Bunch of grapes breaks record in Japan selling for $ 8.200.

The Ruby Roman grapes, prized for theire sweetness, and low acidity perfectly round shape, weve won at auction by chef Masayuki Shirai of Hotel Nikko Kanazawa, reports the Wall Street Journal. The bunch weighed in at just one-and-a-half pounds and contained only 26 grapes-- EACH making tiny orb is worth about $ 315.

Hirai Japan's national broadcaster NHK Told That the staples will be used for a special dessert at the hotel's restaurant over the last few next days.

This particular breed of staples Was Developed over 14 years, first appearing on the market in 2008. They continue to break auction records EACH year, according to WSJ.

In Japan, the first batch of produce is to bring good luck Usually Considered sound Often it attracts higher-than-market value Prices at auction. The first crop of specialty grapes from this year's harvest started shipping out to stores Thursday and clippings Usually for about 25,000 Yen ($ 206), depending on the quality.

Last year, a bunch of Ruby Roman sold at auction for $ 5.200.

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