#1 COFFEE no koto

about COFFEE


#1 COFFEE no koto


Story of BIKAS COFFEE tells the story behind a cup of BIKAS COFFEE.
The first story is about coffee.

Coffee is an indispensable part of our daily lives.
Japanese people consume an average of 10 cups of coffee
per week and in our daily life.
We have many opportunities to drink coffee.
Where does coffee come from? Where does it come from?

Coffee is grown in about 70 countries located in the area between 25 degrees south and 25 degrees north latitude (coffee belt) across the equator, including Brazil, Ethiopia, and Indonesia, while taking advantage of the characteristics of each region.

Among these 70 countries, our coffee comes from a country called Nepal. The history of Nepalese coffee is short. Coffee trees were planted 15 to 20 years ago with support from overseas, and now, with technical assistance such as cultivation methods, Nepalese coffee is being grown.

However, Nepalese coffee is rarely seen in Japanese cafes and coffee shops. Although the taste is good, the production volume is still small, and due to various problems such as land and technology, it is a highly rare coffee that has yet to be distributed around the world.

However, coffee consumption is currently increasing worldwide, and there is a need to establish sustainable cultivation methods and consumption styles. In fact, in this context, coffee cultivation in Nepal represents one path for the sustainable development of the global coffee industry and the country of Nepal itself in the future.

This coffee was created to make this distribution healthy and to support employment. That is BIKAS COFFEE.

We are aiming for D2C of coffee with high traceability, based on the principle of having people choose not only by taste and aroma, but also by meaning.


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