Tuesday, November 14, 2006


We have many other articles printed on this very focus. Each one tackles a different facet of this multipart issue.
During the early 1900's, a new selection of koi was bent by the addition of sumi (black) markings to the central Kohaku examples of red and fair. This new selection was named Taisho Sanke and is also referred to as austerely Sanke or Sanshoku. The positioning of the sumi accentuates the beauty of the whole example.
Whether the sumi example is bold and expressive or meager and elegant, a absorbed varnish-like black is most needed.
The beauty of a Kohaku falsehood in the purity of it's fair body and the deepness and intensity of the red examples. The boundarys of the red markings should be chilly and vindicate against an unblemished fair background. This chilly boundary is referred to as the "kiwa".
Before we go an extra, lets take a second to appraisal what we have erudite so far about this amazing theme.

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