Japanese Beef Wagyu Ribeye Steak – approx. 1 lb / 454 g – A5 Grade 100% Wagyu from Miyazaki Japan

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$18,998,253.31

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  • 100% Ribeye Japanese Wagyu A5 grade imported from Japan
  • Genuine Japanese Wagyu beef is revered and sought after worldwide for its depth of flavor and decadently outrageous marbling
  • Champion Wagyu – Miyazaki Wagyu has been awarded in 2007, 2012, 2017 for winning Wagyu Olympics for having most outstanding cattle in Japan
  • Japanese Wagyu beef at Marky’s is exclusively A5 grade — which is the top score for marbling, color, firmness, and tenderness, truly the ultimate steak experience
  • Overnight Delivery
Package Dimensions

12 x 11 x 6 inches, 1 Pounds

UPC

709932076328

Manufacturer

MARKY'S

Country of Origin

Japan

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8 reviews for Japanese Beef Wagyu Ribeye Steak – approx. 1 lb / 454 g – A5 Grade 100% Wagyu from Miyazaki Japan
  • 5 out of 5

    It was great. Just what I was hoping it would be. Not something I would buy very often. It was a treat for myself. Always wanted to try it. I am puzzled abt one thing. I received 23oz and not 12oz. Which is what I ordered. ???? Checked c card and charged as I ordered 12oz.

  • 5 out of 5

    Absolutely delicious flavour&silken texture-fantastic& worth every penney$$!!! Will definitely buy again!!.

  • 5 out of 5

    Absolute perfection. The marbling gives the ribeye a melt in your mouth quality that makes it hard to believe you were actually eating a steak.

  • 3 out of 5

    I received a cut which had much more external fat than depicted in the product description.
    I expected a lot of internal fat (marbling ok), but I got a lot of pure external fat – see my pictures.
    The beef was tender with delicate flavor. It was good, but not the best beef I ever had IMO.
    I tried best cuts of beef in the U.S.A. Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia.
    I’d say the best was Colombian “lomo fino al trapo” (grass fed, tender but not fatty at all), followed closely by the U.S. produced wagyu ribeye (less fatty).

  • 5 out of 5

    The flavor of this meat was beyond comparison. My picky eaters who hate steak actually asked for more.

  • 4 out of 5

    A bit too fatty.

  • 1 out of 5

    Didn’t like all that fat. No matter how I cooked it it still tasted like eating lard. Very disappointed.

  • 2 out of 5

    Arrived in perfect condition and fast.
    Just don’t taste any beef.
    Just fat.

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