Japanese Wagyu Beef Story (from Farm to Table) ★ ONLY in JAPAN

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  • Wagyu Beef in Japan is the juiciest, most delicious steak you may ever eat, but how? What's the secret? How does Japan grade each wagyu? What's the standard for A5 beef? How do the cattle live? To find the answers, Dean Newcombe and I rent a car and drive from Tokyo to neighboring Ibaraki prefecture to visit a Wagyu Farm, the Hitachi Beef processing plant where they grade the beef and a top Wagyu restaurant on the base of Mt Tsukuba with views all the way to Mt Fuji. We'll eat premium cuts of A5 ★ Tenderloin ★ Sirloin ★ Prime rib Japanese Driving Adventure Trilogy with Dean in Ibaraki ① Drive-Thru Sushi & Ramen ▶︎ https://youtu.be/yfwmTbBIuTM ② Japanese Wagyu Beef Story ▶︎ https://youtu.be/Y_LMeZYn3ZI ③ Japanese Highway Food Challenge ▶︎ https://youtu.be/ZSm1InvSMBA Where is Hitachino Hitachi Beef Steakhouse 常陸牛料理 ひたち野? ▷ https://goo.gl/maps/t7LDJsPxZWv URL: https://www.hitachino.com/ What does Wagyu 和牛 mean? It literally means WA (Japanese) GYU (cow) For more information on Ibaraki and Tokyo day trips, check these sites out: ▶︎ Kanko Ibaraki https://english.ibarakiguide.jp/ ▶︎ Ibakira TV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwC9T9FeeodpcWlBvdzt0TQ/featured Visit Dean Newcombe’s channel on YouTube: ▷ https://www.youtube.com/user/runAwayJapan ONLY in JAPAN is a registered trademark. All rights are reserved. This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 20 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
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  • Camushii
    Camushii 6 ay önce

    As a vegetarian I really appreciate the respect you have towards what you eat and how you're willing to face the animal head on

  • #UJ GrG
    #UJ GrG 3 saat önce

    I am from Nepal 🇳🇵 and cow is our national animal...🇳🇵.🐄🐄🐄
    It was hard to see. But there's nothing I can do.. and there's a saying ( YOU HAVE TO KILL OTHER TO LIVE)
    R.I.P COW🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🐄🐄🐄😑😑😑

  • Regina Dela Paz
    Regina Dela Paz 1 hafta önce

    My mouth is drooling now. The expressions on your faces when you chew that piece of wagyu cut... How i wish to experience that... It is my life long wish to eat and tast authentic wagyu beef.

  • Bill23799
    Bill23799 1 hafta önce

    Cow: Happy? You think we look happy????
    We were told we would be raised on Beer and where are the beautiful female human Masseuses?

  • Arnab Deka
    Arnab Deka 1 hafta önce

    Stop killing those beautiful animals for food

  • Jenk
    Jenk 2 hafta önce

    Poor cows

  • Sun Ytube
    Sun Ytube 2 hafta önce

    So delicious

  • p Sirisha
    p Sirisha 2 hafta önce

    Thank you for the warning. That a very disciplined practise that many ppl miss.

  • Fly Oz
    Fly Oz 2 hafta önce

    Imagine one day a bunch of aliens hang humans on hooks like that

  • Wade Wilson
    Wade Wilson 2 hafta önce

    I think it's disrespectful to not know where your meat comes from! I salute the Japanese for respecting these animals!

  • Shyam Chandra
    Shyam Chandra 2 hafta önce

    Help, how can i get cow milk packets in stores of Shubiya shibuya tokyo?? Do you know the name of stores or markets that sell these packets.

  • plan pitz
    plan pitz 2 hafta önce

    The Japanese way is the best : make eating meat a celebrated ritual, something special with very good quality and reduced quantity ,good for you and good for the world.

  • jason smith
    jason smith 4 hafta önce

    You see the markup on those cuts? 35$ there state side $350 to many middle men

  • Trent West
    Trent West 4 hafta önce

    This guy says it’s morbid??! It is far from morbid. It’s beef that’s been processed.

  • joshua Roman
    joshua Roman 4 hafta önce

    Dude ur videos are so awesome

  • Psychotic Mane
    Psychotic Mane 1 ay önce

    Treat with respect

  • rai rahul
    rai rahul 1 ay önce

    do you live to eat or eat to live?????

  • teemzzz1
    teemzzz1 1 ay önce

    interesting ! good footage

  • SSG Morgan
    SSG Morgan 1 ay önce


  • Ivan A
    Ivan A 1 ay önce

    There should have been a discretion warning for you burning that steak like that.

  • martin winther
    martin winther 1 ay önce

    biggest mistake. Talking about the animals as food while theyre still alive. DONT! . respect the animal and talk about it like a friend, not like its food

  • improperusername
    improperusername 1 ay önce

    I became a vegetarian years ago because I was not okay with the "mass production" of meat animals here in the US. I wish more cattle got to live their lives out like Japanese cattle do. I really appreciate in this video that you did address the fact that many people in the world, especially well developed countries like the US just see the meat in a supermarket all packaged up and have no reverence to the idea that there was once a live cow, live chicken, etc that it came from.

  • Black Sheep Productions

    The story goes that the cow would wag its tail when it seen you.

  • top 10s
    top 10s 1 ay önce

    Are u an indian ???

  • Mel Knight
    Mel Knight 1 ay önce

    I don't eat meat but man this is so appetizing. I wish I can try.

  • baked beans in a can

    853 People dislliked after 4:24

    good riddance ;D

  • 負け犬先輩
    負け犬先輩 1 ay önce


  • Stryker Anderson
    Stryker Anderson 1 ay önce

    American beef plants have security because of the crazies that show up and protest what they do....that doesn't happen in Japan

  • Nitesh Rao
    Nitesh Rao 1 ay önce

    I'm flying to Nippon. Wagyu calls.

  • Jon Mathews
    Jon Mathews 1 ay önce

    Would you rather have a Hitachi cow as a pet or an entire cow of Wagyu beef? Thats a hard one.

  • sunny kim
    sunny kim 1 ay önce

    It's the circle of life

  • sidkings
    sidkings 1 ay önce

    @6:26 I think this is very much a "western cultural" problem. The rest of the world probably laughs when they hear stuff like this. I have personally slaughtered two bulls out in Bangladesh using the Halal method. I did'nt even hesitate .. Most western people would freak out at that.. btw the 2 cattle fed 1500 people at a nearby Rohingya Refugee camp. I helped distribute the food parcels contanining the beef I had slaughtered less then 24 hours before, it was satisfying. This is reality folks, deal with it.....

  • Wisnu Bask
    Wisnu Bask 1 ay önce

    Eat more meat.....
    Coz ‘ Life is short...

  • Nil Gill
    Nil Gill 1 ay önce

    I don't know if I would say that the cameras and security and American beef farms necessarily translate to a purposeful lack of transparency. The US just has extremely stringent controls on it's food supply due to the fact the most Americans don't source their food locally. The distance from farm to table for most Americans is the furthest anywhere on earth. I think this results in a lack of transparency, but doesn't necessarily imply that it is purposeful.

  • Steven B
    Steven B 2 ay önce


    MARIAH DURAN 2 ay önce

    Omg i love wagyu its traditional and sooo goood

    Omg i got a like looks at the blue thumbs up oh i liked it my self

  • tom thompson
    tom thompson 2 ay önce

    it would need to taste nice , it looks like the stuff id be throwing aside.
    ive not tried it , but when the guys are saying them selves that the slightly less fatty pieces may have a better balance , all i can think is Emperors new clothes.

  • yesireeable
    yesireeable 2 ay önce

    I'm surprise he didn't have to feed you two clowns.

  • yesireeable
    yesireeable 2 ay önce


  • Pak De
    Pak De 2 ay önce

    Humans are the only species of animal that thinks about food as something other than it is... survival.