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Japanese farmer grows first heart-shaped watermelon in the world
Kimura’s heart watermelons are a product of years and years of research. And not only do they have that unique shape, Kimura’s heart watermelons also taste good, as his customers and even the farmer himself would testify. People say that the heart watermelons have a crunchy consistency that gives way to pleasantly sweet juices. Upon eating of the melon’s red flesh, one is left with a mellow sweet aftertaste that lingers on the palate. Kimura himself says that the taste was better than he had imagined. When asked what his motivation was for his dedicated work, Kimura’s answer is as simple as it is heartwarming. “I want my customers to eat something delicious,” Kimura explains.
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