How Much Does Kobe Beef Cost?

Kobe beef, known for its rich flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture, can be found at most higher end steakhouses and some online specialty butchers.  Also known as Wagyu,” which means Japanese cow, comes from the Wagyu cattle that are primarily raised in the Hyogo region of Japan, but in some cases, this cattle can be found in some parts of the United States.

While there’s no such thing as Kobe beef as it’s the shipping point from somewhere in Japan, what’s known as “Kobe beef” will come from the province of Tajima, now named Hyogo Prefecture, where Kobe is currently the capital.

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