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Perfection on a Plate

The World of Japanese Wagyu

Aired: December 17, 2021 (UTC)


Do you know about wagyu? It’s luxury beef born and raised in Japan. Its beautiful marbling and tender flesh are now attracting attention all over the world.

In this program, Japan's top sommelier, a 3-star Michelin chef, and a meat specialist will introduce the appeal of wagyu from a variety of perspectives. What’s so special about this delicious beef? How is it being incorporated into French menus? What’s the best way to cut it? We’ll bring you facts about this fascinating food that even Japanese people don’t know.

The program will also explain wagyu’s history, and efforts to spread its profound appeal to the world.
The more you know about wagyu, the more you’ll enjoy all its delicious possibilities.


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