|Origin||Korea (1969), P. pyrifolia Chojuro x P. ussuriensis (Chungsil)|
|Tree||Medium vigour, upright, productive, susceptible to fire blight, very hardy after juvenile stage. Ovate leaf with attenuate tip, medium serrations|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid season, pale pink stamens, abundant pollen, self-incompatible, WBC, Hosui.
|Fruit shape||Uniform roundish, not so conical around stem as Niitaka, large.|
|Skin and flesh||Greenish tan to tan, tough relatively thick, surface russeted, lenticels conspicuous. White flesh, sweet, texture firm, crisp and juicy but coarse with more stone cells than Shin Go, soluble solids 14%, excellent flavour, one of the best.|
|Harvest||Late, just after Niitaka, 171-179 days after full bloom.|
|Storage||Good, up to five months.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.