This single-serving drip bag coffee lets you have an authentic coffee break anytime, anywhere. Since Japan’s climate is not suitable for growing coffee beans – they can only be grown in limited regions around the equator known as the Bean Belt – coffee was a foreign import that arrived during the Edo Period (1603-1867) through Nagasaki, one of the few areas that was open for foreign trade during the country’s self-isolation period. Coffee became a common staple in the Taisho Period (1912-1926), and through Japanese people’s well-known obsession with pursuing freshness and convenience, Japan’s coffee processing technologies have evolved to world-class recognition. At Sakura, Inc., our coffee beans are sourced through trusted agents in Central America and other areas, then roasted in-house. The roasted beans are carefully processed according to the company’s accumulated know-how and techniques, such as removing unripe beans by hand, and finally packaged into high-quality drip bags. Enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee anywhere with this extremely portable drip bag coffee that exemplifies Japan’s remarkable technology and culture.
Japan is a hub for high quality coffee beans from around the world, and we have carefully roasted those excellent beans and packed them into Japan-innovated drip bags. Each bag contains one cup’s amount of ground coffee with a built-in filter, so all you need is a cup and some hot water. The bags are deoxygenated to preserve the fresh ground aroma so you can enjoy the best cup of coffee for a long time.