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  • (upbeat music)

  • - Welcome to a new episode of Worth It One Stop.

  • It's a new show where we try foods that are

  • uniquely worth it in their own worth it ways.

  • This is Rie.

  • - Hi.

  • - Today we're gonna be trying out some expensive grapes.

  • How expensive?

  • We were gonna buy $1,000 grapes but we found out

  • somebody actually bought them in the last 24 hours.

  • So we can't get 'em anymore.

  • That's crazy.

  • - Yeah.

  • - So it's worth it to somebody.

  • What would you say are the main differences between

  • American grapes and Japanese grapes?

  • - We don't eat the skin.

  • - What?

  • - We peel the skin and eat the fruit inside.

  • - Interesting. - Oh.

  • You know what else is in peak season right now?

  • - What's that?

  • - Cicadas. Oh my gosh.

  • Walking through a garden and they're just like.

  • (whining noise)

  • - Yeah, it's their garden.

  • - Okay. Nature's beautiful.

  • I'm not gonna be a hater going in.

  • - You don't have grape expectations?

  • - Ooh, nice.

  • - That's actually good one.

  • (laughter)

  • - Thank you, Rie.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - I think - Whoa, is that an apple?

  • - Yeah.

  • - Oh. Look at the spots.

  • - This is my favorite thing.

  • This melon.

  • The way that the stem is perfectly straight like that.

  • - Rie, do you have like a favorite fruit?

  • - Peach in Japan.

  • It's like bigger, juicier.

  • - [Steven] Those look like butts.

  • - And now here are the grapes.

  • They're just like really big.

  • Don't touch.

  • - Wait I can't touch this?

  • - No. No touching.

  • (speaking in foreign language)

  • - Can you tell us a little bit about

  • the culture of fruits in Japan?

  • (speaking in foreign language)

  • Why are these grapes so expensive?

  • This is not normal, right?

  • What makes it so expensive?

  • (speaking in foreign language)

  • - Boom.

  • - That is a present.

  • It looks like an award, too.

  • It actually makes a lot of sense.

  • Getting a gift of fruit for somebody.

  • If I'm gonna buy, you know, my girlfriend

  • a gift, and I get her flowers,

  • they're beautiful but she can't eat them.

  • - So you're never going to buy

  • your girlfriend flowers again?

  • Only fruit?

  • - If, you know, yeah.

  • No. That's not true.

  • Sorry, no.

  • 1,000 grams.

  • - This is a very nice box.

  • Can I keep this box?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • The key component of giving a good

  • gift is the package it comes in.

  • Yeah. - Sure. It's like a joke.

  • You can't just deliver the punchline.

  • - Right.

  • - You gotta give it setup.

  • - You can't just throw a grape at someone.

  • You gotta bring it in a nice box.

  • - Throw the box at 'em.

  • - It's a nice wood smell to the box.

  • - Good feel.

  • May the unboxing commence.

  • - You have a little.

  • - It's like buying an iPhone with the manual.

  • - It's like a certificate.

  • - And here's how you turn it on.

  • - How do you say grape?

  • (speaking in foreign language)

  • Oh my god they're so heavy.

  • I like this bag.

  • It's a breathable bag on the bottom.

  • They're very firm too.

  • - It's like holding a baby. - [Woman] Can I hold it too?

  • - Oh, yes. - [Woman] Is it heavy?

  • - It's not the size of a baby.

  • - [Steven] Small baby.

  • - Oh, yeah.

  • - Oh my god.

  • Look at how perfectly lined up those grapes are.

  • - These are the grapes in video games

  • that you jump up and eat and they give you a new life.

  • Let's eat.

  • - [Andrew] Whoa.

  • - [Woman] Nature is beauty.

  • - Hold on, I gotta get a picture of this.

  • Just me and my grapes.

  • - Can you peel this?

  • - Sure.

  • (oohing)

  • - [Steven] Look at it.

  • Just take off. Yeah.

  • - One, two, three, four.

  • 32, 33, 34. 35 grapes.

  • - So each grape is $57.

  • (laughter)

  • - The inside is so special looking.

  • Oh it's dripping with juice. Adam.

  • - Segoi.

  • - Cheers.

  • - Cheers. - Cheers. 3, 2, 1.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Holy crap.

  • Like without a doubt, okay.

  • It is the best grape I've ever had.

  • - Can I have another $57 grape?

  • It's crazy. It kind of tastes like plum flavor.

  • - That was crazy.

  • - This one looks especially plump.

  • Oh yeah.

  • - 57 more dollars.

  • It's a little disorienting.

  • - Inside. - Putting a grape

  • this big in your mouth.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I've never had grapes with two bites.

  • - Right.

  • - But it's like three or four bites.

  • - The firmness is so pleasing, too.

  • Just like the structural integrity of the whole bunch.

  • It's like I'm lucid dreaming eating fruit.

  • - This was really cool.

  • It is very expensive.

  • If I gave this to my girlfriend,

  • she would probably cry from joy.

  • (laughter)

  • $50 plight right there.

  • - That was the juiciest one.

  • The ones at the bottom were the juiciest.

  • - [Steven] How is it?

  • (slow instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Oh yes.

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20万円もする日本のブドウとはどんなもの!?($1,977 Japanese Grapes)

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    erikayokoyama   に公開 2020 年 09 月 21 日
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