|Hi on Asagi cheeks.
|Yakko Hi(yah' cow hee)
||Leading Hi. Yakko means "leading
man of a daimyo's precession line." Hi in the gill
area that is only seen on Asagi and Shusui. The term
occurs because Koi with these markings resemble the face
makeup of a leading man of a daimyo's procession line.
Hi on both gills is called Ryo Yakko, Hi on one side
is called Kata Yakko. The optimal Yakko Hi forms a horseshoe-shaped
pattern that has white in the middle.
(yah' ma boo key oh' gone)
|Metallic yellow Koi, Yamabuki means bright
(yah ma' tow knee' she key)
|Metallic Taisho Sanshoku (Sanke).
||Four, a Yondan Kohaku has four Hi plates.
||4 years old.
(yo t-sue she row)
|Yotsu means "four", Shiro means "white." Four
white parts. Nishikigoi who's only white is on the nose,
the pectoral fins, and the tail fin. It is often seen
in the Karasugoi family and Hikari Mujimono.