In the first picture, you can see the parents of our Xenz Kohaku bloodline. The mother, which previously has a 7-Step Pattern, is now already in her 6th year of breeding. The biggest strength of this bloodline is the huge variety of drawing or pattern. Among the offsprings, there are infinite numbers of Inazuma, Nidan, Sandan, Yondan in adddition to Maruten or Kuchibeni Pattern. Obviously, pattern is normally the Number 1 attribute for koi hobbyists when choosing koi. This is because, unlike other koi qualities, pattern could be seen and noticed even from a distance.
Aside from the pattern, Xenz Kohaku also shows other good qualities of Kohaku variety . From the age of Tosai, the offsprings already show good Beni and skin quality that will last even when they grow over 80cm in the next 5 years. Many Xenz Kohaku also have a very good growth potential. As you can see on the pictures above, those are some Nisai Xenz Kohaku that grew up to 55-60cm before becoming 2-Years-Old.
In 2014, the breeding of Xenz bloodline was again a success. After the third selection at the end of September 2014, we were able. The best 80 to 100 will be raised in the mudpond. The rest will then be sold as tosai and Jumbo Tosai in the Spring of 2015.
Original Article by Konishi Europe GmbH. Translated by Seiryuu Koi Carp.
Today, we want to introduce you our Lisa-Lisa Shusui Bloodline. In addition, we will not change the name of this bloodline.
Do you have a Konishi Shusui in between the age of 1 to 6-Years-Old? If yes, then the Jumbo Hana Shusui on the above picture is definitely your Shusui’s mother and the other 2 are the fathers as all our Shusui were bred using those 3 parents. For the last 6 years, this bloodline has produced about 600 Nisai, 200 Sansai, over 50 Yonsai and few tens of older Shusui which Konishi keeps and considers as Tategoi from year to year.
It’s truly such an honor and happiness for a koi breeder to be able to get a large number of outstanding and internationally recognized descendants through 1 set of koi parents. Thus, we are very thankful and will not change this combination of Shusui parents for breeding, as well as the bloodline’s name. Only when we can no longer work with this set of parents, we will then consider a new name for the bloodline.
Some of our customers' award-winning Lisa-Lisa Shusui:
Original Article by Konishi Europe GmbH.
Translated by Seiryuu Koi Carp.Read More