Okinawan-bred Black Wagyu was brought up in natural environment of Okinawa that are green grass which grew throughout year, rich soil containing abundant mineral and under the brilliant rays of the sun. Farmers carefully raised Black Wagyu while they were paying attention to its safety and comfortableness.
A reputation of meat quality is rich and mellow taste, softness and deliciousness. It will be our pleasure if you try Okinawan-bred Black Wagyu.
This Wagyu served as main dish at banquet of Okinawa summit in 2000,
and earned great reputation.
This is a special Wagyu that Okinawa boasts to the world.
In 2013, this Black Wagyu won the Best Minister of Agriculture,
Forestry and Fisheries award that was equal to number one in the nation.
This Black Wagyu was raised in ‘Motobu farm’ where located at Motobu peninsula in the north of Okinawa by eating original fermented feed.
The features of this meat are sweetness flavor and fat taste melts in your mouth.
This Wagyu that is born and raised in Okinawa is a genuine ‘Uchinaa Product’ (Okinawan Brand).
The Agu is Okinawa's own and a precious hog.
The pigs which were imported from China around 600 years ago and were continued keeping in Okinawa have been said to be the origin of the 'Agu'. The Agu has been a part of Okinawan food culture for a long time.
Agu meat is rated as excellence because it is marbled meat
that has sweetness and umami in the fat as compared to typical pork.
A mark called 'MA=SAN seal' can be only used to beef, pork and chicken that have been rearing and producing in Okinawa.
'MA=SAN' is Okinawan dialect meaning 'Delicious'. A wish that everyone can enjoy fresh and delicious Okinawa Prefecture meat is put to this seal.