a deciduous tree, has long been cultivating materials for
traditional Japanese paper and grows wild in fields and mountains,
with gray-brown barks and yellow-brown lenticels. Current branches
have dense velvety hairs on them. Leaves are opposite; blades
measure 10-20cm long, 7-14cm wide, ovate, right-side and left-side
irregular, varying from no cuts to 3-5 deep cuts, with obtuse
serrations on margins. Surfaces have sparse short hairs and
backsides dense velvety hairs. Flowers are dioecious; male
inflorescence and female ones occur from the new branch's axils.
Fruit (multiple) is spherical, 2-3cm in diameter, matures in
orange-red in July-August. Bloom time: May-June.