news

Nama Ceramics at Nute’s Tableware Sale

Nama ceramics are at Nute’s Noodles for their Japanese Tableware Sale. Other artists include Nakagawara Ceramics and Noriko Kuwabara. Drinks, Okonomiyaki and tasty snacks for sale. Sunday, October 29 11am – 5pm   Nute’s Noodles 903 Cortland Avenue San Francisco, CA 94107 NutesNoodle.com  

Read More

Nama-Ya Featured at Hugomento in Dogpatch

Nama ceramics are on view and for sale at Hugomento, the newest gift shop in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. On display for the month of May!   Hugomento 807 22nd Street San Francisco, CA 94107 https://www.hugomento.com  

Read More

Happy New Year 2017

A Happy New Year from Nama-ya Ceramics!  陶器のなま屋を今年もよろしくお願いいたします!

Read More

Nama-ya Winter Sale #2 – Harvey Milk Center for the Arts

The Harvey Milk Center for the Arts is hosting their annual Holiday Craft Fair Sunday December 11, 11:00 – 5:00 The event will include numerous local artists offering their unique handmade holiday gifts for sale to the public. Our destination art center will also host family friendly activities for all ages and photo opportunities. Find…

Read More

Nama-ya Winter Sale #1 at Rintaro

Sunday, December 4 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Izakaya Rintaro 82 14th Street (at Folsom) Izakaya Rintaro will be hosting their annual staff and friends craft sale. Featuring some hand-made goods and collectables from participating members like Nama-ya Ceramics, Small Trade Company aprons, and Heavenly Soap Company and a selection of Japanese calligraphy, antique kimono and…

Read More

Bunkasai Cultural Festival and Bazaar at Rintaro

Sunday, November 8 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Izakaya Rintaro 82 14th Street (at Folsom) Arts & Craft Vendors Jewelry Ceramics Clothing/Fashion Totes Holiday Wreaths Photography Calligraphy Works of Art Food Vendors Onigiri Korokke & more Beer, Wine & Softdrinks

Read More

Saveur.com Features Nama Ceramics at Rintaro

Saveur.com just ran a photo essay on Sylvan Brackett’s new restaurant Izakaya Rintaro, complete with photos of Nama ceramics designed by Yuko. See the whole story at Saveur.com >> You can buy Nama ceramics at Rintaro, and some of the new 2015 line right here on Nama-ya.com! Photography: Nicole Franzen

Read More

Rintaro features Nama-ya ceramics

Rintaro, the newest creation of Sylvan Mishima Brackett, is a new izakaya in San Francisco. They have expertly prepared vegetable and chicken dishes, amazing gyoza, and a menu that changes regularly.   They also purchased a wide range of serving dishes from Nama-ya. You can see them in person, or better yet… you can buy Nama ceramics…

Read More

Join Nama-ya artist Yuko Sato at Open Studios 2014

Come to the Open Studios event at the Clay Underground and see the studios and great work of a dozen ceramic artists, all under one roof. Open Studios Weekend #2 Saturday October 25  & Sunday October 26 11am – 6pm Preview Party – Friday, October 24 6-9 pm   the Clay Underground 187 Eddy Street, San…

Read More

New Pie Dishes at Little Bee Baking

Nama has created some unique porcelain pie dishes for Little Bee Baking, a new shop in Bernal Heights, right on Courtland Avenue. Limited edition available at the bakery–get ’em while you can. Little Bee Baking, started in 2013 by Stacie Pierce, former pastry chef of Chez Panisse, specializes in cookies, fruit tarts, cakes and candies.…

Read More

SHED in Healdsburg now Carries Nama Ceramics in Larger Sizes

Healdsburg’s new SHED is more than just a produce market, a cafe, a garden shop, a housewares outlet, an event center, or a place to get coffee. It’s all those things and more. Much more. SHED now carries Nama ceramics in a big way. Big in scale that is. Nama created oversized serving trays and…

Read More

Nama Ceramics at the Perish Trust

The Perish Trust, a “general reliquary of by-gone Americana” and part of the vibrant Divisadero Corridor, has just added Nama-ya Ceramics to their offerings. You can visit them at 728 Divisadero Street, in San Francisco, Tuesday through Sunday. More info at The Perish Trust website >>

Read More

Boy’s Day Tea Bowls at Umami Mart

Limited edition Boy’s Day tea bowls are currently being featured at Umami Mart. Get them now, because, like boy’s day, they’ll be gone soon. There also a few here at the studio for sale, so email me if you’d like to order some.

Read More

Louesa in Hayes Valley Now Carries Nama-ya Ceramics

Louesa is a small flower shop in Hayes Valley, just around the corner from In Bed, at Hayes and Laguna. Here owner Louesa Roebuck showcases her wonderful floral arrangements as well as other interesting organic elements and unique ceramics. Louesa (and Nama ceramics) were recently featured on Gardenista as well as SF Girl By Bay.   Now,…

Read More

Food and Wine Article Featuring Peko Peko and Nama-ya

A Fabulous Cal-Japanese Dinner Party BY EMILY KAISER THELIN Chef Sylvan Mishima Brackett of Peko Peko Catering treats California as if it were a province of Japan, serving hyperseasonal dishes on exquisite ceramics. Read the whole story at foodandwine.com >>

Read More

Peko-Peko Japanese Catering Chooses Nama-Ya

Peko-Peko Japanese Catering has commissioned a set of dishes from the Nama-Ya line to augment the display of their culinary creations. Peko-Peko specializes in the robust food of the Izakaya (Japanese Tavern). Check out their amazing menus. http://eatpekopeko.com/

Read More

New website is finally here

It’s been a long summer, but we managed to find enough spare time to get the new website started. Hope you enjoy it. Things will be developing over the next few weeks, so be sure to check back. Better yet, why not subscribe to the RSS feed to stay informed.

Read More