Judging japanese wagyu

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WAGYU

WAGYU is a term that refers to the meat of red or brown cattle raised in Japan. The Japanese government divides wagyu into two categories: A5 and A6. WAGYU is a type of beef that is very high in fat content and has been given this designation because it has been reported to contain more than 50% oil.

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The Japanese government divides wagyu into two categories.

Wagyu is divided into two categories: Japanese wagyu and American wagyu. There are differences between the two:

WAGYU is a term that refers to the meat of red or brown cattle raised in Japan.

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WAGYU is a term that refers to the meat of red or brown cattle raised in Japan.

WAGYU is a type of beef that Japanese consumers highly prize.

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The Japanese word for wagyu means “Japanese cow,” which comes from the Kamikaze aircraft used during World War II. The name was used to describe these supposedly superior animals because they were believed to be descended from elite fighting cows who survived being hit by bullets or bombs during battles at sea.

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