Study Tategoi Koi

The Study Tategoi for Konishi Koi Farm is back and growing even more! Along with Konishi's popular Karashi (scaled and scaleless) and Shusui, we're happy to also offer their Kujyaku as a part of this promo. This offer ends November 12, 2019.

Great pricing for Study Tategoi

Normally Breeder Konishi's koi sell high, but with the Study Tategoi program (where koi are randomly selected for you) you can affordably get top-tier young koi to enjoy and grow big over time.

  • $149 for a Karashi
  • $99 for a Kujyaku 
  • $89 for a Shusui

Qualify for special shipping rates

Get several koi regardless of variety to save on shipping fees (charged separately). Buy:

  • 1–2 koi to ship for $69
  • 3–4 for $49
  • 5 or more for FREE shipping

Important: These koi will be shipped from November 12–20, 2019. When you check out online, please choose a shipping date within that time frame. For Canada koi lovers, shipping to Canada is unavailable at this time (sorry!).

Get 'em while you can because there will be only about 80 Karashi (scaled and Doitsu scaleless), 65 Shusui, and—new this year—65 Kujyaku. Note: for the Karashi, you can request for either a scaled or Doitsu scaleless koi; but we cannot guarantee its availability.

 

Select a combo of Karashi, Shusui, and Kujyaku! Buy 5 or More for FREE SHIPPING!

Konishi Karashi Study Tategoi - $149 / Koi

Karashi have definitely put Konishi Koi Farm on the map. It's no exaggeration that every Karashi produced by other breeders have Konishi’s Karashi bloodline.

The Karashi tategoi for this promo were born in 2019 and are 4–6 in (10–15cm). About 80 will be in stock, but get yours quickly because they're quite popular.

They can grow big (like in the video above) and have friendly personalities.

Above are the Karashi parents. Karashi female is a whopping 44.5 in (113 cm), and Karashi male is 37.4 in (95 cm).

NEW Konishi Kujyaku Study Tategoi - $99 / Koi

The Konishi's Kujyaku in this promo are tategoi born in the spring of 2019 and are currently about 4–6 in (10–12 cm).

Breeder Konishi shared that their parents have 25% Karashi bloodline in them, meaning these offspring are likely to grow big and develop lovely fukurin (net-like scale pattern) with time.

About 65 will be in stock initially; so buy yours ASAP.

Above is an example of Breeder Konishi's Kujyaku tategoi.

Above are the Kujyaku parents. Kujyaku female is 35.4 in (90 cm), and the Kujyaku male is 23.6 in (60 cm). 

Konishi Shusui Study Tategoi - $89 / Koi

Koi champions have come from Breeder Konishi's Shusui. The Shusui in this promo are tategoi born in the spring of 2019 and are currently about 4 in (10–12 cm).

About 65 will be available for purchase; so dive in while you can.

Above is an example of Breeder Konishi's Shusui 

Above are the Shusui parents. Shusui female is 31.5–33.5 in (80–85 cm), and Shusui male is 27.6 in (70 cm).

Testimonials about previous Konishi Study Tategoi

Here are great testimonials from some of the buyers from 2017's Konishi Study Tategoi (koi were originally 4–6 in long). The owners were kind enough to share pics of their Karashi and said the koi are growing big and are super friendly.

Tyson B.'s Karashi from Konishi Koi Farm

It's going good. About 24” now.

Tyson B.

They are actually growing like weeds. I had 4, 2 scaled and 2 doitsu. We have already rehomed one of the scaled ones. It was the runt of the bunch and a paler color (not quite as yellow and seemed to not be growing as fast) They came to us as maybe 6 inches and I'm guessing are now in the 14-15 inch range. They are also pretty friendly and always the first to come up the stream to be fed.

Jackie A.

Steve Z.'s Karashi from Konishi Koi Farm

The larger of my two Karashi is now 25” long and has been a really fun fish to watch grow. Due to it’s voracious appetite and willingness to eat out of the hand it has become a family favorite!

Steve Z.

Ryan Q.'s Karashi from Konishi Koi Farm

The Konishi Karishi is 17. 5 inches. I grew him in heated stock tank over the winter then had him in the main pond only measured him now they are very friendly and eating out of my hand.

Ryan Q.

Awards won by Konishi in the 47th All Japan Koi Show

Konishi Koi Farm is well known for its Karashi and Shusui koi varieties, and their koi have numerous awards in koi shows. Here are some of their champions below from the 47th All Japan Koi Show.

Breeder Konishi holding a Karashi

What is the “Study Tategoi” program?

There are many ways to study koi. A lot of videos and articles are available on the Internet. You can have knowledge on the koi variety, breeder, how they may develop, etc.; but you can never get the experience online.

In order to fully understand koi, nothing is better than raising them yourself in your own pond.  Only by raising these koi in your pond, can you see the color, quality, and how they will grow and develop their beauty. As a hobbyist, you want to get this experience with minimal investment.

Study Tategoi program offers this experience at an affordable price. At Study Tategoi program, we select the breeder of a group of fine quality tategoi (future koi). By offering them randomly picked, Kodama Koi Farm can keep the cost low for you; and you get to enjoy a high-demand bloodline with confidence in quality.

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