Discover Café Genshin, the premium organic Japanese brown rice coffee
5 Secrets of Café Genshin
100% Japanese organic brown rice & additive-free
Genshin coffee is only made from organic Isehikari brown rice, carefully grown by JAS-certified organic Japanese farmers. This drink is completely additive-free and contains no coffee beans or tea leaves.
Isehikari: the Japanese miracle rice
Born in the field of Ise Jingu shrine, this rice is known for its resistance to typhoons and diseases, hence its nickname of "miracle rice". The name was found by the chief priest of the same shrine.
The rice that listens to classical music (yes)
The raw material of Genshin coffee, Isehikari brown rice, is roasted after spending the night in the moon therapy room, where it is exposed to light of the same wavelength as moonlight with classical music playing in the background, giving it its sweet taste.
Caffeine-free to protect both your mental and physical health
Café Genshin main and only ingredient is brown rice. Consequently, Genshin is naturally caffeine-free. Caffeine can have an impact on your nervous system and affect your sleep and blood sugar levels. Aim for physical and mental health by reviewing your daily coffee.
Support Japanese producers with TOMO
We participate in the "Domestic Organic Supporters" program in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. We support Japanese producers who are seriously committed to producing food in a safe and serious manner.
Our farmers and roasters who contribute to the production of Genshin Coffee are all certified organic by JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards).
Café Genshin won the Omotenashi Selection 2020 Award, which recognizes products and services that showcase Japan's outstanding Omotenashi (= "hospitality" in Japanese) culture to the world.
TOMO Café Genshin is the only brown rice coffee in Japan that is allowed to bear the symbol of the coat of arms of the Royal House of Monaco.
In cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF), TOMO is participating in the Domestic Organic Supporters initiative, a platform that supports organic farmers in Japan.
We are taking part in the National Movement for Food Loss Reduction (NO-FOODLOSS PROJECT), an initiative promoted by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.