|Origin||Japan (1915), P. pyrifolia, Amanogawa x Imamuraaki.|
|Tree||Medium to low vigour, very upright, high production, susceptible to fire blight. Large round leaf with attenuate tip, small serrations with long points.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Early. Ya Li, (Chojuro if blossom advanced), maybe Hwa Hong, has little and infertile pollen, questionable with Hosui.
|Fruit shape||Round, conical around the stem, stalk in small ridged basin, very large.|
|Skin and flesh||Russeted. Good eating quality, medium-high sugar, medium acid.|
|Harvest||Late, similar to Hwa Hong, 155-170 days after full bloom.|
|Storage||Medium, up to five months?|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.