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Tajima cattle (但馬牛 Tajima-ushi or Tajima-gyu ) are a type of black Wagyū cattle in Japan. Many Tajima cattle are born in Hyōgo Prefecture and raised as stock for famous beef such as Kobe beef and Sanda beef.
Tajima cattle have been fed from old times in Tajima Province. In the Shoku Nihongi, it is written, "The Tajima-ushi is fit to cultivate the fields, to carry burdens and to eat." In ancient times, people fed Tajima-ushi in their own houses.
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