(jee' kah sahn)
|Bred by me. Used to differenciate from
Nishikigoi purchased from other breeders.
(jeen' bay san' syow coo)
|Taisho Sanshoku (Sanke) bred by Jinbei.
It is a highly respected and established lineage, as
||Term to indicate the highest class of
Nishikigoi. Usually used to describe a group of high-class
Tosai. Tyuppa describes a group of middle-class Koi,
and Zappa describes a group that is the lowest class
||Small Sumi dots, appears on varieties
with Sumi, indicates poor quality, a fault.
|Jyami Zumi(ja' me)
||Many tiny dots of Sumi. Also called Jyari
(gravel) Zumi or Goma (sesami) Jyami. The dots do not
coalesce to form large Sumi spots, so the dots appear
as dirty specs which make the Koi appear undignified.
The dots can occur on both Hi plates and Shiroji, and
lower the Koi's value. Jyami is the group of small Sumi
spots. Shimi is a single dot.