When it comes to producing high-quality steak, Japan has long reigned supreme. But for steak-lovers craving the best of the very best, look no further than Japanese "A5" wagyu. The highest grade given to a cut of Japanese beef, A5 wagyu is coveted for its buttery texture and incredibly detailed marbling. At Old Homestead Steakhouse–a restaurant that's been serving up high-end beef since 1868—12 ounces of A5 wagyu will set meat obsessives back a whopping $350. Rich, flavorful, and incredibly hard to come by, A5 wagyu belongs on every steak-lover's bucket list.
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