[Watermelon] SUIKA

Japanese watermelons are mainly cultivated in round shape, and the contents are red flesh. Many people make watermelons in Teshima, and in the summer you can eat sweet watermelons that have been exposed to plenty of sun.

In Japan, there is a competition called Suikawari, in which a challenger who is blindfolded on a sandy beach breaks a watermelon with a stick, relying on the voices of the surroundings. Please try it at the beach in summer.

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