Sher Wagyu exports to over 14 countries and has been a long term supplier and supporter of Osawa Enterprises since 2009. The owners, Nick and Vicki Sher, have a passion to produce delicious, tender, juicy Wagyu beef with a superb and distinctive flavour. It is a family-owned company has been breeding and feeding Wagyu cattle […]
In part 2 of Kimio’s trip to Japan, he takes you inside the famed Iwakuni farm, home to Japan’s rarest wagyu beef. Visit one of Tokyo’s top restaurants and you’ll probably eat Takamori wagyu. Why? Takamori isn’t just one of Japan’s rarest wagyu brands. It also has a delicately sweet, nutty flavour, which is unique. […]
We’re often asked what the difference is between Australian Wagyu and Japanese Wagyu. Whilst both types of Wagyu beef are delicious, here are the reasons why they are different. Fullblood vs crossbred Despite Australian Wagyu cattle’s bloodlines originating from Japan, they are bred, fed, grown and processed in Australia. Our most prevalent Wagyu bloodlines come […]
Often called the most expensive beef in the world, Japanese Wagyu is famous for its unsurpassed quality and taste. Appearing on more fine dining menus and gourmet meat-lovers’ tables across Australia, there is a growing demand for this luxurious product. What makes it so highly prized? Here are three reasons why Japanese Wagyu is so […]
It was during a snowy winter in Japan when my interest in Wagyu started. A chance meeting with a Japanese Wagyu farmer changed my whole life. And now, over 20 years later, I’m proud to keep introducing authentic Japanese Wagyu to all Australians. This week, I wanted to share where the origins of Osawa Enterprises began. […]
Fancy some BBQ brisket… but using Japanese Wagyu beef? If you are interested to learn more about Japanese Wagyu, then subscribe to our newsletter. Kimio went to see Nick at BBQAroma tonight and cooked a moist, beautifully tender Japanese Wagyu brisket.. watch the results below!