Sensei Farms use sustainable practices to make better growing decisions for the environment and ourselves.
Sensei Farms partners with leading researchers and growers to inform the growing process and bring out the best nutrients in each plant to nourish your body in a way that’s sustainable for the environment.
Our Sensei Farms are hydroponic and use 90% less water than traditional farms. We skip harmful additives and power our greenhouses with Tesla solar energy.
Our first Sensei Farm is located on the island of Lānaʻi. We collaborate with local culinary experts, hoteliers and retailers to bring fresh food to the table, including our restaurant, Sensei by Nobu.
The greenhouses at our Lānaʻi farm take up less space than a traditional farm and streamline the growing process by reducing water consumption and relying on sustainable power sources, such as solar energy.
The goal for Sensei Farms reaches far beyond the island of Lānaʻi. Although our current farm has the potential to produce millions of pounds of food a year, this is just the first step in our global expansion.
We will take the learnings from our flagship Lānaʻi location around the world, integrating best practices in nutrition, agriculture and technology to feed our planet for decades to come.