Cube-shaped watermelons are on display at a store in Tokyo Midtown. The melons come from an agricultural cooperative in Zentsuji, Kagawa Prefecture, which ships about 600 nationwide, with a price tag of 15,750 yen. The melons are grown this way by being put into cubes of translucent plastic while still on the vine. The idea was originally to make it easier for them to fit into refrigerators.© Japan Today
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