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A bunch of grapes sold for $10,700

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Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

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A participant in a tender held in Ishikawa Prefectural Park in central Japan bought a cluster from the Japanese delicacy grape variety, Roman Rubi, for a total of ¥1.5 million (about $10,700). This was reported by the NNK television channel.

It is noted that the bath tub was made by the representative of the company that owns the network of domestic hotels. The president of Cyprus has said that the the grains of the precious grape, which are only 27 in number, will be a special order for hotel guests.

The song ” Roman Rubi” was created by the Japanese collection in 2008. Its scarlet fruits with a thin skin are as thick as ping-pong balls, and their red consistency is full of sweetness, perfect for this fruit.

According to the standard, the share of the rent must be at least 18% of the elite group’s membership. That’s why in Japan, “Roman Rubi” is used as a popular choice among lovers of cold delicacies.

B In Japan, some Japanese fruits are much more valued, and their price can exceed several thousand or even tens of thousands of dollars.

In 2019, two melons from the “Yubari” variety, distinguished by their orange color and delicate fruit, were sold for 45,000 dollars.

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