All Japanese beef is called wagyu, but kuroge wagyu is said to be the best of the best. At Oniku Karyu in Tokyo, Chef Haruka Katayanagi only uses kuroge wagyu in his dishes. With it, he makes specialty dishes like beef tongue stew, Japanese beef sirloin and Chateaubriand shabu-shabu, white beef tripe and white asparagus with miso dressing, Japanese beef sukiyaki Chateaubriand, and Japanese beef rare cutlet.
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Original Author: Produced by Eater and published on 31/05/2020 Source