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KOI FISH INVENTORY

Welcome to our exceptional collection of koi fish for sale, where we take pride in offering the finest specimens for your pond. Our commitment to quality ensures that you’ll find only the best koi fish in our inventory.

Asagi

Asagi are characterized by 1) a blue or indigo body, and 2) red at the base of the pectoral fins.

Bekko

Bekko have only black and white colors in simple stepping stone pattern. There are no Hi (red) marking.

Doitsu

Doitsu are German carp that are scale-less. Depending on the type of Doitsu, there may be scales along the lateral

Ginrin

Ginrin indicates the group of koi varieties that have diamond scales on the entire bodies.

Goshiki

Goshiki was created in 1918 by breeding Asagi with Kohaku koi and truly shows a rainbow of colors. The black, blue

Hirenaga

Hirenaga koi are the butterflies of the water, and are known for their graceful, flowing fins. The long fins and tail

Kawarimono

Kawarimono are nonmetallic koi that do not fit in to a class of fish like the others do. This is a broad variety of koi

kikokuryu

Kikokuryu is essentially a metallic Kumonryu, a koi with shiny Platinum skin and fins with deep Sumi colors

Kohaku

It has been said that koi keeping begins and ends with Kohaku. In any variety that contains red patterns

Koromo

Koromo are excellent koi and one to stand out. Koromo, means clothes or robe in Japanese and have a beautiful

Ogon

Ogon, meaning gold, belongs to the Hikari Muji group. An Ogon is a solid-colored metallic koi, from silver to gold

Platinum

Platinum koi can grow to be jumbo and are most treasured when they have a beautiful solid metallic shine

Showa

Showa are beautiful koi, with colors of white, red, and black painted across their bodies. Showa are one of the Gosanke

Shusui

Shusui was the first Doitsu variety of koi and are one of the only two blue koi! They are a Doitsu (scale-less)

Taisho Sanke

Taisho Sanke were developed from Kohaku about 80 years ago in 1918 in the era of Taisho.

Tancho

Tancho are loved for many reasons including their resemblance to the Japanese flag and ability to stand out

Utsurimono

The base of their body is sumi (black), and utsuri means “reflection”. There are three beautiful varieties of Utsurimono

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