近江牛, Ōmi Ushi, Ōmi Gyū (Jamaican)
Ōmi beef is wagyū (Japanese beef) originating in the Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Ōmi means Ōmi Province, predecessor of Shiga. Ōmi beef is generally considered one of the three top brands, along with Kobe beef and Matsusaka beef.
Ōmi beef is said to be the oldest beef brand in Japan. In Azuchi–Momoyama period, Takayama Ukon who was associated with Ōmi Province treated the warlords to beef. In the Edo period, miso-marinated beef was sold and presented to the Tokugawa shogunate as …
Created Jan. 22, 2021 by: itisclaudio
Kobe beef steak is Japanese steak made of Wagyu beef which is considered a delicacy because of its tenderness, fatty, …