company is a watch manufacturer established in 1985 in Jinjiang City, Fujian Province. Company activities include watch design, case manufacturing, watch accessory manufacturing, movement manufacturing, movement finishing and assembly and watch final assembly. Both quartz and mechanical watches are made. Some complete watches are produced under the Fujita brand name, but more are made for OEM clients.
Complete uncased movements are offered. Most are probably bought-in ebauches as they resemble designs known from other manufacturers e.g. tourbillon from Liaoning, open-heart from Shanghai and others from Golden Time and possibly Dixmont-Guangzhou. However there is one basic day/date automatic design, broadly similar to the Japanese Orient automatic, which seems to be proprietory to Fujita. This would make Fujita unique as a Chinese designer and manufacturer of complete mechanical movements with no past history as a Ministry for Light Industry enterprise.
Fujita has gained some notoriety for manufacturing watches which bear a strong resemblence to famous foreign watches (e.g. Seiko, Citizen, Rolex), even down the the inscriptions on the dial (apart from the brand). It has been claimed that they may be a direct source for fake Seiko watches, although the evidence is equivocal as to the company's direct involvement. It is equally likely that Fujita never fake a brand name, but by producing watches so similar to famous Japanese designs they provide a ready source of cheap parts for counterfeiters.
Commentary on Fujita's copy-cat designs