Variety to have originated in Japan in 1914 by means of a seed of the Miyagawa variety. Inroduced in Spain by the Valencian Agricultural Research Institute National Citrus Quarantine Station in Moncada by means of a collection of Concorida varieties (Argentina).
The tree is not particularly vigorous, but is still more vigorous, erect and green than the (early) Wasse Satsuma variety. Some thorns may occasionally appear on more vigorous shoots. Very low pollen viability. Parthenocarpic and self-incompatible variety.
The fruit is large and flat and taste quality is high.
Productive and very early variety. Tolerates transport and storage better than other satsuma varieties.