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YAKIDO 八木戸鶏

A rarity even in Japan



 

The Yakido is a breed very much like a small Shamo, black in colour, with a weight between the Chu Shamo and the Nankin Shamo. An average weight would be around five to six pounds (2.6kg top weight) for a male bird.

 

They were bred originally as sparring partners for the training of Shamo. With the Yakido being smaller and lighter in weight, this would give confidence to a young Shamo.

 

There have been some Yakido in UK and Europe, but they seem to be impossible to find now – and they are rare in Japan.

 

 

 


 

 
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