Japanese art has never looked quite as beautiful as when it’s made out of Japanese beef【Photos】

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel


Ukiyo-e meets wagyu in this culturally culinary crossover.

Ukiyo-e paintings became Japan’s most iconic artform not just because of their beautiful aesthetics, but for their woodblock printing production method. By pressing a series of stamps onto the paper for layer of color, ukiyo-e could be made efficiently in large quantities, which in turn let them be sold at prices where you didn’t have to be a member of the aristocracy to own one, thus fostering an appreciation for art among the common people of feudal Japan.

But here comes a brand-new, arguably even more clever way to make

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