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Shinshu Wagyu

Smooth and delicate with a subtly-sweet aftertaste, apple-finished Shinshu Wagyu is an A5 variety unlike any other

When you purchase Shinshu Wagyu from Crowd Cow,  you're receiving the highest quality A5 selection in the world. 

Every order comes with an official digital Certificate of Authenticity.

As well as a complete guide on how to enjoy Shinshu Wagyu to the fullest.

Apple-Finished Shinshu Wagyu

Shinshu Wagyu is one of the highest quality and rarest beef in the world. With only 300 head of cattle imported to the United States each year, Shinshu Wagyu is truly a rare treat! The small farm operation raises Tajima Wagyu using a proprietary finishing method incorporating a diet of Nagano apples, which produces an exquisite Wagyu with subtle tasting notes of apple and melon.

From the Heart of the Japanese Alps

Shinshu cattle farmers take exceptional care pay special attention to the well-being of their animals. During the winter, the cattle are dressed in clothes and neck warmers to keep them healthy and content. Thanks to the love and care given by the dedicated small-scale Shinshu cattle farms, the resulting beef is of the highest quality; this Japanese Wagyu is smooth, tender, and has an unparallel melt-in-your-mouth flavor.

Bringing Japanese Wagyu to America

Since 2017, Crowd Cow has brought some of the world's rarest steaks to the US. From Kagoshima to Kobe, our Wagyu beef is sourced directly from Japan's highest quality Wagyu farms. We're proud to not only bring award-winning farms to the US, but also to bring rare Wagyu varieties, like Olive and Shinshu. When you buy Japanese Wagyu from Crowd Cow, you can be 100% sure that the cuts you receive are of the highest quality available - anywhere.

Blog Post: Award-Winning Shinshu Wagyu

We're excited to announce that Crowd Cow is now offering the exquisite and award-winning Shinshu Wagyu (信州和牛) from the beautiful Nagano Prefecture (長野県). This is a beef that's been praised for its exceptional quality, tenderness, and flavor. Click through to learn more about what makes this A5 variety the hidden gem of Nagano Prefecture.

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