The 2010 is ending . . .


We have launched this blog on 2010 and it is about to have new year soon. Thank you very much for your attention and warm voice through homepage. 2010 was very memorial year for me. On March, we hopefully had first boy. In autumn, we could have honorable prizes. We will do our best to breed Nishikigoi which makes you happy and enjoy. Thank you very much and hope you have a good new year.

What a bloodline, Kagura Kohaku










As for the previous posts, we are proud of those who led the two Kohaku to achieve the grand champions at the Nishikigoi shows. Both Kohaku are the first children of Kachi Kohaku which is one of our main Oyagois. The Kachi Kohaku inherited Kagura bloodline was fondly bred by Kachi Koi Farm. We were given in the Koi and were able to breed the grand champions. They have such a beautiful Shiroji and ability to grow large. Even though they have various types of hi, Each one is very attractive. The other 5-year-old siblings also have potential to be a dynamic Nishikigoi as they already sized from 77cm to 85cm. We never know what Kachi Kohaku is capable of…

The 38th Kanto Koshin Regin Koi Show

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We would like to congratulate Mr. Katsuo Shibayama who awarded the grand champion at the 38th Kanto Koshin Regional Nishikigoi Show with another Kohaku bred by us. Mr. Shibayama purchased this Kohaku from us 2 years ago when it was 3 years old. He has been taking good care of the Koi to grow into an amazing 5sai Kohaku, 85cm, and eventually it received the title of the grand champion. It couldn’t have done without Mr. Sibayama’s technique of keeping Nishikigoi. We appreciate his efforts, and again congratulations for achieving the deserved honor.