In 1990, 16 fruit-shaped bus stops were built for the International Garden and Greenery Exposition, a six-month travel expo which attracted over 23 million visitors in Osaka, Japan. The sweet concept was later adapted by locals of Konagai, a small village in Nagasaki, Japan, and 25 years later, the fruit-shaped bus stations are still functional and appear to be in great condition. The larger-than-life bus stops have become a popular attraction for tourists to snap their epic Instagram pictures. Read on to see the freshest watermelon, cantaloupe, strawberry, and orange-shaped bus stations that will inspire your next vacation destination ahead.
You'll Want to Book a Flight to Japan to See These Sweet Fruit Bus Stops
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