|Origin||Japan, old variety, P. pyrifolia, Wasesankichi.|
|Tree||Vigorous, very productive, susceptible to fire blight. Roundish leaf with attenuate tip, medium serrations.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid-late. Chojuro, Nijisseiki, Hosui, partly self-fertile.
|Fruit shape||Very large, turbinate or globular, calyx may be persistent.|
|Skin and flesh||Russeted, dull greenish brown to tan brown. Moderate quality, medium high sugar, high acid, firm, sweet.|
|Harvest||Very late, 195-210 days after full bloom|
|Storage||Good, 6-7 months.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.