World's Most Expensive Fruits 

26/ MAY  /2023

Yubari King Melon: 

Grown in Japan, these melons are known for their exceptional sweetness and are often sold in pairs. Prices can reach up to $45,000  per pair.

Densuke Watermelon: 

Grown in Hokkaido, Japan, these rare black watermelons have a unique sweetness. They can cost around $250  per melon.

Ruby Roman Grapes: 

These grapes are known for their large size and unique flavor. In Japan, they are auctioned and can fetch prices of up to $10,000 for  a bunch.

Dekopon Citrus: 

A sweet and seedless variety of mandarin orange from Japan, Dekopon can be priced at around $80 for a  few pieces.

Sembikiya Queen Strawberries: 

These large and exceptionally sweet strawberries from Japan can cost around $22  per strawberry.

Pineapples of the Lost Gardens of Heligan: 

Grown in the UK, these pineapples are nurtured using traditional Victorian techniques and can cost approximately $15,000 each.

Square Watermelon: 

Grown in Japan, these watermelons are specially cultivated to be square-shaped, making them a novelty item. They can be priced at around $100 per watermelon.

Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes: 

Grown in Japan, these mangoes are known for their extraordinary taste and texture. They can be priced at around $3,000 per mango.

Buddha Shaped Pears: 

Grown in China, these pears are carefully molded to resemble Buddha statues. They can cost around $9  per pear.