Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Japanese Grape Cluster Sells For $2,250

Last year, a cluster of Ruby Roman Grapessold for $900 US dollars. If you think that was ridiculous, this year’s first bunch which were auctioned off for an astounding 210,000 yen or $2,250!
Fruit is an expensive commodity in Japan and is considered a gift of great luxury.
The wealthy consider it a sign of prestige to pay exorbitant prices for high-end fruits, especially the very first ones of the year.

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