Sold in Sembikiya flagship store in Tokyo and throughout Japan, the black skinned, stripeless Watermelon is reported to have special type of sweetness. Grown exclusively on Japan's northernmost island, Hokkaido, only a 100 of them are farmed each year. The most expensive one ever sold was a whopping $6,100 dollars at an auction, making it the priciest watermelon in the world.
Ruby Roman Grapes
A Ruby roman grape in japan have been sold for $5,400 per bunch since producers aim for the "perfect balance of sweet and juicy."
Buddha Shaped Pear
The Buddha Shaped Pear is one of the most expensive fruit that cost 9 United States dollars for one small pear. According to some reports , this idea of cultivating Buddha statue shaped pears was conceived by Xianzhang Hao who created these little pears in his farm in China. The process of growing these pears differ from the naturally growing, as they are grown in moulds which gives them a Buddha statue shape.
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