Miyazawa approaches each piece as a wearable piece of art, drawing inspiration from an eclectic array that includes everything from architecture and industrial hardware to nature, deco and art nouveau. The meshing of Japanese and American cultures is a constant influence, seen in M33Ms’s juxtaposition of clean lines and elegant restraint with a sense of boldness and edge.

  • Background

    Raised in California, M33Ms designer Emiko Miyazawa hails originally from Japan. Emiko was born into a family of creatives, including her great grandmother who crafted Japanese dolls, a kabuki dancer aunt, and her traditional sushi chef father.

    The seeds of design sprouted early in Miyazawa, who crafted her first jewelry pieces at the age of twelve. Her professional career also took root early on as a design and production assistant for a Brentwood jewelry designer, and by 19 was helping to exhibit at Jewelers Association shows in New York City. Miyazawa is a self taught designer as well as a Graduate Gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America. Miyazawa’s love of design further flourished after working for a Patek Philippe watch agent, where she acquired an affinity for timepieces and the intricacies of their movements, a recurring theme in her designs today.

  • Info


    Jewelry Designer/Maker








    Honolulu, HI