Discover the history and legacy of coffee farming in Hawaii at the historic site of Kona Coffee Living History Farm. This living history museum depicts the lives and times of early Japanese coffee farmers in Hawaii during the immigration boom of the 1920s. The site is located inside the Daisaku Uchida Coffee Farm, a 5.5-care coffee farm founded in 1900 in what is now known as the territory of Captain Cook.
The farm is open to visitors for a small entrance fee. The site offers self-guided tours of the farmhouse, coffee orchards, processing center, and coffee mill. A small store is open to guests where they can buy local souvenirs. The farm was listed under the National Register of Historic Places on February 9, 1995.
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