Families have gathered at an agricultural park in southwestern Japan to harvest grapes that are said to have the longest bunches in the world.
The variety called Nehelescol produces big bunches that can be as long as 90 centimeters and weigh 3 kilograms.
The harvest season has come for the fruit at Ruru Park in Kitsuki City, Oita Prefecture.
Participants carefully chose their bunches, as only one is allowed per person due to the limited number of grapes.
A mother with two children from Oita City said the grapes were sweet and refreshing.