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Where you can find good beef that comes with a good price

You can easily come across top graded beef in any stores near the stations in Japan but the price may not be that comfortable. I normally get my A4 grade beef which I found the cheapest (almost half of the price compare to others) from OK. OK is a supermarket chain, check out the locations near you www.ok-corporation.co.jp. If you are looking for a bigger, thicker piece of meat, ask the staff there. You will get it tailored to your needs. In short, Wagyu is strictly classed into 5 grades. The two top grades of Japanese beef or Wagyu beef are A4 and A5, marbled, tender and juicy

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