|Origin||Japan (1927), P. pyrifolia, Taihaku x Nijisseiki, bred by A. Kikuchi|
|Tree||Medium vigour, upright, susceptible to fire blight. Long oval leaf with attenuate tip, very small serrations.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid to late season. Chojuro, Hosui, Kosui. NOT Nijisseiki, Kosui and Shinsui, partly self fertile.
|Fruit shape||Oblate but tends to be lopsided, medium.|
|Skin and flesh||Yellowish green, tender, cracks after heavy rain like Nijisseiki. Good to excellent quality, high sugar and acid.|
|Harvest||Mid season, 135-145 days after full bloom, similar to Nijiseiki time|
|Storage||Medium, up to five months.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.