Square Watermelons In Japan: Where Being Square Is Considered Cool
The Japanese have done it again. They turned what is normally considered a delicious round-shaped melon into something you would see on the shelf at an art fair. Yes square watermelons do exist and you'll be surprised on why the Japanese love them so much!
Japan's Designer Art In The Fruit World
The watermelons grown into the shape of a cube using plastic mold. Some say that the growing them as a cube was meant so that they fit nicely into a fridge, but is hard to believe as they bring such a high price in Japan. They are often very expensive and sold more as an ornamental novelty rather than due to its quality in taste.
Would you buy one?
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