These meticulous citrus fruits are renowned as “iyokan” or Japanese Summer Oranges and they don’t generally have five sides.
Farmers have been trying to turn these pentagon orange dreams into actuality for a pretty few years and with the foreseeable success of these pentafruits the farmers are now planning to sell a limited batches at local fan fares.
The fruits attain their five-sided shape via the help of molds placed around the oranges while they’re still young.
As the fruits continue to grow, it takes on and maintains the shape of this form, which is a pentagon shape.
Making these specialty oranges does take up too much time, but how well they sell could determine if the farmers will continue to produce these five sided fruits.