Kobe beef cow

[English] plural Kobe beef cows or cattle

The most famous Japanese meat. Kobe is a city near Tokyo, but the term "Kobe beef" applies more to the method of raising rather than the geographical origin of the cattle. Kobe beef cattle are pampered, massaged and fed on a special diet, including beer, to keep the animal constantly relaxed and lazy. This, of course, contributes to the cost.