Bento is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. A traditional bento holds rice or noodles, fish or meat, with pickled and cooked vegetables, in a box. But, this bento is a bit different and intended for real meat lovers. No room for vegetable side dishes here.
A Japanese Company is selling cow-shaped wooden box full of 10 pounds of wagyu beef from Tottori Prefecture, which was recently rated as the highest-quality beef in all of Japan by the Wagyu Registry Association.
Prime rib, sirloin, brisket, tongue, and more are perched atop sticky rice sourced from the same prefecture and served alongside raw wasabi, lime, and yakiniku sauce, which is made from Asian pear.
This special delivery item will set you back around $2,800 after sales tax.