|Origin||Japan (1972), P.pyrifolia, Yakumo x Kosui.|
|Tree||Vigorous, upright, susceptible to fire blight. Broad ovate leaf with attenuate tip, small neat serrations.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid to late season. Chojuro, Shinseiki, Yakumo, Kosui, Nijiseiki. NOT Shinsui.
|Fruit shape||Round oblate, medium large.|
|Skin and flesh||Yellowish green clear skin, does mark easily. Fair to good eating quality, juicy and sweet, excellent texture, medium sugar and acid.|
|Harvest||Ripens similar or slightly earlier than Kosui, early, 115-125 days after full bloom|
|Storage||Poor to medium storage.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.