meat from the Japanese cattle (Kobe cattle), which are specially raised to produce a beef that is highly prized for its extreme tenderness.
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a grade of beef from cattle raised in Kobe, Japan, which is extremely tender and full-flavoured as a result of the cattle being massaged with sake and fed a special diet including large quantities of beerAlso called: Wagyu
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