Our Story

It all began in 2007 with local distribution to renowned restaurants across the San Francisco Bay Area. After 10 years of distributing some of the finest meats to fine dining restaurants and high-end markets throughout the United States, we saw the opportunity to sell directly to the most gourmet and health-conscious of consumers.

It became apparent that many meat connoisseurs were not able to get quality meats at their local butcher shops, and many also could not get the transparency needed to know exactly where their food was sourced from. Through The Wagyu Shop, you are now able to access high quality meats from reputable and trustworthy farmers and suppliers. Our focus is on the famous Wagyu beef genetics and quality husbandry provided by quality producers.

Prized for its excellence, flavor, and eating experience, Wagyu beef and other rare breeds have been gaining popularity in the US. We hope to share these experiences with you by providing the highest quality ingredients for your next eating excursion with friends and family. Our wide selection of Wagyu beef will impress all your guests at your next event, whether that be your famous 4th of July barbecue or your loved one's birthday. 


Our commitment to quality

At The Wagyu Shop, we value honesty and integrity both in our food and our suppliers. Everything that flows through The Wagyu Shop must meet or exceed our strict standards. We pride ourselves on working with smaller farms and ranchers who focus on raising their quality herds humanely. We don’t settle, and neither should you—quality is the foundation of our business.

We aim to satisfy your impeccable tastes by elevating your most special moments with the premium quality and superior genetics of Wagyu beef from the most reputable farms around the world.

If you have any questions, please contact us. It's our goal to provide you with as much relevant information as possible and to exceed your every expectation.

Our Meats

Our American Wagyu comes from various Wagyu ranches across the United States. The location we use varies by time of year, the demand for a specific cut, and the supply we have in stock. These suppliers are the same suppliers we use when providing product to our restaurants and have been vetted out by our industry experts. Quality is of utmost importance. The same applies for our Japanese Wagyu, except that the Japanese Wagyu comes from ranches located in Japan. Depending on the time of year, the Japanese Wagyu is imported via air freight or ship freight. We work with many ranches from the various prefectures in Japan, including Miyazaki, Kagoshima, and Hyogo.

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