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Kobe beef (神戸牛)【What is Kobe beef?】 Kobe beef (神戸牛) is one of the Japanese premium beef or Wagyu beef from Kobe region raised in Hyogo prefecture. It meets strict standards in terms of its growing environment, pedigree, meat quality, etc. by the K...
Saga Beef (佐賀牛)Saga Prefecture is not just famous for its ceramics, but for Saga Beef as well. Farmers from the area raise this Japanese black beef in a mild climate. So, what exactly is it? What does it taste like? 【What is Saga Beef?】 Local farms i...
Matsusaka Beef (松阪牛)Japanese Wagyu beef is one of the most prized proteins in the culinary world and is deemed as luxurious as caviar and black truffles. The stunning marbling of fat, tantalizing texture, and umami-rich wagyu is what all steak lovers dream ...
Gyukatsu (牛かつ)【Introduction to Gyukatsu】 Gyukatsu (牛かつ) or beef cutlet is a traditional Japanese food that consists of a deep-fried beef cutlet with wagyu beef as its main ingredient. Japanese season the cutlet and coat it in breadcrumbs before t...
Gyudon (牛丼)【Introduction to Gyudon】 Gyudon is a traditional food in the Kanto region of Japan. It is a dish in which locals boiled the sliced beef, onions, etc. in soy sauce and placed on top of rice served in a bowl. Other types of rice dishes...
Ōmi Gyu / Omi Beef (近江牛)Japan has over 300 brands of beef and Omi Beef (近江牛) is one of the most well-known brand. Omi Beef, one of the top three beef in Japan, dates back over 400 years from now and is the oldest among the three. Tasting Omi Beef will surely raise your standards to other kinds of meat and will leave you longing for it a second time around.