Grown in Japan, these strawberries are renowned for their size, taste, and quality. A single strawberry can cost over $100, making them one of the most expensive varieties in the world.
Grown in Japan's Miyazaki Prefecture, these mangoes are highly sought after for their exceptional taste and quality. They have been known to sell for thousands of dollars per fruit.
These watermelons are cultivated in Japan and are famous for their unique square shape. They are considered a luxury item and can cost several hundred dollars each.
Served at the Arnaud's Restaurant in New Orleans, these strawberries are cultivated to be extremely large and are marinated in a special red wine sauce. They are priced at around $9,000 per plate.
Grown in China, these pears are meticulously shaped to resemble small Buddha statues. Their unique appearance and limited production make them expensive, with prices ranging from $8 to $14 per pear.
Also called Sumo Citrus, these large, seedless, and sweet oranges are primarily grown in Japan and California. They are often priced at a premium due to their exceptional taste and limited availability.
Grown in the UK's Lost Gardens of Heligan, these pineapples are nurtured in special greenhouses. The limited supply and high demand result in prices exceeding $1,000 per pineapple.
Grown in Japan, these melons are known for their perfect shape, sweetness, and tenderness. They can fetch incredibly high prices, with a pair once selling for over $20,000.
Cultivated in Ishikawa, Japan, these grapes are known for their size, juiciness, and intense sweetness. A bunch of Ruby Roman grapes once sold for over $11,000.
This rare black watermelon is grown in Hokkaido, Japan. Only a few dozen are harvested each year, and they can sell for several thousand dollars each.