Yamamatsu Koi Farm otherwise known as Matsunosuke, won the championship at the All Japan Combined Nishikigoi Show in 1955 for his Taisho Sanshoku (Sanke). Sanke became the trademark of Matsunosuke. Currently, many breeders use Matsunosuke’s Koi as Oyagoi, and a Matsunosuke genealogy brand was established.
Koi Varieties Bred: Taisho Sanshoku
The Yamamatsu Koi farm, also as Matsunosuke admits, has a history of 80 years. But only the today's owner, Toshiyuki Sakai, intensively operated the Koi chterei. Its father had let some Nishikigoi in the own rice fields swim only, which led then by the run of nature to the Vermehrung more selbiger.
After conclusion the junior High School busy itself Toshiyuki Sakai then seriously with the breed of beautiful Koi. It converted some rice fields to ponds and bred first Yamabuki Ogon and Aigoromo.
Within 3 years Toshiyuki Sakai could achieve first successes and decided thereupon to breed Taisho Sanshoku. But to its surprise the Sanke was not expected as largely as. To the mating with a female Koi of its brother, who likewise maintained a Koi farm, it folded then finally and the Sanke grew up up to the desired length. But in relation to the length of the body the Koi was too thin. In addition, this problem knew Toshiyuki Sakai by the crossing of its Sanke with 1.3 m is enough for Magoi to solve.
Later a Sanke from this brood won some years the 1. Price on the universe Japan Combined Nishikigoi showa. Since then the name Matsunosuke Sanke is a term with Koiliebhabern and breeders. Further continuous improvements in the breed procedure of the Sanke and the cooperation of Toshiyuki Sakai's son, Toshiaki Sakai, led to the fact that the Yamamatsu Koi farm became world well-known and counts today the prominent breed farms of the Sanke.