The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we do many things in our lives, with activities that used to be the norm now either not taking place at all or being done in a socially-distanced way.
Now, the latest activity to fall prey to this is strawberry picking.
Strawberry fans in Japan will soon be able to experience all the joys of picking their own berries without risking catching COVID - or even leaving their car at all.
That's all thanks to a pop-up fruit picking site under Tokyo Tower, right in the heart of Japan's capital.
The idea was dreamed up by the Saga Prefecture's Japan Agricultural Cooperative and will be open just two days, January 15 and 16.
Visitors will drive through a tent filled with the berries giving them the chance to take their fill of berries and check out some other pop-up shops on offer.
The experience costs 2800 yen (NZ$38) for adults and 2400 yen(NZ$32) for children, and organisers promise all precautions to protect against the spread of COVID-19 will be taken.