4,000 yen off-season watermelons
Watermelons produced by hothouse farmers in Ueki, Kumamoto
Prefecture, southern Japan, head to the market Feb. 19. All the
10,000 watermelons collected in Ueki were screened by specially
designed sugar sensors to determine the sweetness grade before
shipment. These off-season watermelons, each with a ''sweetness
mark'' stamped on the skin, fetch as much as 4,000 yen each at stores
in Tokyo and Osaka.
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- 1999/2/19 15:00:00
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