Medium early, large-fruited Japanese pear, one of the most popular Nashi varieties with an excellent taste.
Crossing: (Kikusui x Yakumo) x Yakumo, 1972
Vigour: trees grow abundantly, branching well
Blossom: cross-pollinate variety, needs another apple pear for pollination. It is also a good pollinator for all other Nashi varieties.
Fruit: firm, large, average weight 200 grams, flat spherical with a long and firm stem. Peel smooth, basic color yellow with bronze-golden coloring when ripe, firm and dry. Low tendency to fruit cracking. The fruits are excellent for fresh consumption, but also for processing into jams, compotes or spicy winter salads.
Pulp: white to yellow-white, crispy while juicy with a fine consistency. The core is small, contains some small black seeds.
Taste: sweet, slightly acidic, aromatic
Harvest season: ripens gradually from mid-September, storage in the refrigerator is possible for up to 4 - 5 months
Location: warm and medium locations with sufficient moisture
Disease Resistance: resistant to leaf spot disease (Alternaria Kikuchiana), low susceptibility to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora)
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