Meet the YouTuber who’s been making musical instruments out of produce for 11 years

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Anything can be a musical instrument if you try hard and believe in yourself.

Case in point: Junji Koyama, a prolific YouTuber and elementary school teacher who has been making flutes and horns out of produce — yes, fruits and vegetables — for over 11 years. Koyama records himself playing a song on each of his instruments, which range from carrots to radishes to, in one case, a dandelion stem. 

They all sound great, because he is a genius.

Below, for example, is an ocarina made from a carrot (with leaves). “Lightly Row” has never sounded better, including when you played it at your third grade recorder concert.

If you seek a more religious experience, here is “Amazing Grace,” which Koyama plays on a slide whistle made from a cabbage.

And who can forget the fruit? Please enjoy “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” on an orange ocarina, as well as another rendition of “Lightly Row” (song of the summer!) on an adorable papaya melon.

Occasionally, Koyama ventures outside the realm of produce. Once, for example, he made an ocarina out of a tube of toothpaste, and in 2009, he provided the internet with a vital how-to on making an egg flute.

But fruit and veg are his bread and butter — and thank god, because these videos make me want to eat more carrots and learn how to play an instrument. A self-improvement miracle!

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