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Kagoshima Striploin

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  • Sourced from the Kagoshima Prefecture
  • Professionally Hand Cut to Japanese Specifications - 3/4 Inch Thick
  • Directly Imported from Japan
  • Certificate of Authenticity Included in Every Package
  • Ships Flash Frozen to Preserve Freshness
  • Temperature Controlled Shipping from Start to Finish. Thawing and Oxidation are Normal During Transit

    Welcome to a new world of Beef. The New York Striploin is the perfect medium between Intense marbling, Umami, and a rich tender meaty Taste. It is known as the Silver Lining between Ribeye and Filet Mignon. Many Chef’s recommend trying Striploin, when tasting Japanese Wagyu for the very first time
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Interesting Facts About Kagoshima Prefecture

Did you know that Kagoshima Prefecture is home to one of the most active volcanoes in Japan, Sakurajima? Sakurajima is located in the middle of Kagoshima Bay and is known for its frequent eruptions of ash and lava. The volcano has been active for thousands of years, and its eruptions have shaped the landscape and influenced the culture of the region. Despite its active status, Sakurajima is closely monitored by scientists, and visitors can observe the volcano from a safe distance at several observation points around the bay.

Kagoshima Prefecture is the birthplace of one of Japan's most famous historical figures, Saigo Takamori. Saigo was a samurai warrior and statesman who played a key role in the Meiji Restoration, a period of political and social reform that helped to modernize Japan in the late 19th century. Saigo was born in Kagoshima in 1828 and went on to become a prominent leader of the samurai class. He is best known for his role in the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877, a failed uprising against the newly established Meiji government. Today, Saigo is celebrated as a hero and icon of Japanese nationalism, and his legacy is commemorated in Kagoshima through museums, statues, and other cultural landmarks.