The “Olive Sanuki Wagyu” seems to be the rarest steak in the world.

Certified by the Japanese government, it’s a beef bred solely in the Kagawa’s Prefecture, coastal region of the inland sea of Seto.

Why “olive beef”? Because of the special diet of the cattles, fed just with squeezed olives.

The prices for the Olive Sanuki Wagyu start around (just buy from the shop) 80 US $ by 14 OZ (400 grams) of A3 Olive Wagyu Rib Cap Strips to 350 US $ by 14 OZ (400 grams) of A5 Olive Wagyu Filet Mignon.


Look at how it is cooked.