|Origin||Japan (1889), chance seedling of Mr Tatsujiro Toma. P. pyrifolia|
|Tree||Moderate vigour, spreading, susceptible to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora). Smallish ovate leaf, with medium serrations and pointed tips.|
|Blossom and pollination||Early mid season. Shinsui, Kosui, Nijisseiki, Hosui, WBC, partly self-fertile.|
|Fruit shape||Oblate, medium, easier to obtain good sized fruit.|
|Skin and flesh||Fully russeted, any scratch on skin turns black. Poor to moderate eating quality, rather tough texture, a bit gritty, high sugar, medium low acid.|
|Harvest||Matures with or just after Nijisseiki, mid season, 135-150 days after full bloom|
|Storage||Long, up to five months.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.