Very popular for Japanese koi ponds, the Bekko are a common koi with a solid white non-metallic body and randomly appearing black spots usually appearing on the top of the koi. The Bekko will never have a pattern that reaches the head area. Rare Bekko koi may have sumi that wraps around the bottom half of the koi. Shiro Bekko are a spin off breed of the Sanke koi. The difference between the two breeds are that the Bekko are without red. Bekko koi come in three varieties of color a white with black called the Shiro Bekko. A redish, orange color with black spots is called the Aka Bekko and the Ki Bekko is the yellow with black spots.