"Midrange" may sound like an odd descriptor for a small watermelon and a bunch of grapes that cost a whopping S$38 (US$28). each. But in the grand scheme of pricey Japanese fruit , this was relatively cheap, and possibly even low-end. They were both disappointingly rather unremarkable in taste too (those grapes, for instance, weren't as unique as Kyoho , and frustratingly had tiny seeds in them too), even if they were still much more consistent and delicate than your everyday cheap ones. The only thing that was kinda unique was the super thin watermelon skin, which was less than half a centimeter thick.