Our Story

   A Small Coffee Farm in a Hawaiian Paradise  

The following information distinguishes our Kona coffee from the other Kona coffees. The taste? You can notice it when you have it.

1.Our Farm is at 1,350 feet altitude. The altitude is perfect for coffee. (We are just off of the Kona Coffee Belt Highway.)

Our farm was  one of the first Kona Coffee farms. It was originally owned by Japanese workers who had come to work on the sugar cane plantations.

2.Most of our coffee trees are 30 to150 years old. We don't need to use the chemicals to control disease.
(Kona coffee is the only coffee that grows in an island. Incoming disease are prevented. Coffee trees in other countries only survive 10-25 years.)

3.Our coffee trees grow on the rich rocky lava soil with variety of old fruit trees. (Traditional Coffee Farm.)

4.We pick only ripe red cherries. That's why our coffee taste so smooth and sweet.

Our coffee received the awards of People's Choice in 2007 and the third place in 2012 Kona Cultural Festival.

5.Our coffee are sun dry and keep in 12% moisture control green bags.

Please visit our farm to see how our coffee trees grow by yourself and taste freshly roast our coffee any time. We offer free farm tour.

Our Farm History


The Farm was one of original Kona coffee farm. One of Japanese immigrant family developed it. Since them, several families were moved in and out.

In 2006 May, Page and Yoko with Genki moved in the farm from California. The first thing we did was painting the rooms of the house. And then Page started cutting trees on the ground. There were many macadamia nuts trees were down because of a storm. The first time I walked through the farm, I thought this was just jungle!

In 2007 November, the strong thunder storm attacked us. At that time Page found a dog was shaking under the sink of out side. We thought it was neighbor's dog, Koko. He was never friendly but when I tried dry the dog with towel, he was showed the stomach. After the storm was over, Page took him home. The Page came back with the dog and told me he was not Koko. Who is he? We named him Thunder because he came our home with thunder some.

Thunder was always afraid of the big noise such as thunder or fire work. However, he as very loyal and sweet dog. He was 86 lb... We love him so much but he past away in 2011 April.

Thunder left Riki for us. Now he is a 120 lb.. big boy.

In 2010, We had a difficult year. Every day we prayed the rain. To make grow coffee beans, the trees were taking the anergy from leaves. The tree were loosing a leaf and other leaf. It is so painful to watch the tree were loosing leaves. We could not do for them without pray.

Now all trees are recovering. In 2011 we have a lot of rain.


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In 2011, we decided to promote "What is real Kona Coffee?!", so we chose this name "Hawaii 100% Kona Coffee Company." Our friend ,a graphic artist Michael Cromwell in Hawaii created the logo for us.

Don't be fooled the name by the name Kona on a blended coffee. It doesn't tell you where the other coffees come from and these coffee beans are fumigated.

Do you like to have fumigated coffee or Best Real Kona Coffee?