Super knowledgeable docents demonstrated how Japanese coffee farmers on the Kona coast lived in the 1920's, 30's and 40's. Barry, Linda, and Erin were especially helpful. It was a wonderful experience and we learned so much!
This tour is a good educational investment for families with children 10 and up...especially if the guide explains the history of the emigrant gentleman, Mr Uchida, who came to Hawaii to work in the sugar plantation fields in 1906..eventually in 1926 switched to coffee picking, built a home [much larger than would have been available to him in Japan] and... 更多
We're happy you enjoyed your visit! The sustainable lifestyle that people lived "back in the day" is still relevant (and... 更多
What a wonderful experience. Walking tour of an original coffee farm from early 1900's with original buildings and furnishings. The "farm workers" will stop their chores and explain every detail and any questions you may have on the operation of the farm. They are very knowledgeable not only on the history, but on every produce being grown there. The demonstration... 更多
Mahalo for your great review! 更多