Japan's Ultra Early Cherries Go On Market

YAMAGATA, JAPAN – JAN. 4: Ultra early cherries are grown in glass houses here in Japan's fruits paradise and they are ready to go on market. The variety is one of Japan's most expensive edible cherries called Sato-Nishiki which are usually picked in the early summer. Farmer Kazuo Hanawa, 66, in Tendo city, in fruit-growing prefecture of Yamagata, northern Japan, is the 'inventor' of this early harvest. A box of cherries weighing 300 grams are sold for tens of thousands of yen (several hundred dollars) for high-class gifts.


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Collection: Kyodo News
Date created: 04 January, 2016
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Location: Tendo, Yamagata, Japan
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