I've been waiting for so long for a day when Niitaka nashi (pear) are sold at a special price, and such a day has finally come. Today, I have bought two Niitaka nashi for 198 yen each, each measuring 11 to 12 cm in diameter. The sugar content is 12 or greater, as the stickers say.
Edited to add this photo:
I really like niitaka nashi because of its mild sweetness and crispy texture.
October 9, 2009
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According to the food prices you inform, I guess that life in Japan is very expensive.
Mehmet Ergun: Thanks for your comment. I don't know where you live (I can't see your profile), but I can assure you that Japan is one of the most expensive countries in the world.
I live in Turkey. By the way I will complete my profile asap.
I love nittaka nashi though I didn't know it's name :)
I just love nashi because to me it's like an apple and a pear :) the best of both worlds.
Jessica: You mean you can get Niitaka nashi in Salt Lake City?!
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