These Japanese grapes sold for $11,000 — and that’s not even the most expensive fruit ever

Now that’s berry expensive taste.

A bunch of 24 Ruby Roman grapes sold for $11,000 at a Japanese auction on Tuesday, NHK World Japan News reported. Takashi Hosokawa, who manages a chain of hot spring hotels on the northern cost of Honshu island, was the winning bidder who set the record for the most expensive single bunch of grapes ever sold.

“It is a great honor to be able to be able to own Ruby Romans from Ishikawa prefecture in the first year of Japan’s new era of Reiwa,” Hosokawa told NHK World Japan News. “We are going to treat our customers with these grapes at our hotel.

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