The first noticeable Bekko was accidentally bred in the mid-1800s when the Japanese were breeding Sanke (a Bekko is essentially a Sanke without the red markings). Whilst similar in colour to Shiro Utsuri, Bekko koi have a white base with isolated black (Sumi) markings on the body. With their blemish-free snowy white heads and pectoral fins, Bekko are renowned for their simple patterning, and are also available with Doitsu and Gin Rin scale variations.

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Check out our blog post with previous examples of what we have had in the last few years

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