This is “Isa”


This is Isa

variety

  • Showa
    We pursue wild, dynamic Showa that gradually develop its sumi and body structure by aging.
  • Kohaku
    Our Kohaku inherit Kagura and Sensuke bloodlines. We focus on building a good body structure similar to the Showa.
  • Sanke
    Not to mention the body structure, but bright beni (red pattern), clear shiroji (white skin) and glossy large condensed tsubo sumi (critical sumi) are what we go for.

winner

All Japan Combined Nishikigoi Show

This show is the largest of its kind in Japan and can be considered the world show. Koi lovers from Southeast Asian countries, the United States, Europe and other countries from around the world exhibited their valuable Koi at this show.

the 44th All Japan Nishikigoi Show Mature Male Grand Champion the 44th All Japan Nishikigoi Show Mature Male Grand Champion Kokugyo Male 70Bu the 44th All Japan Nishikigoi Show Mature Male Grand Champion Kokugyo 55bu The 41th (2010) Kokugyo Prize 85th division Showa
The 44th (2013)
Mature Male Grand Champion
Showa
The 44th (2013)
Kokugyo Prize
70th male division

Kohaku
The 44th (2013)
Kokugyo Prize
55th division

Showa
The 41th (2010)
Kokugyo Prize
85th division

Showa
The 38th (2007)Kokugyo Prize Jumbo male division Showa  The 30th (1999) Kokugyo Prize 55th male division Showa The 29th (1998) Kokugyo Prize 50th male division Showa
The 41th (2010)
Kokugyo Prize
85th division
Showa
The 38th (2007)
Kokugyo Prize
Jumbo male division

Showa
The 30th (1999)
Kokugyo Prize
55th male division

Showa

Nogyosai Nishikigoi Show

This show is held in Niigata, the birthplace of Nishikigoi. The highest ranking Niigata Nishikigoi breeders got together and brought their Koi to compete.

The 50th (2010) Overall First Prize over 80th division<br /><br />
Showa The 50th (2010) Division Overall Prize over 80th division<br />
Showa The 49th (2009) Runner Up over 80th division Showa The 45th (2005) Division Overall Prize 65th division Showa
The 50th (2010)
Overall First Prize
over 80th division

Showa
The 50th (2010)
Division Overall Prize
over 80th division

Showa
The 49th (2009)
Runner Up
over 80th division

Showa
The 45th (2005)
Division Overall Prize
65th division

Showa
The 45th (2005) Division Overall Prize 75th division Showa The 43rd (2003) Division Overall Prize over 80th division Showa The 36th (1996)Division Overall Prize  65th division Showa The 35th (1995) Division Overall Prize 55th  division Showa
The 45th (2005)
Division Overall Prize
75th division
Showa
The 43rd (2003)
Division Overall Prize
over 80th division
Showa
The 36th (1996)
Division Overall Prize
65th division
Showa
The 35th (1995)
Division Overall Prize
55th division
Showa
Division Overall Prize 65th division Showa
The 34th (1994)
Division Overall Prize
65th division
Showa

All Japan Combined Young Nishikigoi Show

This show is one of the three major Koi shows held in Japan along with the All Japan Combined Nishikigoi Show and Zen Nippon Airin Kai Japan Show and is famous worldwide. Young Koi below 63 cm (25.2 inches) with great potential were exhibited.

the 30th(2013) All Japan Young Combined Show 53bu Kokugyo Prize Showa Sanshoku the 30th (2013) All Japan Young Combined Show 48bu Kokugyo Prize Showa Sanshoku The 27th (2009) Adult Koi Overall Prize 58th Division Showa The 26th (2008) Kokugyo Prize 43th division Showa
The 30th (2013)
Kokugyo Prize
53th division

Showa
The 30th (2013)
Kokugyo Prize
48th division

Showa
The 27th (2009)
Adult Koi Overall Prize
58th Division

Showa
The 26th (2008)
Kokugyo Prize
43th division

Showa
The 16th (1998) Kokugyo Prize 18th division Showa The 14th (1996) Division Overall Prize Baby division Showa
The 16th (1998)
Kokugyo Prize
18th division

Showa
The 14th (1996)
Division Overall Prize
Baby division

Showa

Kanto Koshin regional Nishikigoi Show

Kanto Kinwa Club’s regional Nishikigoi Show

Regional Nishikigoi Show in Saitama Prefecture

The 34th (2006) Overall First Prize Showa<br /><br />
The 30th (2005) Overall First Prize Showa  The 24th (2003)Overall First Prize Showa<br /><br />
The 34th (2006)
Overall First Prize
Showa
The 30th (2005)
Overall First Prize
Showa
The 24th (2003)
Overall First Prize
Showa
Provided by Kinsai Publication (Gekkan Nishikigoi)
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