Wagyu beef is turning heads as some of the best beef on the market. Wagyu roughly translates to Japanese cattle, and Akaushi is one of the 4 breeds of Wagyu. So what is the difference in Kobe and Wagyu? Kobe beef is Akaushi that only come from the Kobe region in Japan, and are extremely high marbling cattle. Most people recognize the term, Kobe, as the best meat available. Most people in the United States use the term Kobe beef a little differently, and they are referring to cattle in the United States of Japanese descent that marble higher than average Wagyu cattle. Akaushi wagyu is some of the best beef you can get your hands on, and the cattle raised in the Kobe region are recognized as some of the best wagyu of the Akaushi breed. So Akaushi can be both Wagyu and Kobe beef. Legendary Akaushi Genetics are proud of the high-quality beef they raise. For more information check out their website: www.akaushigenetics.com.