Do you consider yourself a steak connoisseur? If you haven't enjoyed a cut of Japanese "A5" wagyu, you might need to correct that—but it will cost you.

The term "wagyu" essentially mean "Japanese cow," of which there are four breeds. The "A5" distinction is the highest grade given to a cut of Japanese beef, and is known for its buttery texture and the detailed marbling of the fat. 

If you're in the New York City area, you can head over to the Old Homestead Steakhouse, which has been serving up high-end beef since 1868, and order a 12 ounce cut of A5 wagyu for a cool $350. It's worth it and is truly a steak lover's dream.

So, if you're reading this, and are about this steak life, either start saving some of your paycheck now, or pull out the black card and charge it to the game. 

Get even more info on Japanese A5 wagyu steak via First We Feast's Food Skills up above.