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Hariwake Koi

HARIWAKE (hair-ee wah-key)The Hariwake is a two colored metallic koi with a pattern. It should have a clean bright Platinum base with an interesting pattern of Hi or Beni (red-orange). When the pattern is yellow it is named Yamabuki Hariwake. This variety belongs in the Hikari Moyo class.

Hikari Moyo Koi (he-kah-ree moy-oh)
White Based, Multi-Colored Metallic Koi

Koi in the Hikari-Moyo group are very popular due to their sparkling platinum ground and abundance of pattern variations. They are koi with two metallic colors, Such as platinum and red. Like all koi in the Hikari groups, strong Hikari luster is essential. This is followed by bold, well defined patterns. Color patterns that are well balanced on the entire body are desirable.

Hikari-Moyo comprises all shiny koi except the Hikari-Muji and Hikari Utsuri types. These are: Hariwake, Yamabuki Hariwake, Platinum Kohaku, Gin Bekko, and Kikisui. Those that have two metallic colors and sumi are: Kujaku, Doitsu Kujaku, Yamato Nishiki, Tora Ogon and Hariwake Matsuba. Also included in the Hiari Moyo class are metallic Shusui, which is called Kinsui, and the Shochikubai, a metallic Ai Goromo. learn more at https://www.kloubeckoi.com/hikari-moyo-koi/

The Hariwake is one of the most common koi you’ll find in most retail stores, mainly because it’s relatively easy to breed and is very popular

Hariwake has a shimmery white, metallic Platinum background with vibrant patterns of orange or yellow. This is one of the most common koi you will see for sale

Hariwake (HAH ree WAH keh) Koi fish are a two-color fish with a platinum white metallic base and either yellow (Yamabuki) or Orange pattern overlaying. Hariwake Koi should have a bright white platinum base and a clear white head. … The color pattern should balanced with clear defined edges.

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Doitsu Hariwake koi

Doitsu Hariwake This yellowand-silver koi has symmetrical mirror or “Doitsu” scaling on either side of the dorsal fin.

Doitsu Hariwake are like a Kikusui, but they have a metallic yellow pattern instead of a metallic red one. Look for one with a nice Kohaku pattern and snow white

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it has scales then it’s just called an Orinje (Orange) or Yamabuki (Yellow) Hariwake. In my opinion, the most beautiful, desirable, and brightest

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the young hariwake should I choose now (light creamy or darker mango color) to achieve the true lemon color when the koi matures later.

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The bright, luminous white of Hariwake differs from the softer, matte-white of Kohaku and Sanke. Hariwake with a bright yellow pattern are commonly referred to as Lemon Hariwake. The color pattern should balanced with clear defined edges.

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Kin-GinRin (keen-geen-leen) is a reference to a koi’s scale type rather than the variety of koi, and literally means ‘golden silver reflective scales. … The Gin Rin scales appear golden when they cover red pigment, or hi

What is a Hariwake koi?

The Hariwake is a two colored metallic koi with a pattern. It should have a clean bright Platinum base with an interesting pattern of Hi or Beni (red-orange). When the pattern is yellow it is named Yamabuki Hariwake.

How long does it take for a koi to grow?

about 3 years
Koi Growth Rates
In general, a koi fish takes about 3 years to get to its maximum length. However, smaller types of koi do grow faster, potentially able to reach full size in 2 years or less. Your average koi should reach about 8 inches in length after the first year, typically speaking.

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Author: Giovanni Carlo

I am a koi fish keeper and breeder a husband of beautiful wife Maybel and beautiful daughter May Carl I have been in fish keeping hobby for over 35 years. Like many kids in the 80's We catch fish in the rivers and canals and kept it in the "pasong" local visayan name for pond. or a large mayo bottle since We don't have aquariums yet on that time. decades later their is a small petshop open in my place and that starts me from buying aquarium and fishes that are sold in the pet store decades later start growing goldfish and koi fish until today.

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