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Dumpling squash is small in size, averaging 10-12 centimeters in diameter, and is round, slightly flattened and caved in at the top of the stem end. The thin skin has a creamy white base and depending upon maturity, is mottled with green, yellow, and orange vertical striping. There are also bold, scalloped, lobes outlining the squash, giving it a miniature pumpkin appearance. The light orange to gold flesh is firm and moist with a central, hollow cavity that contains stringy pulp and many flat, hard, cream-colored seeds.
Kabocha is hard on the outside with knobbly-looking skin. It is shaped like a squat pumpkin and has a dull-finished, deep-green skin with some celadon-to-white stripes and an intense yellow-orange color on the inside.