Here is a unique object for those fascinated by Pyramids and who love to snack on Watermelons. A farmer in the town of Tsukigata in Hokkaido has grown watermelons that are shaped like pyramids! It was grown by placing it in a specially-shaped plastic shell and hanging upside down. Sixteen of the pyramid-shaped watermelons have been shipped to shops across the country, including the Iwataya department store in Fukuoka. This unique watermelon measures about 25 centimeters high and costs a whopping 52,500 Yen ($555)! Definitely not an affordable fruit, this pyramid-shaped watermelon. However, if you wish to glance at it, you can check it out at the Iwatya store, where it will be kept for another month since it is not ripe.
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