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  • Marudo

    Marudo

    Training at Dainichi Koi Farm for 18 years, he took over his fathers farm, Marudo Koi Farm. Being very much familiar with every character of Dainichi bloodline and its parental Kois and basing on the line, he has tried to develop more beautiful Nishikigoi.


    Well, I learned the importance of "body conformation." Another thing is to be particular about "hi." Then, there was no such thing as color enhancing food. So, we concentrated on making better hi quality, redder hi, thicker hi. By all means, we were crazy about body conformation and hi. The body conformation is the body line. Unforced and relaxing body conformation was what we were looking for. When koi with good body conformation swims, the posture is breathtakingly beautiful. Every koi hobbyist will feel the beauty beyond description. Nishikigoi also has a beauty as it swims in schools. But we breeders pursue the ideal body conformation in an individual koi. It is ideal when we look at the body conformation and feel good about it.


    Real Koi means what many people celebrate. I think there are two criteria for Real Koi to be recognized by many people. First is "a big koi." The second is "a beautiful koi." The beauty means body conformation, quality, and pattern. Every celebrated koi in the past has unforgettable pattern, coloration, and body conformation. I want to breed koi that will remain in everybody’s heart.

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  • Tdashi Iwashita

    Tdashi Iwashita

    Mr. Iwashita became involved in the production of Nishikigoi after having experienced a variety of professions. He focuses on the production of Koi that cannot be seen at other Koi farms; he has created new varieties such as Ginrin Asagi and Ginrin Shiroutsuri. His concept is “a complete lineup;” he currently produces more than eighty varieties and maintains a unique approach towards Nishikigoi.

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  • Hirashin

    Hirashin

    Hirashin Koi Farm is founded in Niigata in 1959. Mr. Hirasawa breeds mainly Showa, Goshiki, Ginrin, Hikari Mono and Utsuri Mono. Hi Utsuri is his specialty.

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  • Hiroi

    Hiroi

    Hiroi Koi farm has been in business for over 85 yrs. The farm is ran by twin brothers now but the father still watches over the operation with a close eye.

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  • Otsuka

    Otsuka

    Mr. Otsuka’s Asagi took the Category Grand Champion at the 34th and 35th All Japan Combined Nishikigoi Show, which established his reputation as an Asagi breeder. In speaking with Mr. Otsuka this October season he will be focusing on Goshiki Showa and Tancho Goskiki. His Goskiki have taken many awards in the “Goshiki Category” at various Koi shows.

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  • Yamasan

    Yamasan

     Manabu Yamazaki runs the koi farm along with his father. They produce very nice  Doitsu Hariwake, Yamabuki Ogon and Platinum Ogon as well as many butterfly koi.

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  • Fukushima

    Fukushima

    NNBC has a large holding facility with many holding tanks and ponds. They specialize in many rare and hard to find varieties.

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  • Marusho Tanaka

    Marusho Tanaka

    Marusho koi farm started by Mr. Tanaka some 40 years agao and now ran by his son Makato Tanaka. One of the older koifarms located in Yomogihira village. They have about 15 sets of parent koi and over 60 mud ponds.

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  • Torazo Koi Farm

    Torazo Koi Farm

    Mr. Tsuyoshi Kawakami has vague idea about this Torazo lineage because it lived during his father’s generation. But from little he could gather, these much he could tell… he remembered one of the famous koi which Torazo have produced is the one owned by one Mr. Shozaburo Sato of Oita. This koi which is a Taisho Sanshoku, won the Kokugyo Prize at the 7th Shinkokai All Japan Show.

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  • Kiyoshi Kase (Koshiji Koi Farm)

    Kase

    Each Niigata breeder has strong characters and their own unique policy. Some breeders pursue the beauty of Nishikigoi with an emphasis on Gosanke (Kohaku, Taisho Sanshoku (Sanke) and Showa), while some are always challenging to create a new variety. The breeders at Koshiji Koi Farm commit to creating a wide variety of Koi, and their ponds are always filled with color. They are the original creators of Ginga and Benikumonryu and play a significant role in stabilizing new varieties.
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  • Aoki

    Aoki

    Mr. Aoki came into the koi industry by storm.  He has focused his breeding to unusual varieties such as the development of Kikokuryu and Beni Kikokuryu.


    Mr Aoki was born in Iketani of Yamakoshi Village.  Given his birth place Mr. Aoki grew up in the heart of the koi world

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  • Hosokai

    Hosokai

    In 1992, Mr. Minuma was breeding good Kuro Goshiki. I got a female from him. And I got a male from Mr. Aizawa. My koi are originally from the Kuro Goshiki family. So it tends to get dark all over the body. Please look at Picture 2. This is a parent. As you can see, it is a dark koi; its offspring also tends to darken its hi pattern. It took me a while to remove this. I tried to remove the black and improve my koi.


    At the All Japan Nishikigoi Show, there is a title for Best Koi in each variety. To win the title, koi must be at least 75-80 cm (30-32in). For koi to grow that big, I have to introduce the character to koi. I have Benigoi that grows more than 1 m (40in). I am planning to introduce the blood of this Benigoi so that all Goshiki can grow bigger.


    Absolutely. I pass my techniques to my sons. My sons hand it over to grandsons. So in the Nishikigoi industry of Niigata, those techniques from the ancestors have been transferred over the generations. This is the reason why Niigata can breed the most beautiful Nishikigoi in the world.


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