Here is the Japones Pepper  also known as the Yatsufusa (Yatzy) pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville Units: 15,000 ~ 75,000. The Japones Pepper originates from Japan and is widely used in Szechwan dishes and is often referred to as chilies Japones. This chili is similar in appearance to the Chile De Arbol. They grow in upright clusters of 5 to 6 at the top of an 18 to 24 inches tall bushy plant. This pepper variety is quite productive producing hundreds of pods per plant! Delicious in sauces and stir fries but we prefer to dry them out and use as a flake. Open pollinated 80 days after transplant.
Here is the Japones Pepper  also known as the Yatsufusa (Yatzy) pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville Units: 15,000 ~ 75,000. The Japones Pepper originates from Japan and is widely used in Szechwan dishes and is often referred to as chilies Japones. This chili is similar in appearance to the Chile De Arbol. They grow in upright clusters of 5 to 6 at the top of an 18 to 24 inches tall bushy plant. This pepper variety is quite productive producing hundreds of pods per plant! Delicious in sauces and stir fries but we prefer to dry them out and use as a flake. Open pollinated 80 days after transplant.
Here is the Japones Pepper  also known as the Yatsufusa (Yatzy) pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville Units: 15,000 ~ 75,000. The Japones Pepper originates from Japan and is widely used in Szechwan dishes and is often referred to as chilies Japones. This chili is similar in appearance to the Chile De Arbol. They grow in upright clusters of 5 to 6 at the top of an 18 to 24 inches tall bushy plant. This pepper variety is quite productive producing hundreds of pods per plant! Delicious in sauces and stir fries but we prefer to dry them out and use as a flake. Open pollinated 80 days after transplant.

Japones Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Japones Pepper also known as the Yatsufusa (Yatzy) pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville Units: 15,000 ~ 75,000. The Japones Pepper originates from Japan and is widely used in Szechwan dishes and is often referred to as chilies Japones. This chili is similar in appearance to the Chile De Arbol. They grow in upright clusters of 5 to 6 at the top of an 18 to 24 inches tall bushy plant. This pepper variety is quite productive producing hundreds of pods per plant! Delicious in sauces and stir fries but we prefer to dry them out and use as a flake. Open pollinated 80 days after transplant.

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