I often complain about expensive fruit in Tokyo, but if you buy carefully and stick to the usual suspects, it’s less painful. That collection on the left was ¥1000. (¥1026, to be precise.) That’s about 8-ish pounds, euros, dollars. It was cheap because I bought it at my local mom-and-pop store, and the bananas (the cheapest fruit in Japan to start off with) were ripe and offered at a discount. That little watermelon is the cutest – small enough to fit on a side plate, perfect for solitary souls. PS: If you add grapes or peaches or any fruit NOT in that photo to your list, best visit your bank for a loan first.