Akoya baby pearls Carefully do not damage very small nuclei (2 mm to 3 mm) to Akoya oysters (mother oysters) It takes a lot of time and effort to put it in. (Because they are made using traditional special techniques, only a limited number of craftsmen can make them.) It takes more time and effort to produce than normal size Akoya pearls. When it comes to good quality baby pearls, only a small amount can be obtained Now only a few companies are producing them. Production has decreased year by year and it has become rare.