Koi: japanese fish by Amanda18Sato

Japanese Koi Fish Art | Fish Stencils Koi Carp Stencil Interior Design
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Christian went to Japan in 1991-1993 and traveled around assisting in Secondary English education from Osaka to Niigata. During his time in Japan he was mentored by some of the bigger Koi farm families and received plenty of hands-on experiences donating time on the Koi ponds. In exchange for the labor, cleaning, and maintenance time, Christian was given a wealth of knowledge about humanity, himself, and the art Koi fish.
110 Best Japanese Koi Fish Tattoo Designs and Drawings - Piercings Models
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Aquaculture Background: Fascination in the chemistry of water since 12, always with a pond or fish tank nearby. Traveled through the majestic hills of Japanese Koi farms in the Niigata region and learned the zen teachings not so common in US Koi keepers. japanese watercolor | Large Koi Fish Painting - Chinese Character & Japanese Kanji ...
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Koi fish are originally from Japan. Scientific name Cyprinus carpio. Commonly known in English as (Japanese Carp). The word koi comes from Japanese, simply meaning (carp). Koi fish groups are well-known by coloration, patterning, and scalation. Some of the major colors are red, black, white, blue, cream and yellow. The most popular category of koi is the Gosanke, which is made up of the Kohaku, Taisho Sanshoku, and Showa Sanshoku the groups of the different patterns on the fish. They are part of the Japan culture. The one thing to note is, Koi fish usually out live their owners. In fact, Koi fish are often passed down from generation to generation in Japan. They can live up two 200 years and even longer in some cases.The Japanese Carp or Koi fish will not harm any injured fish, if you have any other injured fish place them with the Koi fish for rehabilitation. This assumes the injured fish isn't very much smaller and not a fighter. make sure the other fish are not sick either.It is an important pond fish, that has a big following in the world. Breeding Koi fish is by taking the best looking ones and breeding them, to get pure and healthy and the best looking as they can. The Koi fish that are most prized come from Japan where they were first cross bred many years ago from the common carp.varieties of domesticated common carp that originated in Japan. They are kept for decorative purposes in outdoor ponds with very clean, oxygenated water and plenty of shade (the fish are susceptible to sunburn!). There are over 100 varieties of koi, which can be red, white, black, yellow, brown, gray, and green, and many combinations thereof. Koi resemble oversized goldfish and, in fact, koi and goldfish are both types of carp. Goldfish were later introduced to Japan, home of the koi carp, in the 16th century, then spread to Europe in the 17th century.Japanese koi fish, known as Nishikigoi in Japan, are the national fish of Japan. These "colorful carp" in shades of white, yellow and all red, originated in what is now known as Iran.