SAN FRANCISCO – Holy Grail Steak Co. has announced now has Ogata Farm Maezawa Beef available for purchase in the United States. Ogata Farms raises cattle to produce Wagyu beef in the small town of Maezawa within the Iwate prefecture in Japan.

Ogata Farm Maezawa Beef comes from carefully bred and fattened cattle and offers a heavy fat ratio. The beef is referred to as the “toro of the land,” after the beloved tuna belly renowned for its fat content and flavor.

For multiple generations, the Ogata Family Farm has earned a reputation as a top-quality beef producer in Japan. It has become recognized for its authentic Maezawa beef specifically. Ogata farmers raise roughly 800 calves per farm and offer cattle a stress-free environment, including letting the herd sleep uninterrupted. In addition, Ogata breeders feed their cattle a nutrient dense diet that also includes local beer, whiskey, tofu, honey, and soy, which adds a delicate sweetness to the beef.

“Ogata Farm Maezawa Beef is truly the holy grail of steaks,” said Michael Coggins, co-founder of Holy Grail Steak Co. “We are beyond excited to be the first and only company to be able to offer this incredible beef exclusively to our American customers. This collection is in line with our commitment to delivering the most exquisite-tasting steak from small farms across the globe, and the beef is exceptional in every way.”

Holy Grail Steak Co.’s Ogata Farm Maezawa lineup includes ribs, strips, and filets, starting at $129. Holy Grail Steak Co. offers these cuts in both A4 and A5, with A4 being the meatier of the two.