Akebia quinata (Chocolate Vine or Five-leaf Akebia) is a shrub that is native to Japan, China and Korea. The flowers are chocolate-scented; the fruits are edible.
This unusual looking fruit with the unusual name hits the tastebuds with real impact – a delicious burst of the tropics in a tiny delectable fruit. Named for the region in Indonesia from which it originated, the Keledang is similar in structure to the Jakfruit, although vastly different in size. The Keledang grows to about a maximum one kilo.
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Akebi, the Japanese fruit is a mysterious and beautiful fruit native to the north of Japan. The Akebi fruit will burst open naturally when fully ripe showing the translucent white flesh inside, filled with countless white capped shiny black seeds which can be eaten.