Kagoshima Wagyu comes from the Kuroge Washu breed. Japanese Wagyu graded A4 or A5 achieves the highest marbling of any beef in the world. Marbling or intramuscular fat is responsible for tenderness, juiciness, and umami flavor. American or Australian Wagyu is typically a crossbreed between Japanese and a local breed.
Mizusako Farm is located in Ibusuki, Kagoshima, which is in the southernmost part of Kyushu and Japan's largest Wagyu producing prefecture.
Winner of Japan's 2017 Wagyu Olympics
A5 Wagyu from Kagoshima prefecture is arguably the most exquisite beef in the world. Note that any authentic Japanese Wagyu is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity that certifies the grade and origin of the beef.
It’s halal certified by NPO Japan Halal Association.