Miyazaki Wagyu beef are Kuroge Washu cows raised in the Miyazaki Prefecture in Japan. One hundred percent purebred Wagyu cattle, Kuroge Washu are the largest of the four Wagyu breeds raised in Japan. ... Miyazaki Wagyu cows are raised on a wholesome diet of corn, wheat, and barley for more than 600 days.

Miyazaki Beef is 100% purebred Japanese Wagyu from the Miyachiku co-op. The name of the breed of cow that is used by Miyachiku is Kuroge Washu, also known as "Japanese Black". It is one of four Wagyu breeds that exist today, Kuroge being the largest of the four cattle breeds.

At a national competition that is held every 5 years and often referred to as the Olympics of Wagyu Beef, Miyazaki Beef won the top prize of the Prime Ministers Award 3 times consecutively. This means Miyazaki Beef held the top spot in Japan for 15 years straight.

It’s halal certified by NPO Japan Halal Association.