The legendary Wagyu beef striploin, right from a Japanese farm. The Miyachiku beef comes from the Kuroge Washu (Japanese Black), the largest of the four original wagyu breeds. One farmer can look after only four cows at a time. So, each animal gets enough attention, care, and feed. The beef produced by the Miyachiku co-op is labeled “Miyachiku Wagyu.” It’s the same as “Miyazaki wagyu,” since the famous co-op is situated in the Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan. The meat of the highest quality can also be designated as “Miyazakiyu,” the cow of Miyazaki.
Japanese Miyazaki Miyachiku Striploin Wagyu 16lb by Miyachiku, Japan