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The Largest Selection of Japanese Wagyu

Choose from more than 20 steaks from four different Japanese prefectures. Find perfectly portioned 4-ounce petite striploin steaks, Japanese Wagyu Filet Mignon, Zabuton, one-of-a-kind Japanese Wagyu Briskets, and more, priced at 80% less than steakhouse prices. If you’ve ever wanted to try Japanese Wagyu and haven’t, this is the event to treat yourself.

Four Premier Wagyu Regions of Japan

  1. Kato Gyu, Gunma Prefecture: Japan’s most award-winning, single-origin Wagyu farm.
  2. Olive Wagyu, Kagawa Prefecture: The rarest steak on the planet.
  3. Iwate Gyu, Iwate Prefecture: Japan's 11-time national champion and most sustainable wagyu.
  4. Kagoshima Farms, Kagoshima Prefecture: The overall Wagyu Olympics winner.

Kato Gyu: First Time in the U.S.

Be one of the first in the U.S. to taste single-origin, A5 BMS 12, Japanese Wagyu from Kato Gyu. For wagyu aficionados in pursuit of the utmost quality, this is it. The highest-graded Japanese Wagyu in the world from Japan’s most award-winning single-origin Wagyu farm in Gunma prefecture, Japan. Akio Kato has won farm of the year for a reason. This Wagyu will not disappoint.

The Most Decadent Burger in the World

A5 Japanese Ground Wagyu is a buttery and bold, melt-in-your-mouth flavor explosion, but you don’t have to take our word for it. CNBC tried it and they confirmed it’s the best burger they’ve ever had. Starting at just $35 a pound, it’s priced to sell out fast. Level up your burgers today!

KUROGE WASHU

Only Kuroge Washu Wagyu are genetically predisposed to the fine-grained intramuscular marbling that's made Japanese beef so famous. All "Kobe Beef" and other top luxury beef brands in Japan are derived exclusively from Kuroge Washu.

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A5 MARBLING

The Japanese use a system called BMS, or Beef Marbling Standard, to rate the degree of marbling of beef. The scale ranges from 0 to 12, with 12 being the highest grade achievable. A5 is the highest quality and corresponds BMS marbling score of 8 or higher.

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OLIVE WAGYU

A cattle farmer named Masaki Ishii on Shodoshima found a way to repurpose the waste product of olive oil production - olive pulp - as cattle feed for his few animals. Now Olive Wagyu is sourced directly from three small farms in Kagawa that use olive pulp.

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