|Origin||Japan (1959), P. pyrifolia, Kikusui x Wasekozo.|
|Tree||Medium to vigorous, moderate productivity, susceptible to fire blight and pear blast. Broad oval leaf with attenuate tip, medium serrations.|
|Chilling requirement||Moderate, about 600 hours, more than Hosui.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid to late season. Hosui, Chojuro, Nijisseiki. NOT Shinsui.
|Fruit shape||Oblate, medium.|
|Skin and flesh||Partially russeted, golden yellow to tan, attractive, tender, may crack a bit after heavy rain. Excellent eating quality, tender, very juicy, high sugar, low acid|
|Harvest||After Shinsui, before Nijiseiki, early, 125-135 days after full bloom|
|Storage||Medium storage, up to two months at least|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.