No, we are not talking about New York this time! This apple was discovered in 2005 at an orchard in Hirosaki City, Japan on October 24th, 2005 under the farming talents of Chisato Iwasaki. At a weight of about four pounds and one ounce, this massive fruit landed in the Guinness Book of World Records for the globe's heaviest apple. While the Fuji and Mutsu variety of apples tend to be on the large side anyway, this one emerged as the king of them all. An apple this big a day would keep the doctor away for years!