Welcome to 2019’s first Open House on Saturday, January 12 from 9–11 am! We’re excited to be featuring a new arrival: rare Tamasaba goldfish from Breeder Kaneko. Below is a video of them, and they’re currently around 2-3 in. long:

Tamasaba goldfish are a rare ornamental goldfish from Japan bred by Niigata breeders. They are hardy and can grow large for goldfish—up to 10 inches. Their bodies are round with arched backs and long, flowing tail fins; and they have solid red and white skin patterns.

They can live in the same pond as your koi! And they eat the same food, too. If you own koi already and want to add a new ornamental fish species easily, try a couple Tamasaba goldfishes.

Come visit us Saturday, January 12 from 9–11 am and learn more about this month’s koi

Stop by the farm to enjoy the beauty of these and other living jewels! You’ll find a unique koi that you can take home for your pond.

  • Get beautiful koi from Japan with prices starting from $35–$50 each from breeders: Marudo, Kawakami, Omosako, Dainichi, Maruhiro, Isa, and more
  • Buy high-quality koi food: Manda FuHi SilkColorUp, and All Season

As always, you can get advice from our koi experts and see how we care for koi.

For more info, contact us at (808) 354-7031 or email us at info@kodamakoifarm.com.

Note: sturdy shoes are recommended because some areas are rocky or slippery.

Ask our farm manager and koi experts any questions and meet other local koi enthusiasts!

See our living jewels up close! See how we care for and grow them.

Getting to the farm

The easiest method is to click the Google Maps button. Unfortunately our physical address will not work when typed into map apps or GPS devices, possibly because we are located on an agricultural park.

Get Google Maps directions

Driving directions on the farm—step by step

Below are detailed driving directions to and through Mililani Agricultural Park:

Driving Directions H-2

  1. From South, take the Mililani 15B exit.
  2. From North, take the Mililani 5 Exit, and keep right.
  3. Stay on Meheula Pkwy until it ends at a T-intersection.
  4. Cross the intersection slightly to the left into the agricultural park driveway (look for the “Mililani Ag Park” sign).

Driving Directions Kamehameha Highway

  1. From South, turn left on Meheula Parkway.
  2. From North, turn right on Meheula Parkway.
  3. Stay on Meheula Pkwy until it ends at a T-intersection.
  4. Cross the intersection slightly to the left into the agricultural park driveway (look for the “Mililani Ag Park” sign).

Below is the entrance to the Mililani Agricultural Park.

Mililani Ag Park entrance

At the guard shack, tell the guard that you are visiting Kodama Koi Farm.

Guardshack

Then keep right at the 1st intersection.

1st intersection

Make another right at the 2nd intersection.

2nd intersection

Follow the road making a slight left at the 3rd intersection.
Southern Turf Hawaii will be on your right.

3rd intersection

When you see tent-covered koi tubs, you’ve arrived!

Kodama Koi Farm destination