Monday – Wednesday: 10am-6pm
Address 27 Palmer Square West, Princeton, NJ, USA
Miya is a third-generation family owned small business, importing Japanese tableware and gifts since 1947. As a family business, we have always cherished warm gatherings of family and friends, but it seems more meaningful now. Taking the time to share stories, food, and love is invaluable — whether it is over a home cooked gourmet meal, takeout from your local restaurant, or even a quick bowl of cereal. Every meal or snack should still be enjoyed to the fullest, and that includes your bowls and plates. After all, food is the ultimate expression of love, so why not use tableware that you love too?
Our flagship store, Miya Table & Home in Palmer Square, offers accessible Japanese design for all stages of life.
Beautiful. Simple. Fun.
In 1947, Chosuke Miyahira incorporated his flower shop on 28th Street in New York City and founded Miya Company (pronounced MEE-Ya). Over the years, this little mom & pop operation evolved into the premier boutique importer of Japanese tableware and lifestyle goods in North America. Now, a third-generation family business headquartered in NJ, MIYA continues to bring the best of Japan home so you can too.
We had always hoped to open a flagship store for MIYA. After living in Princeton for a couple of years, we realized this was it. The charming storefronts in town, the cosmopolitan yet family-oriented community, and the draw of a very short commute all helped make Miya Table & Home happen. It’s true what they say, when you shop local, you are helping someone realize their dream.
As a family business, we have always cherished warm gatherings of family and friends. Whether it is takeout from your local restaurant, home cooked comfort food, or even a quick bowl of cereal before your next zoom call, every meal or snack should be enjoyed to the fullest. Good food is the ultimate expression of love and nourishment, so why not use tableware that you love too?
Beautiful. Simple. Fun. That’s Miya.
(pictured: Owners, Bob Matsukawa & Heidi Moon)
Statement On Sanitation
In light of the CDC’s recommendations to mask up indoors due to Mercer County’s substantial level of coronavirus transmission, we are asking again that everyone wear a mask in our shop, whether you are fully vaccinated or not.
Be safe. Help keep everyone safe.
Thank you for your cooperation!