Bekko comes from the breeding of Taisho Sanke. Although Taisho Sanke and Bekko are categorized as different varieties at koi shows, they are actually brothers and sisters. Bekko have only black and white colors with no red (Hi) pattern and is of a simple stepping stone pattern.
How to Judge Bekko
The Shiroji (white) is supremely important. It should be pure white with no blemishes, and only beautiful Sumi markings. There should not be too much Sumi or too little. The Sumi on the front and rear section can create a perfect balance but there should also be Sumi in the middle so there is no fault.
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