Traveling Around the World with a Cup of Coffee

Because of the current COVID-19 situation, more and more people work remotely, meaning they spend more time at home, and many are trying to create a “café at home” atmosphere by carefully choosing tableware to enjoy a high-quality cup of coffee at home. Coffee is also a popular seasonal gift in Japan as a way to say thank you to those who have been there for you.

By the way, when drinking coffee, have you ever thought about where it comes from, how it was made and by whom? Why don’t you try to think beyond the cup of coffee, about its origin far across the sea. Think about the beautiful nature, the lives of the people there and their future.


Beyond the Sea

Beyond the Sea (Umi no Mukou Coffee) is a coffee brand of On the Slope Company (Saka no Tochu), which aims to promote sustainable agriculture with a low environmental impact.

They believe that quality is not only about the taste, but also about the process of coffee production and the thought behind it. With this in mind, On the Slope selects coffee beans from all over the world based on the three factors of quality, consideration for the environment and improvement of the farmers’ lives.

Their staff, who are experts in coffee cultivation, work together with farmers to improve the quality of their coffee. Through coffee production, they hope to solve problems in the coffee-growing regions and bring them closer to a sustainable society.

Traveling Coffee Subscription Service

Their most popular product is the Traveling Coffee Subscription Service, which delivers two kinds of coffee together with their own story leaflet every month. You will be able to try coffee varieties that you would normally not choose on your own. Their tastes alone can be as exciting as traveling to coffee producing areas around the world. You can also add a snack set that perfectly complements the coffee.

Set of Four Types of Coffee

If you would like to try their coffee first before starting regular delivery service, we can recommend a set of four types of coffee from around Asia. That way you can try four different coffees made through different roasting and refining methods. Each of the four packs contains 50g and comes with a leaflet that tells the story of the growing region.

This is a great chance for all coffee lovers to try something new. Besides trying new, delicious types of coffee, you can also virtually travel the world with their stories and help make the Earth a better place for coffee producers around the globe.

Ordering from their website is easy after a simple login to their page. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact them in English at

On the Slope Online Shop (Saka no Tochu)