Adan Fruit in Okinawa

Adan Fruit

Adan Fruit

Adan trees are a common sight along the beaches of Okinawa. They seem to tolerate the salty soils and buffeting winds better than almost any other plant. At first glance, the adan fruit is often mistaken for a pineapple. I don’t know any people that eat it, but it does seem to be a popular treat with the island’s crab population.

About travel67

Travel writer and photographer living in Okinawa, Japan
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One Response to Adan Fruit in Okinawa

  1. oyabunbaba says:

    Beautifull photos, you’re lucky to be in okinawa! (^_^) PEACE

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