Unknown in origin, although the variety has been cultivated in Japan for quite some time.
The tree is small to medium in size with an irregular form and no thorns. Low density of greyish green leaves.
Very low pollen viability. Parthenocarpic and self-incompatible variety.
Fruit weighs approximately 60-90 grams and is flat in form with a light orange colour and a very juicy pulp. Seedless and very easy to peel,
it ripens early. Harvested in the first season (around October-January). May be de-greened. Reaches a certain degree of internal maturity when the skin is still green. Soil featuring high levels of lime should be avoided. Production is spurt and abundant. Adapts to all regions. In comparison to other citrus fruits, the variety is highly resistant to the cold.