I nearly choked when my dad showed me Kyoho grapes in a Japanese supermarket at Liang Court costing $89 per kg. Normal grapes from China cost about $6 per kg. Who in the right frame of mind would spend so much money on GRAPES? So happened that there was this Japanese Food Festival at Harbourfront, importing these grapes at $33 per kg. Surely I must buy some to sample. Well, it's much bigger than normal grapes, with skin that's translucent bluish-black. The skin separates easily and it's really succulent. Imagine poking a straw in and sucking the juice. Of coz it's not possible but you get the idea. hahaha.. And it taste like Qoo grape.. At normal price, each grape cost close to $2. Crazy isn't it.. Japanese..